Paul Page spent 29 years at Ohio Dominican, compiling a 1,007-552-7 (.645) coaching record leading the baseball program and spending 16 years as the university's athletic director during that time as well. During his tenure, the baseball program captured 11 regular season titles, nine conference tournament championships, six regional championships in 13 appearances, and made six NAIA World Series appearances. The Panthers won at least 30 games in a season a remarkable 22 times in Page's tenure, including 10 40-win seasons. In 1996, the Panthers notched a 36-20 record and finished fifth at the NAIA World Series, the best finish in school history. As the athletic director, Page helped in the planning and development of Alumni Hall, which opened in 1989, as well as expanding the athletic department from six varsity sports to 16 varsity sports.