Height: 6'7"
Weight: 198
Year: Redshirt Junior
Hometown: Liverpool, England
High School: Cardinal Heenan Catholic
Other College: Saint Jac


Awards & Honors:

2018 All-Sun Belt First Team
Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Week for Sept. 11, 2018
Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Week for Oct. 9, 2018


Athletic Director's Honor Roll – 2019 Spring Semester
Athletic Director's Honor Roll – 2018 Fall Semester
Athletic Director's Honor Roll – 2018 Spring Semester

2018: Played and started in 19 matches to accumulate over 1,750 minutes in goal … Finished with a 10-6-3 record in goal and an unbeaten 2-0-2 record in conference play … Ranked second in the Sun Belt in goals against average (1.18), total saves (63) and shutouts (5) … Had a season-high six saves against Coastal Carolina (10/28) … Was the only player in the league to earn Defensive Player of the Week more than once in 2018 … His 1.18 goals against average is the fourth-lowest average in a season in GSU history … His five shutouts are tied for the fifth-most in a single season in program history … Finished the season in 10th place on the GSU career shutouts list.

2017: Did not see any action on the field.

2016 (Saint Jacinto College): Played in 22 matches to record 16 wins and six losses … Earned a 1.15 goals against the average and posted four shutouts … Helped the team to a 17-6-1 finish to win the NCAA Junior College South District and go to the NJCAA National Semifinals.

Prep: One-year letter winner at Cardinal Heenan Catholic High School in Liverpool, England … Also ran cross country/track … Earned the 2011 WKC English National Championship silver medal and the 2010 WKC English National Championship bronze medal in U15 kickboxing.

Personal: Paul Tyson was born on Dec. 27, 1996 in Liverpool, England … Son of Stephen and Maria Tyson … Has one older sister, Katherine … Intends to major in marketing.

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