Michael Page played for the U.S. All-World Lacrosse Team in 1978 and 1982. A strong midfielder, he ranks as one of the leading scorers in Penn history with 112 points (eighth all-time) and 80 goals (7th currently and first when he graduated) in only three seasons.
As co-captain his senior year, Page earned first-team All-American honors after being a third-team selection in 1975 and 1976. In addition, he was named first-team Ally-Ivy in 1976 and 1977. Page was selected to play in the North-South game following his senior year was also named Co-Most Outstanding Player with teammate and fellow Hall of Fame Inductee Peter Hollis.
Page was named the NCAA Division I midfielder of the year as a senior, and won the NCAA Heroes Award as the outstanding midfielder in college lacrosse that season.
During Page’s playing career the Quakers were 21-12 overall and 12-6 in the Ivy League (one of the best three-year periods in the history of Quaker lacrosse). He coached at
In 1981 he was selected as the National Player of the Year by the U.S. Club Lacrosse Association.