University of Miami Athletics

Paulelett Ricks-Chambers








Sacramento, Calif.

High School

C.K. McClatchy HS

Career Statistics
Year Games Played Goals Assists Points Shots Game Winners
2005 20 3 1 7 13 1
2006 18 4 1 9 9 2
2008 22 2 2 6 22 0
Totals 60 9 4 22 44 3

2008: One of six players to start all 22 matches on the season… Scored two goals, at Arkansas-Little Rock (9/5) and versus Virginia Tech (9/25)… Her two assists came versus FIU (8/29) and at Memphis (9/7).

2007: Did not play – was granted a medical hardship.

2006: Played in all 18 games, making nine starts… Named to’s All-Florida Women’s Team… Second on the team in scoring and goals with nine points on four goals and an assist… Tied for team-high honors with two game-winning goals on the year in back-to-back victories over UNC Greensboro (9/3) and Florida International (9/6)… Netted a career-high pair of goals in the 3-1 win over UNC Greensboro en route to UNCG Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team and Player of the Week honors… Tied for ninth in program history with three game-winning goals in her career… Also knocked in UM’s lone goal versus Clemson (10/11)… Assisted on Bryn Heinicke’s first goal in 4-1 rout of North Florida (10/24).

2005: Started all 20 games… Third on the team in both points (7) and goals (3)… Recorded 13 shots, including seven on goal… Named to the 2005 Hoosier Classic All-Tournament Team after helping UM to a win over Indiana (9/9) and a near upset of 14th-ranked Marquette (9/11)… Selected to the 2005 ACC All-Academic Women’s Soccer Team.

Club: Played with the San Juan Spirits of `87 U-17/18 Club from 2003-04 under the direction of Rick Carrigan and Billy Wiskel… Led the Spirits to back-to-back US Club Soccer Regional Championships in 2003 and 2004… Also played for Sacramento United U-13/14 from 1998-99 and River City United U-15/16 from 2001-02.

Olympic Development Program: Played for Cal-North in 1999 and 2001-03.
High School: A four-year letter winner at C.K. McClatchy High School… Earned all-conference and all-metro honors and was named team MVP from her sophomore season through her senior campaign… Led the team in scoring all four years… Also excelled in the classroom, receiving the California Scholarship Federation Award in 2005, as well as the United States Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award from 2003-05.

Personal: Majoring in Liberal Arts and History… Her name is a combination of her mother’s, Elett, and father’s, Paul, first names… Has three older brothers, Vaughn, Karlan and Eliot.