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J2 Content LLC
3956 Black Horse Pike Suite B-305
Mays Landing , New Jersey 08330
United States

Company Description: J2 Content offers mathematics content authoring and editing services for use by educational publishers and the teaching community.

Employment History

  • Head Men's Tennis Coach
  • Actor and Stand-Up Comedian


  • UA
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Our Contributors | J2 Content - Perspectives, 6 July 2014 [cached]
Paul Goebel
Paul Goebel is an actor and stand-up comedian and has been seen on such familiar TV shows as Will & Grace and Curb Your Enthusiasm. Most importantly, Paul is the King of TV Trivia and has appeared on numerous TV and radio programs sharing his TV knowledge.
At the start of the millenium, Paul proved himself to be the King of TV Trivia by taking the top spot in TV Land's Ultimate Fan Search earning him a wealth of prizes including his own hour to host and program on TV Land's weekly schedule.
He has been featured in Maxim and People magazine as well as TV Guide. Paul has also written TV-related articles for websites and publications such as,, and as well as his own site
Paul has produced and hosted his own podcast, The Paul Goebel Show since 2007 in which he discusses television and pop culture in general with many famous guests.
Paul is best known to his fans as the resident "TV Geek. on Comedy Central's gameshow, Beat the Geeks.
In his spare time, Paul is a Tom Jones impersonator.
Memphis Tigers Official Athletic Site - On Campus, 5 Jan 2015 [cached]
Paul Goebel Head Men's Coach
MEMPHIS OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE - On Campus, 6 April 2009 [cached]
Paul Goebel, Head Men's Tennis Coach 901-678-5309
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Paul Goebel
Paul was the first Blue Raider tennis All-American. He did so in doubles play (with Fred Niemeyer) with a record of 18-5 during the 1993-94 campaign. That season, this dynamic duo was ranked as high as 5th in the nation before ending the year ranked 15th. He was team Captain during both the 1993 and 1994 campaigns, and following his playing days, served as an assistant coach with the program. He was selected all conference for three of his four years at Middle Tennessee. He was then named Head Coach at the University of Memphis, but continues to support his alma mater by returning annually for the Blue Raider Tennis Pro-Am fund-raiser.
I can think of no one more deserving than Paul for the Blue Raider Sports Hall of Fame."
Memphis Tigers Official Athletic Site, 22 Oct 2008 [cached]
Paul Goebel
Paul Goebel
Paul Goebel is entering his fifth season as the head coach of the Tiger men's tennis program, his ninth overall season with the program after spending the four seasons prior to 2004-05 as an assistant coach at Memphis.Goebel has continued to build on the framework left in place by previous head coach Phil Chamberlain, by continuing to put together one of the toughest schedules in the country, and by adding local and regional talent to the line-up.
Goebel has now recruited every member of the Tiger roster to the team, including Co-SIDA Academic All-American Benedikt Fischer, and Jorge Vazquez, both junior college transfers from Tyler Junior College in Texas.
Goebel has mixed the transfer talent in with solid prep recruiting products, including Chattanooga's Charlie Ramsay and David Henry and native Memphian Spencer Heflin, and Bartlett native K.C. Griffin.
Goebel continues to surround the program with strong support, hiring the program's first-ever First Team All-Conference USA honoree, Lee Taylor Walker, as his first assistant coach in 2004-05, while bringing NCAA Division II All-American Tobias Huning on board as a volunteer assistant coach in 2006-07.
When Walker was promoted to the women's tennis head coach spot, Goebel brought back Alex Jago to serve as an assistant coach from Jago's native Australia.
Goebel was able to bring back Sam Withell to team with Spence, and the duo recovered to finish as the No. 45 ranked team in the country by the end of the spring season.
A native of Hendersonville, N.C., Goebel came to Memphis after a stellar career at Middle Tennessee, where he was an All-American.A member of the MTSU team from 1990-1994, Goebel served as the team's captain from 1992-1994 and was a four-time, all-conference player.He was also named the student-athlete of the year in 1994.Following his collegiate playing career, Goebel served as a student assistant coach in 1995 at Middle Tennessee, also playing professionally.In 1999, Goebel was ranked No. 1 in the nation in the Men's 25 and over age group.
Goebel moved to Memphis and became a tennis professional at The Racquet Club of Memphis beginning in 1996.At The Racquet Club, Goebel has taught top national and southern-ranked juniors and has coached in a variety of area training centers, zonals and national team events.
Goebel and his wife, Shelly, have two sons, Reed and Luke and a daughter, Isabelle.
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