12   Keiton Page
Keiton Page

Pawnee, Okla.

High School:
Pawnee High School

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 165





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Keiton Page hit six 3-pointers and finished with 22 points


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Keiton Page hit seven 3-pointers and scored 29 points in his final home game for the Cowboys (14-16, 7-10) and Brian Williams added 20 points but Kansas was able to withstand every charge to close out its fourth straight outright conference championship.


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Oklahoma State celebrates Keiton Page, the lone senior for the Cowboys in the 2011-12 season.


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Brian Williams scored 13 of his 17 points in the second half and was one of three double-figure scorers for Oklahoma State as the Cowboys beat Texas A&M 60-42 on Saturday.


Cowboys vs. Texas Highlights

Keiton Page scored a career-high 40 points, Le'Bryan Nash added 18 and Oklahoma State snapped Texas' four-game winning streak by beating the Longhorns 90-78 on Saturday.


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Keiton Page bio in PDF format

News & Notes

• has 196 career three-pointers made, ranking sixth in the school record books, just one shy of the top five.

• needs four treys to become the fifth player in school history to record 200 career three-pointers.

• his 545 attempts from beyond the arc rank fifth in school history.

• is shooting 86.3 percent for his career from the free-throw line, which ranks second in school history. It's the highest percentage ever for a Cowboy with at least 200 attempts at the charity stripe.

• his 86.3 career shooting percentage from the charity stripe currently ranks fourth in the Big 12 record book.

• is just six shy of 200 assists in his career, which would make him the 24th player in school history to reach that milestone.

• has 1,105 career points, ranking 29th in school history. He needs just 329 points as a senior to move into the top 10 all-time.

• is the fifth-highest returning scorer in the Big 12 this season.

2010-11 (Junior season)

• was named Academic All-Big 12 First Team by the league office.

• averaged 13.2 points per game as a junior, ranking second on the team and 16th in the Big 12.

• led the Big 12 Conference in free-throw shooting for all games (89.4 percent) and league-games only (92.6 percent).

• his 89.4 percent (135 of 151) shooting from the free-throw line ranks fourth in OSU history and sixth in Big 12 history.

• his 92.6 percent (63 of 68) shooting from the charity stripe in league games only ranks fourth in the Big 12 record book.

• was second on the team and ranked 16th in the Big 12 Conference in scoring.

• ranked sixth in the league in minutes played per game, averaging just over 34 minutes per game on the floor.

• scored a career-high 29 points against Murray State in the 76 Classic, connecting on 10-of-13 shots from the floor, including 4-of-5 from long range.

• matched his career high with seven assists in the season opener against Houston Baptist.

• recorded three-consecutive games with 20 or more points in mid-December (23 vs Missouri State, 20 against Alabama, 23 vs Stanford).

2009-10 (Sophomore season)

• was named to the Big 12 all-improved team by media who regularly cover the league.

• started 31 of 33 games for the Cowboys.

• averaged 10.7 points per game, including 19 double-figure scoring games and six 20-point contests.

• had a 2-to-1 assist-to-turnover ratio on the season.

• had a string of 29 consecutive free throws -- the fourth-longest in school history -- broken in the game against Kansas State in the Big 12 Championship quarterfinals.

• had seven assists and just one turnover in OSU's win over Oklahoma in Stillwater.

• scored a season-high 25 points in that game and also had five rebounds.

• connected on 6-of-10 three-point attempts against Prairie View A&M.

• nearly doubled his assist total (89) from the previous season (46).

• shot 87.7 percent from the free-throw line and 38.3 percent from beyond the arc.

2008-09 (Freshman season)

• was named to the Big 12 all-reserve team by media who regularly cover the league.

• was named to the Big 12 all-freshman team and the all-bench squad according to The Oklahoman.

• started the last 12 games for Oklahoma State.

• hit a career-high five shots from long range in three games.

• scored a career-high 21 points against Siena and matched that total against Northwestern State.

• scored 20 points against North Texas.

• made (63) and attempted (158) the second-most three-pointers by a freshman in school history behind teammate James Anderson's 67-of-177 the previous year.

• reached double figures in three-consecutive games against Colorado, Texas and Kansas State.

High School

• was named the state's player of the year by the Oklahoman and the co-player of the year by the Tulsa World as a senior.

• led the state in points (1,287), scoring average (44.4 ppg), assists (213) and steals (172) his senior season.

• established a single-season state scoring record, breaking the 29-year-old record of 1,280 set by Kenneth Johnson of Grandfield in 1978-79.

• averaged 44.4 points per game as a senior, establishing a new state single-season scoring average set by Barnsdall's Jordan Barnhorst in 1993-94.

• recorded two triple-doubles his senior season -- had 46 points, 10 assists and 10 steals against Newkirk on Feb. 1 and recorded 46 points, 10 assists and 12 steals against Pawhuska on Feb. 4.

• established a ToC career record with 272 points in nine games, surpassing the 250 points scored by Victory Christian's Kelenna Azubuike, currently with the Golden State Warriors.

• nearly outscored an opponent single-handedly as he scored a career-high 61 points in a 93-62 victory over Frontier, connecting on 24-of-32 shots from the floor; was 11-of-16 from three-point range, including five in a row.

• led Pawnee to the Class 2A state title with a 97-79 win over Oklahoma Christian as a senior.

• scored 54 points in the championship game along with dishing out 13 assists.

• it was Page's second gold ball as he led the Black Bears to the state title as a freshman in 2005.

• in the 2005 tournament, he scored a game-high 29 points to lead No. 2 ranked Pawnee to a 66-65 win over top-ranked Wewoka in the Class 2A boys final.

• owns the national record for career three-point shooting at 49.9 percent.

• was twice named to the Super Five team by The Oklahoman as one of the top-five players in the state, regardless of class.

• Pawnee's record during his four-year career was 98-13 (88.3 percent).

• his 33.4 career scoring average is the highest by a high school player in the last 20 years.

• was 145-of-289 from three-point range, good for a Class 2A leading 50.2 percentage which ranked third in the state.

• was 242-of-270 (89.6 percent) from the free-throw line, the second-best shooting percentage in the state in 2007-08.

• the only player in the state that shot a better percentage from the line had 100 fewer attempts than Page had made from the charity stripe.

• scored 40 points in a 63-71 loss to Class 6A Jenks in the Tournament of Champions.

• scored 138 points in the 2008 state tournament, surpassing the record of 124 he had set as a junior.

• scored 369 points in his four-year career in the state tournament, blowing past the previous record of 318 set by Velma-Alma's Kevin Rehl in 1980-83.

• his 92-of-94 (97.9 percent) performance from the free-throw line as a freshman was 2/10ths of a percent higher than the national record. However, the minimum number of attempts to qualify is 100.

• only Jason Kidd (1989-92 at St. Joseph of Notre Dame High School in Alameda, Calif.) and Leroy Carter (1991-94 at Memphis' Hillcrest High School) had more career steals than Keiton's 574 thefts.

• three-time preseason Super Five selection.

• was named Class 2A All-State as a freshman and sophomore by The Oklahoman.

• named first-team All-State by the Tulsa World in both 2007 and 2008.

• named second-team All-State in 2006 and third-team All-State in 2005 by the Tulsa World.


Born July 5, 1989, Keiton is the son of David and Karen Page. He has an older brother, Brady, who played basketball at Oklahoma Christian. David is the head coach at Pawnee High School while Brady is an assistant coach. Keiton enjoys fishing and hanging out with friends in his spare time. He is majoring in physical education at Oklahoma State.

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