Ethan Paul 10
Ethan  Paul

Bellevue, Wash.

High School:
International School

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 185





VU falls in Super Regional final

Dores rally but MSU strikes last in 10-6 Bulldog win


Commodores secure milestone win

Corbin becomes Vandy’s all-time winningest coach as Dores down Houston


Vanderbilt Weekly Baseball Report - Week 3

Commodores California-bound after Houston trip


Omaha Challenge - Day 1

Commodores open annual Challenge


Gillis, Kaiser lead Team Black to 5-4 win

Black and Gold Series ends with three straight Team Black wins


Vanderbilt vs. Duke

Vanderbilt opened the 2018 season against Duke at Hawkins Field on Friday afternoon.


Vanderbilt vs. Alabama (05-20-17)

Vanderbilt takes on Alabama in baseball on May 20, 2017


Vanderbilt vs. Austin Peay

May 2, 2017 - Photos by Joe Howell


Vanderbilt vs. Tennessee

Vanderbilt Commodores defeat Tennessee 1-0 Friday night at Hawkins Field.


Vanderbilt vs. Lipscomb

Vanderbilt takes on Lipscomb on Tuesday night at First Tennessee Park.

Career Game Highs
4, 2x, 6/4/16 vs. Washington
3, 9 times
7, 2/24/18 vs. UMass-Lowell
3, 3/13/16 vs. Xavier
2, 2x, last 4/17/18 vs. Evansville
3, 6 times
Stolen Bases:
2, 5 times

Coach Corbin Quote: Ethan is mature in most everything that he does… for that reason alone, I enjoy coaching him. He was able to find his way on the field regularly as a freshman at several different infield positions. He possesses good feet, soft hands and a strong instinct for the game. Where he really stood out was his bat. He quickly became a offensive threat with the ability to hit the ball to all fields. He is very serious about what he is doing and how he does it.

2018 - One of two players to start all 62 games, doing so at second base… Concluded the season having started 110 consecutive games at second base (Feb. 22, 2017-present)… Selected in the 26th round (pick 775) of the MLB Draft by the Pittsburgh Pirates… Finished second on the team in RBIs (44) and stolen bases (18)… Led the team in hit by pitches (14) and was third on the squad in home runs (10)… Helped turn 32 double plays while committing just six errors in 248 chances… Named to the NCAA Clemson Regional All-Tournament Team after batting .333 (3-for-9) with two RBIs and a home run… Belted a game-tying two-run homer on June 2 against Clemson… Struck a game-tying two-run homer during the ninth inning of the NCAA Nashville Super Regional (Game 3) against Mississippi State… Finished third on the squad with 10 multi-RBI games… Went 4-for-6 with a career-high seven RBIs while finishing a triple shy of the cycle against UMass-Lowell on Feb. 24… Produced an eight-game hitting streak from Feb. 23-March 4 and registered a base knock in 18 of the first 24 games… Struck three homers in his first nine games… Went 3-for-6 with four RBIs, three runs and a two-run homer against Austin Peay on Feb. 27… Belted two homers and went 3-for-3 with three RBIs and three runs against Evansville on April 17… Logged his first triple and went 3-for-4 with two RBIs at Missouri on April 21… Batted .417 (5-for-12) with the bases loaded and hit .411 (23-for-56) as the leadoff batter… Led the Dores with 35 RBIs and 65 total bases in 32 non-conference games.

