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Tom Page – His Squash Career.

Compiled in 2001
by Rob Dinerman

SUMMARY OF THE
SQUASH CAREER OF TOM PAGE

Junior and Intercollegiate
Career:

U.S. Boys Champion, ’72
U. S. Junior Finalist, ’73, ’74
Intercollegiate Finalist ’76
University Club College Invitational Winner, ’76 and ’77

Amateur Career
U.S. National Champion, ’77; Finalist ’79
Canadian National Doubles Finalist, ’77
U.S. National Doubles Champion ’78, ’79; Finalist ’77
Mexican National Championships Finalist, ’77
Winner of ’77 Cowles Invitational, ’77 Gold Racquets Invitational, ’89
and ’90 Yale Club Invitationals, ’77 Woodruff-Nee Invitational and ’74
Jacobs Invitational, among numerous other events.
Member, U.S. World Championships Team, ’76

Professional Career
Winner: ’80 Slazenger Open; ’85 U. S. Pro; ’87 Yale Club Pro Invitational;

Finalist: ’81 Oklahoma Open; ’81 Salt Lake City Open; ’82 Slazenger
Open; ’84 U. S. Open;
Top Ten WPSA Singles Ranking: ’78, ’80-’86, ’91
North American Open: Semi-Finalist ’77, ’82
Wins over: Sharif Khan, Mark Talbott, Ned Edwards, John Nimick,
Mario Sanchez, Kenton Jernigan, Clive Caldwell, Hiddy Jahan, Peter Briggs,
Todd Binns, Gordy Anderson, Greg Zaff, Michael Desaulniers

Doubles Highlights
WPSA Doubles Team Of The Year Award-’85(with Michael Pierce), ’87-’89(with
Todd Binns-only three-time Award recipient)
No. 1 Ranking ’88 and ’89(with Todd Binns) Winner,
North American Open Doubles ’86-’88(with Todd Binns)
Five-time Winner of Cambridge Doubles