As a junior, Paul Roemer started 18 games, including the first seven and 11 of the last 12...Played in 28 games for the Gauchos...Missed three games mid-season with a shoulder sprain...Averaged 3.8 points per game, with a season-high 11 points, one off career-high, in win against Winston-Salem State...Scored 10 in Big-West Tournament win vs. Cal State Fullerton...Averaged 1.9 rebounds per game, netting a career-high 5 rebounds in win at Utah Valley...Matched career-high, with five assists three times during the season against Illinois State, Loyola Marymount, and UC Davis...Second on team in total assists with 56 on the year, averaging 2 assists per game...Ranked third on the team in free-throw percentage, shooting .688 throughout the season.
Roemer played at both the off guard and point guard spots as a sophomore...Improved dramatically between his freshman and sophomore seasons...In 2007-08, he played in all 32 games, averaging 15.6 minutes off the bench...Logged 10 or more minutes in 30 of 32 games and 15 or more 19 times...Contributed 2.3 points, 1.7 assists, and 1.2 rebounds per game...Added 26 steals to his resumé...Poured in a high of 12 points at UC Irvine, making a career-best 4-of-5 shots from three-point range...Tallied 10 points in the season opener against Northwestern State, draining both of his three-point attempts...Roemer scored five or more points six times, but did so just once in his last 15 games...After making just three three-pointers as a freshman, he made 12 as a sophomore...Chipped in a career high five assists in a victory over Cal Poly...Had four assists in games against Northwestern State, UC Davis and Utah State...Had two or more assists in 17 games...Came up with a high of three steals at North Carolina...Roemer had two or more steals seven times.
As a walk-on freshman, Roemer played in 16 games for a total of 132 minutes...Averaged 1.6 points, 0.8 rebounds and 0.8 assists per game...He also had nine steals, the seventh highest total on the team...Tallied six points at San Diego...Posted a five-point game at Long Beach State...Roemer scored just two points in his final six appearances, a total of 35 minutes...Played a season-high 20 minutes against Eastern Washington and had a best of three assists in the game...Had three other games of two assists...Made nine of his first 18 field goal attempts, but finished the year by hitting just two of his final nine...While Roemer made a trio of three-pointers on the year, he made one in each of his first two appearances.
Attended De La Salle High School in Concord, Calif., where he was a teammate of another current UCSB player, Justin Joyner...Averaged 8.0 points, 5.1 rebounds and 3.0 steals per game as De La Salle won the California State Division I championship in 2005-06...Roemer also made 40% of his three-point field goal attempts and 78% of his free throws...Scored his career-high 19 points against Serra High School during his senior season...In addition to the 2005-06 California State title, during Roemer's time at the school De La Salle was a CIF North Coast Section semifinalist in 2004-05 and a California State Division I runner-up in 2003-04...Played for Frank Allocco, Sr. at De La Salle.
Paul Joseph Roemer was born September 20, 1987 in Oakland, Calif....Graduated with High Honors from De La Salle High School...His most memorable moment in sports was his high school's run to the 2005-06 California State Division I championship...His favorite athletes include Steve Nash, Frank Allocco, Jr., and Michael Jordan...Enjoys watching SportsCenter and MTV...Roemer's hobbies include surfing, boating, wakeboarding, kneeboarding and tubing...Braveheart and Friday Night Lights are his favorite movies...The son of John and Paula Roemer...Geography major.
|Points||12||vs. UC Irvine||1/10/08
|Rebounds||5||three times||three times
|Assists||5||three times||three times
|Steals||5||vs. Cal State Northridge||2/25/09
|Blocked Shots||2||vs. UC Riverside||3/5/09
|FG Made||3||vs. Winston-Salem State||11/28/08
|FG Attempted||5||three times||three times
|FT Made||8||vs. Cal State Fullerton||3/12/09
|FT Attempted||8||vs. Cal State Fullerton||3/12/09
|3-Pt. Field Goals||2||five times||five times