Jeff Page enters his seventh season as head coach of the Babson golf program in 2019. He was promoted following a one-year stint as as an assistant coach for the Beavers in 2012-13.
Page has guided the Babson golf program to four conference championships and three NCAA Tournament appearances over his first six seasons at the helm. Following a second-place finish in 2013, the Beavers captured four consecutive NECC Tournament championships between 2014-17, and participated in the NCAA Division III Championship in 2015, 2016 and 2017, when they finished 25th with the program's lowest 36-hole score in national tournament competition since 2001.
Despite finishing second at the 2019 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) Championship, Page led Babson to one of the most successful seasons in program history. The Green and White posted a 299.00 team scoring average, won four of its nine tournaments, and earned the first known national ranking in school history after winning the Royal Lakes-Oglethorpe Invitational in early October.
A four-time NECC Coach of the Year, Page was selected as the Golf Pride Grips/Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) Northeast Region Coach of the Year in 2017. His players have earned one GCAA/PING All-America honorable mention honor, five all-region and 23 all-league awards over his first six seasons, in addition to collecting four NECC Golfer of the Year and conference rookie of the year honors.
Page, who currently works at Citizens Bank, has an extensive background in competitive golf. In his four seasons at Quinnipiac, he was the Connecticut Intercollegiate individual champion as a senior in 1980, qualified for the NCAA Tournament in both 1979 and 1980, and was selected as a Division II Honorable Mention All-American in his senior season.
Page has qualified for the Massachusetts Amateur more than 10 times, including two appearances in the match-play portion of the event (final 32). He also qualified for the United States Mid-Amateur in 1998, and is a 19-time Club Champion at Wellesley Country Club, with his most recent victory coming in 2016.
|2013-14||2nd Place (643 strokes) - NECC||-----|
|2014-15||1st Place (623 strokes) - NECC||NCAA Tournament (38th)|
|2015-16||1st Place (617 strokes) - NECC||NCAA Tournament (T-36th)|
|2016-17||1st Place (595 strokes) - NECC||NCAA Tournament (25th)|
|2017-18||1st Place (587 strokes) - NECC||-----|
|2018-19||2nd Place (913 strokes) - CAC||-----|