2017 - Stole two bases, singled and scored in win at Clemson 56/5 Clemson Regional... Went 0-for-3 in loss to Clemson 6/4 at Clemson Regional... Picked up two hits in win over Clemson 6/3 at Clemson Regional... Went 0-for-4 in win over St. John's 6/2 at Clemson Regional... Singled in loss to South Carolina 5/23 at SEC Tournament... Went 0-for-3 with a walk and stolen base in tie against Alabama 5/20... Singled twice in win against Alabama 5/19... Drove in two runs and scored two more for the second game in a row in win vs. Alabama 5/18... Scored twice and drove in two runs in win over Middle Tennessee 5/16... Doubled in loss at Arkansas 5/14... Walked twice and singled in win at Arkansas 5/13... Smashed his fifth homer of the season with a two-run shot at Arkansas 5/12 as part of two-hit game... Went 0-for-4 in loss at Louisville 5/9... Scored twice and picked up a pair of hits in win vs. Missouri 5/7... Singled in five at-bats in loss to Missouri 5/6... Went 0-for-4 in win over Missouri 5/5... Drove in a run for the third time in four games in victory vs. Austin Peay 5/2 doubling in a run and scoring... Singled in a run in loss to Tennessee 4/29, hits in six of eight games since return from injury... Singled in win vs. Tennessee 4/28, hits in five of seven since return from injury... Matched a career-best with three runs in victory at Georgia 4/22 in second game of doubleheader going 2-for-4 with his fourth homer of the year... Went 0-for-4 in loss to Georgia 4/22... Went 0-for-5 in win at Georgia 4/21... Doubled and drove in three runs in win at Middle Tennessee 4/18... Singled three times in loss to Florida 4/15... Returned against Florida 4/14 after missing nine games with a broken nose to go 2-for-3 in win... Drove in a run for the second time in three games in win vs. Lipscomb 3/28... Struck out twice in loss to Texas A&M 3/26... Hit his third homer of the year as part of two-hit game vs. Texas A&M 3/25... Struck out twice and went 0-for-3 in win vs. Texas A&M 3/24... Scored twice and went 1-for-5 in win over Belmont 3/22... Doubled and scored in loss at Ole Miss 3/19... Went 0-for-4 in victory at Ole Miss 3/18... Doubled and walked at Ole Miss 3/17... Singled twice against Western Kentucky 3/14, hits in six of last seven games... Singled in win over Saint Mary's 3/12... Scored a run and singled in loss to Saint Mary's 3/12... Went 0-for-3 with a walk in win over Saint Mary's 3/10... Stayed hot with two more RBIs and a triple vs. Central Arkansas 3/8 to push total to seven RBIs over last three games... Singled in two runs in win over Central Arkansas 3/7 going 1-for-4 in win... Hit two home runs and drove in three runs in win over CSUN 3/5 matching a career-best with three runs scored... Struck out twice and went 0-for-3 in loss to CSUN 3/4... Matched a season-best with two hits and scored two runs in loss to CSUN 3/3... Walked and went 0-for-3 against SE Louisiana 3/1... Came off the bench as a defensive replacement in win over SE Louisiana 2/28... Went 0-for-5 with a pair of strikeouts against UIC 2/26... Walked and singled in win over UIC 2/25... Singled in loss to UIC 2/24... Knocked in a run for the second straight game in win over Evansville 2/22, starting at 2B for first time this season... Drove in three runs and matched a career-high with three runs scored as part of two-hit game at San Diego 2/19... Doubled and scored in win at San Diego 2/17... Went 0-for-4 on Opening Day as the team's designated hitter at San Diego 2/16.

