College: Page was an outside hitter at UCLA, and was an Honorable Mention AVCA All-America selection as a senior. He left UCLA with the seventh most kills (844) in school history.
Personal: Page has dual citizenship in Switzerland and the U.S., and is the son of Drs. William and Stephanie Page. Page has a younger brother, Stephen, and a younger sister, Melissa. His high school team twice won the state championship, and he was considered the top recruit in his class by ESPN.
2015: Page teamed up with Jason Lochhead for the first four AVP events, with a best of seventh twice. He then began a partnership with Billy Allen and the duo placed fifth twice in three AVP tournaments. Page led the AVP Tour in aces (1.03 per set), was eighth in blocks per set (1.56) and ninth in kills per set (6.42). Page made his FIVB debut with Skyler McCoy in Long Beach, finishing 41st.
Who are your role models?
Elon Musk, Benjamin Franklin, Phil Knight, Phil Jackson, Kobe Bryant
People who strive to be the best they can be, in every aspect of life. People who are able to accomplish extraordinary things by dedicating their life to solving problems big and small, for the greater good of the human race and planet earth.
If you weren’t playing professional volleyball, what would your job be?
Along with playing professional volleyball, I am a full-time entrepreneur. In 2016 I founded a Matcha Green Tea company called Tenzo Tea with my business partner Steve O’Dell. Our Matcha comes from Kyoto, Japan, and is widely considered to be the healthiest drink on the Planet! Join our mission to make the world a healthier place one cup of Matcha at a time.
What is the most rewarding piece of advice you ever received?
“Everyday you are given the opportunity to choose the life you want to live.”