Name: Paul Singh
Position: Defense
Caps: 84
Sport: Field Hockey
DOB: 3/11/1993
Hometown: Simi Valley, Calif.
High School: Royal High School
College: Southwestern Community College
Team/Club: LA Tigers
World Championship Experience
  • Gold - 2018 Hockey Series Open (Salamanca, Mexico)
  • Gold - 2016 World League Round 1 (Salamanca, Mexico)
  • Gold - 2012 World League Round 1 (Chula Vista, Calif.)
  • Silver - 2019 3 Nations Invitational (Benalmadena, Spain)
  • Bronze - 2019 Pan American Games (Lima, Peru)
  • Bronze - 2017 Pan American Cup (Lancaster, Pa.)
  • Bronze - 2017 World League Round 2 (Tacarigua, Trinidad & Tobago)
  • 4th - 2019 Hockey Series Final (Bhubaneswar, India)
  • 4th - 2013 Pan American Cup (Toronto, Canada)
  • 5th - 2018 5 Nations Tournament (Malaga, Spain)
  • 7th - 2015 World League Round 2 (Chula Vista, Calif.)
Other Career Highlights
  • 2020: Series against South Africa (Durban, South Africa)
  • 2019: Series against Korea (Seoul, South Korea)
  • 2018: Europe Tour (France, Spain, Scotland, Ireland)
  • 2017: Series against France (Paris, France)
  • 2016: Series against Canada (West Vancouver & Surrey, Canada)
  • 2014: Summer series against Argentina, Chile and Mexico (Chula Vista, Calif.)
  • 2012: Joined U.S. Men's National Team
  • 2011: Junior Pan American Championship (4th, Guadalajara, Mexico)
Personal: Son of Kamal and Jatinder Singh...Siblings is Harman...Nickname is The Ghost...Began playing field hockey in 2000...Game Day Mantra: "Visualize and attack."...Favorite Sports Quote: "I'll do whatever to win games, whether it's sitting on the bench waiving a towel, handing a cup of water to a teammate, or hitting the game winning shot." - Kobe Bryant...Best Words of Advice: "Know where you came from and think about where you are going."
For Singh, in order to achieve greatness on the pitch not only do you need to be physically strong but mentally sharp as well. It is the mindset that ‘anything is possible if you believe’ that has guided Singh in assisting the Junior National Team at the Pan American Junior Championships and World League Round I in 2012. Singh looks to continue his love for the sport while competing at the most prestigious level of the game.