Jason Paige
Jason Paige
Title: Head Coach
Phone: 315.279.5689
Email: jpaige@keuka.edu

The 2018 season marks Jason Paige’s 20th season as the men’s lacrosse coach. During his tenure, Paige has guided the Wolves to a 152-89 record, which is by far the winningest men’s lacrosse coach in school history. His squads have captured the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) championship in five of the last eight years, including winning four straight from 2011 to 2014.

During the 2017 season, Keuka went 8-6 (6-2 NEAC) but fell in the NEAC semi-finals against Morrisville despite beating them earlier in the season 10-5. Keuka placed seven on the All-NEAC list, including twin midfielders Dustin Springer and brother Dillon Springer. Joining the brothers on first-team was sophomore defender Cody Nitzke. Being named to the second team was senior midfielder Matt Mahalick and freshman attack Craig Gerhardt,  who was also named the North Eastern Athletic Conference Rookie of the Year becoming the first Keuka College player since Dan Barry in 1994.  Andrew Burns and Harold Pallone were named Third Team All-North Eastern Athletic Conference.

Keuka featured one of the most potent offenses in the country in 2013 as Connor Latimer earned first-team All-NEAC and was the conference’s Offensive Player of the Year after leading the nation in points per game (6.54). He shattered school records for points (85) and assists (41) in a season and led the conference in both statistical categories. The attacker finished the season ranked third nationally in assists per game (3.15) and seventh in goals per game (3.38). As a team, Keuka finished second in the nation in scoring average (226 goals, 17.38 goals/game), second in scoring margin (10.31), second in assists per game (11) and fourth in caused turnovers per game (13.92).

Paige also coached the men’s and women’s cross country teams here at Keuka from 2004-2008.

Paige was a standout lacrosse player at Washington College (Chestertown, Md.), where he earned a bachelor’s degree in 1995. He earned All-America honors three times, including a first-team selection in 1994, and was selected to play in the North-South All-Star Game that same year. He captained his team in 1994, was a first team All-Middle Atlantic Conference selection in 1992-93, and a first team All-Centennial Conference pick in 1994. He was inducted into Washington College's Athletic Hall of Fame Oct. 22, 2012.

Prior to taking over the Wolves, Paige served as assistant head coach at his alma mater, as well as St. Andrews School in Middletown, Del.

Paige resides with his wife, Christine, in Penn Yan, N.Y

  • Overall record of 152-89

  • Overall NEAC record of 56-8

  • Coached 65 All-Conference Players the past eight seasons

  • Coached 2 All-Conference Players of the year

  • Coached 2 All-Conference Goalies of the year

  • 2 time NEAC Coach of the Year

  • At one point during the 2014 season, Keuka College won 26 straight games (a school-record) and were among the school's receiving votes in the USILA's weekly top 20 poll.

  • Qualified for the NCAA Tournament in 2014