Cory Page takes over men’s golf program in final season

Page is a veteran high school golf coach whose son Kaden plays for the Eagles.

Austin Green, Managing Editor

As its men’s golf program enters its final year, Biola Athletics announced Wednesday that Cory Page, a longtime high school golf coach with ties to the Eagles, will take over as head coach.

Page said in a statement accompanying the announcement that he is “excited” to join Biola’s athletics department and guide the men’s golf team over the next several months.

He becomes the sixth head coach in the program’s 12-year history. Page replaces Max Allen, who started at Biola in 2016. Biola Athletics has not yet announced a reason for Allen’s departure.

Page’s son, Kaden, is a member of the Eagles’ men’s golf team. Kaden is the lone junior on the five-man squad, with the other four members of the roster all seniors.

Men’s golf stopped recruiting when the university announced in 2017 that the program would be discontinued after two more seasons due to budget cuts.

The elder Page was a professional golfer in the 1990s before becoming a high school physical education teacher, according to a Biola Athletics news release. He has coached golf at Paloma Valley High School since 2005.

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