2016 - Named a Freshman All-American by Collegiate Baseball... Matched a Hawkins Field record with three doubles as part of career-best four-hit game, scoring three runs in NCAA Regional loss to Washington 6/4... Singled twice and drove in a run in NCAA Regional loss to Xavier 6/4... Went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts in loss to Texas A&M 5/27 at SEC Tournament... Singled and scored in SEC Tournament loss to Ole Miss 5/26... Scored a run and singled in win over Texas A&M 5/25 at SEC Tournament... Went 0-for-3 with a run scored in SEC Tournament win over Missouri 5/24... Reached base twice on a single and walk in win against Auburn 5/21... Went 0-for-3 with two strikeouts in win over Auburn G2 5/19... Doubled for the fourth straight game as part of two-hit, two-run game vs. Auburn G1 5/19, stole home as part of triple steal in victory... Hit leadoff for the first time in his career in win over Morehead State 5/17 going 2-for-4 with two doubles... Doubled and scored in loss at Florida 5/15... Knocked in two runs with a double in win at Florida 5/14, six RBI in last three games... Went 0-for-4 in loss at Florida 5/13, starting fourth straight game as DH... Drove in a career-high four runs with a single and three-run homer in loss to Louisville 5/10... Struck out twice and went 0-for-4 in loss at Texas A&M 5/5... Scored a run and stole a base to help beat Western Kentucky 5/3... Drove in three runs in victory over Georgia 5/1, hitting his third home run of the year and adding a RBI-single... Singled and doubled in win over Austin Peay 4/26, driving in a run... Started his second game at DH this season going 1-for-4 in loss at Tennessee 4/24... Went 0-for-4 in win over Kentucky 4/16... Walked and went 0-for-3 in win vs. Kentucky 4/15... Drove in two runs and matched a career-best with three hits in win over Middle Tennessee 4/12, starting his first career game at 1B... Started his first career game as the DH in win at LSU 4/9 singling twice... Struck out a career-high three times in loss at LSU 4/8 making two errors... Scored a run in loss at LSU going 1-for-3 and making his third error in four games... Singled for second straight game in win over Lipscomb 4/5, hits in seven of last eight games... Scored two runs in win vs. South Carolina 4/2... Went 0-for-2 in loss to South Carolina 4/1... Recorded his second multi-hit game in his last three with a double and home run in win vs. South Carolina, RBI in three straight games... Scored a run for the sixth time in seven games in win over Belmont 3/29, singling in a run and stealing a career-best two bases... Matched a career-best with three RBI and set a new career-high with three hits in win at Missouri 3/27... Singled in win at Missouri 3/26, hits in four of last five games... Posted his second two-hit game in his last three at Missouri 3/25... Walked twice and scored a run in loss at Middle Tennessee 3/22... Collected two hits and scored a run in win vs. Mississippi State 3/20... Walked twice and singled in loss to Mississippi State 3/19... Went 0-for-4 in SEC opener vs. Mississippi State 3/18 with two errors... Hit his first career home run in win over NIU 3/15 driving in a career-best three runs... Walked a career-high three times in win vs. Xavier 3/13... Drove in two runs for third straight game in win over Xavier 3/12 with a double and triple while scoring a career-high three runs... Knocked in two runs for second straight game in win over Xavier 3/11... Earned first career start at 2B in win over Radford 3/9 going 1-for-3 with two RBI... Went 0-for-2 in loss at Stanford 3/3 in first game of DH... Scored a run and singled while coming off the bench to play 2B vs. UIC 2/28... Singled and stole a base in win over UIC 2/27... Started third game at SS going 0-for-1... Scored twice and singled in win against UT Martin 2/23... Struck out in lone at-bat off the bench coming into play 2B... Made his first career start in his collegiate debut against San Diego 2/20 driving in two runs and scoring twice... SUMMER BALL -  Named a Cape Cod League All-Star while playing for Orleans, hit .252 with three home runs and 14 RBI over 35 games.

High School -
Named an All-American in 2014 and 2015 by Perfect Game... 2014 All Area Code Games Team... Lettered three years in high school on the baseball team and earned one letter from the basketball team... Named 4A All-State infielder in 2014 and 2015 by WSBCA... 2014 Newport High School Team MVP... Helped his team to League and District titles as a senior finishing as the state runner-up... Graduated high school with a 3.92 GPA... Played summer ball with Jacob Westerman (New Mexico) and Rex Stephan (Washington).

Academics - Paul is majoring in psycholgy.

Personal - Ethan Gregory Paul... Born 8/27/96 in Seattle, Wash.... Son of Lael and Greg Paul... Has one older brother, Mason... Nickname is EP... Favorites include: Robinson Cano (player), Seattle Mariners (team), Forrest Gump and Step Brothers (movies), Breaking Bad and House of Cards (TV shows), Will Ferrell (actor), steak and rice (meal), Florida Georgia Line (band), peanut butter and honey sandwich (late night snack)... Says he would be a firefighter if not an athlete... Names Leonardo DiCaprio as the actor that would play him in a movie... His oddest talent is being a "skilled juggler"... Uses passionate as the one word to describe himself... Roommates with Connor Kaiser and Matthew McGarry... Lists playing for a baseball state championship last year as his most memorable athletic moment... Chose Vanderbilt because he "knew it would push me to be the best version of myself academically, athletically and personally."
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