Anne Page Homer


The first dominant woman player in the U.S., Anne Page played at Merion Cricket Club. A four-time All-American in field hockey, she was the first secre­tary of the USSRA’s women association and a contributor to squash magazines. Page, a hard-hitting, competitive player, represented the U.S. in six Wolfe-Noel Cups and reached the quarterfinals of the English nationals in 1934 and 1936. In doubles, she won the first women’s nationals with Sarah Madeira and later won again with Agnes Lamme.

National Champion 1936, 1937, 1939, 1947
National Doubles Champion 1933, 1936