2017 All-Patriot League Second Team ... owns rookie record in sacks (9, 2017) and shares school record in single-game sacks (4, 2017)
Career Statistics Entering 2018: Nine games played, five starts, 46 tackles (29 solo), 13 tackles for a loss, nine sacks, four defended passes, one forced fumble.
2017 (Freshman): All-Patriot League Second Team selection ... appeared in nine games, starting five of Bucknell's last six at a hybrid defensive end/linebacker position ... recorded 46 tackles (29 solo), 13 tackles for a loss, nine sacks, four pass breakups and one forced fumble during rookie campaign ... led the Bison in tackles for a loss and sacks ... set a Bucknell rookie record in sacks ... made at least five tackles in five games ... posted at least one tackle for a loss in five games, including three with at least two ... named the Patriot League Rookie of the Week on Sept. 4 for his role in limiting Marist to 154 yards of total offense in season-opening win on Sept. 2 ... had two tackles, one tackle for a loss and one sack in that game ... notched two sacks at Cornell on Oct. 14 ... made season-high 11 tackles (four solo) at Colgate on Oct. 28 ... recognized by STATS as the National Freshman Player of the Week on Nov. 20 after recording eight tackles, six tackles for a loss of 33 yards, four sacks for a loss of 27 yards and one forced fumble in the red zone in the 2017 finale at Fordham on Nov. 18 ... his four sacks tied a Bucknell record last equaled in 1998 ... was also selected as the Patriot League's Defensive Player and Rookie of the Week and the Bison Athlete of the Week on the strength of that performance ... was the only Bison to receive a national weekly award in 2017 ... shared Bucknell's Stuart M. Smith Memorial Award as the most outstanding newcomer with Brandon Benson.
Riverton High School/Air Force Academy Prep: Graduated from Riverton High School in 2016 … spent a post-grad semester at Air Force Academy Prep … three-year football letterwinner at Riverton … also earned four wrestling letters and one for track and field … led state in tackles with 170 as a junior … two-year team captain … two-time first-team all-state … honorable mention all-state as a sophomore … named Defensive MVP of region as a junior … placed in top five in state three times as a wrestler … won state title as a senior … helped 4x100 relay to a state title as a senior … helped track team to a state title as a sophomore … named Male Athlete of the Year as a senior at Riverton High School.
Personal: Simeon Parker Page … born Feb. 23, 1998 in Sandy, Utah … son of Glen and Cori Page … has a younger brother, Cooper, and a younger sister, Bailey.