Paul is originally from Vancouver, BC and moved to Quebec to pursue short track speed skating. During that time he attended Champlain College and then Bishop’s University. Paul has a wealth of experience in lacrosse having led multiple Provincial, Junior B and Senior B teams over the years. In 2015 he helped coach Team Canada U17 at the World Games where the team went undefeated. This past year he was named head coach of the 2021 Quebec Canada Games men’s team. Paul also delivers many NCCP field and box coaching clinics throughout Eastern Canada. In field Paul co-founded the Bishop’s team in 2000 with Damien Roy. While coaching Bishop’s the team played in three university national finals (Baggataway Cup) over 5 seasons. As a player Paul played Jr. A for Coquitlam and was a member of the 1993 Minto Cup finalist team. He captained the Bishop’s field team from 2000 to 2002. In his final year, the team’s first year as a full member of the university league, the team made the Baggataway Cup final only to lose a heart breaker in triple overtime. Paul took over the Champlain lacrosse team in September 2019. In his first season the team made the RSEQ playoffs. Paul currently lives in Sherbrooke with his wife Josiane and son Jérémy.
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