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Former Oklahoma State Basketball Star Keiton Page Promoted to Assistant Coach

Page has been on OSU’s staff in a variety of roles since his graduation.

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The Pawnee Pistol is moving up the coaching ladder.

Keiton Page, who played at Oklahoma State from 2008 to 2012, has been promoted from OSU’s director of player development to an assistant coach. At 33, Page will be the youngest assistant on Mike Boynton’s staff, but Page has spent the most time in Stillwater by far.

Page has been at OSU under a variety of roles since his playing days finished, starting as a graduate assistant under Travis Ford before also working under Brad Underwood and Mike Boynton. He has been OSU’s director of player development for the past six seasons.

“I’m thankful to work for Coach Boynton and my alma mater in this new role,” Page said in OSU’s release. “I look forward to pushing Cowboy Basketball in the right direction with this coaching staff and reaching the goals we have set out to accomplish as a program.”

Page scored 1,651 points in four seasons as a player, good for 10th on Oklahoma State’s all-time list. As a senior during the 2011-12 season, Page averaged 17.1 points per game and shot 39% from 3-point range. His 103 3s made that season are the fourth most any Cowboy has hit in a season, and his 299 career 3s rank second all-time behind only Phil Forte.

He scored a career-high 40 points against Texas in 2012, a point tally that is tied for sixth in OSU history with Cade Cunningham (2021) and JamesOn Curry (2007).

Page also brings a coaching pedigree. His father, David, is a member of the Oklahoma Coaches Association’s Hall of Fame, having won state championships at Yale and Pawnee. Brady Page, Keiton’s brother, is the head coach at Hennessey.

Keiton’s ties within Oklahoma high school basketball ought to make him a valuable asset to Boynton’s main staff with a stretch of high-level players the state is producing. OSU has offered a trio of OK preps standouts in the 2024 class, including Dale’s Dayton Forsythe, who has drawn comparisons to Page as a small-school star. OSU has also already offered a pair of 2025 Oklahoma standouts and Owasso’s Jalen Montonati in the Class of 2026.

Page becomes the first OSU assistant that has played at OSU since Scott Sutton. Sutton spent four seasons as an assistant under Boynton before moving into his current role of director of basketball administration.

“Keiton Page is the epitome of Loyal and True,” Boynton said in OSU’s release. “His commitment to the Cowboy Basketball program is second to none.

“He is a relentless worker, has a great knowledge of the game and will help our players and staff continue on our mission of bringing consistent success to Stillwater. I’m thankful to him and his family and we are lucky he has stuck around. We’re looking forward to him making a major impact in this new role.”

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