Good News:Steve Lutz rehires Keiton Page as an assistant coach for Oklahoma State.

The Cowboy assistant coach will remain in Stillwater with Steve Lutz taking control of the program.
The Oklahoma State basketball program is keeping a familiar face around. While Steve Lutz is taking over the Cowboys program, a longtime assistant coach is being retained under new leadership.

Keiton Page, a former Oklahoma high school superstar and Oklahoma State basketball player, will remain with the program to kick off the new era of basketball in Stillwater. He played for the program as a four-year starter from 2008 to 2012 — earning two All-Big 12 honors in that span.
Page has spent 11 years coaching the Cowboys — spending the majority of his time as a support staffer before recently being promoted into an assistant role. With Steve Lutz taking over in Stillwater, retaining a program guy like Page made every bit of sense
After visiting with Keiton, it was clear that our values and priorities align,” Lutz said. “I’m delighted to have him on our bench. His work ethic, basketball knowledge, leadership skills, and deep-rooted connection to Oklahoma State will be invaluable as we rebuild Cowboy Basketball.”

Page has coached under Travis Ford, Brad Underwood and Mike Boynton Jr. during his post-playing career in Stillwater. Combined with his playing days, Page is entering his 17th season in Stillwater.
For Lutz, building out a quality staff is important as he is attempting to bring Oklahoma State basketball back to the NCAA Tournament after a dry spell. A former perennial 20-win program with a rich history, the Cowboys are looking to get back to a consistent playing level in a tough Big 12 conference.
So far, Page and James Miller are the two assistants under Lutz. With the dead period soon to end, the staff can get busy bringing transfer portal targets to Stillwater, looking to build their roster for their first season together.

With every move, the Cowboys are one step closer to building for what could be an exciting first campaign with Lutz steering the ship.

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