Illini Earn Third Shutout of Big Ten Season
Illinois first Big Ten team to earn doubles point vs. Buckeyes
Jared Hiltzik records the decisive point
Illinois drops first Big Ten match of 2013 season
Farris Gosea scores singles and doubles upsets
#25 Illinois Fighting Illini men's tennis team vs #15 Tennessee
Page went 12-15 in his debut season, going 4-7 in dual matches and 2-1 in Big Ten play... Primarily played the No. 6 singles position where he finished 4-4... In tournament action in October, Page defeated three consecutive Big Ten foes in Michigan's Michael Zhu, Ohio State's Hunter Callahan and No. 69 Spencer Wolf of Northwestern... Compiled a 15-12 record in doubles matches... Recorded his first NCAA Tournament win in the form of a 8-5 doubles victory over Georgia State's Cook/Schuette.
Ranked 11th in the nation by TennisRecruiting.net ... Member of the Heiser Tennis Academy.
Born Brian Page Jr. on Aug. 12, 1994 ... Son of Brian and Carla Page ... Majoring in Business ... Has three siblings, Andy, Connor and Courtney ... His biggest thrill in sports was winning a big match in a tight situation ... Names Michael Jordan as his favorite athlete ... Lists his father as the person who most influenced his athletic career because his father taught him how to work hard and become motivated.
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