Dave Page

Dave Page is in his fourth season with the University of Pennsylvania men’s lacrosse team and third as an assistant coach in 2021.

He spent the 2018 season as the program's video coordinator.

The 2020 season saw the Quakers go 2-3 before all 2020 Ivy League spring sports were canceled on Wednesday, March 11 due to a nationwide outbreak of coronavirus COVID-19. During the year, Penn scored victories over No. 10 Duke and Saint Joseph’s. In 2020, Penn ranked in the top-10 in the country in both faceoff winning percentage (No. 6, .654) and groundballs per game (No. 9, 37.60). FOGO Kyle Gallagher also led the nation with 15.40 groundballs per game.

Page worked with Penn's faceoff specialists and goalkeepers in 2019, guiding two of the greatest at their position in program history. Kyle Gallagher set program records in faceoffs won (270) and taken (432) while ranking No. 2 in the nation in FO wins and No. 4 in ground balls per game (.625) on his way to third-team USILA All-American honors. Reed Junkin was a first-team All-Ivy and third-team All-American goalkeeper, who finished 2019 with 204 saves -- No. 5 in a season all-time by a Quaker.

Prior to making the move to Penn, Page worked as an assistant coach at Ursinus College where he served as the offensive coordinator, goalie coach, and recruiting coordinator. He was responsible for preparing game film and scouting reports, coordinating the strength and conditioning program, and helping student-athletes with academic guidance and reporting. During his time with the Bears, Page expanded recruiting from regional to national in scope, bringing in 28 student-athletes from over 15 states. Additionally, he expanded recruiting efforts from regional to national in scale and attracted student-athletes from across the country in both traditional and non-traditional hot beds.

In addition to his experience in the college ranks, Page serves as a coach and director with the Dukes Lacrosse Club where he trains goalkeepers on a year-round basis. He holds a similar role with The Goalie School/Nike Lacrosse Camps and was named Director of Coaching for bi-coastal goalie camps beginning in 2015. Furthermore, Page is also the owner/founder of Foundation Lacrosse that caters to goalie training of all ages and levels. He began his post-collegiate career with Lacrosse Evolution where was responsible for the day-to-day operations and marketing of sport camps and events.

Page is a 2009 graduate of Kenyon College where he was a captain and three-time NCAC All-League honoree.