Charles Page High School junior Holly Kersgieter recently received her first college athletics offer from a NCAA Division I school. The 5'10 guard from the Class of 2019 was offered by Oklahoma State University.
Kersgieter was part of an undefeated eighth-grade team that claimed the Frontier Valley Conference Championship before arriving on the varsity squad as a starting freshman.
In the 2015-2016 season Kersgieter was the number four scorer for a Lady Sandite squad that went 17-9. She scored 166 points for a 6.38 average.
This past season was one of the best in school history as the girls went 24-2 for a Bishop Kelley Tournament Championship and FVC Conference Championship before falling in the State Tournament Semi-Finals.
Kersgieter scored 271 points for an average of 10.42 per game. She was second on the team in scoring, second in 3-point percentage, third in total rebounds, second in assists, first in steals, and second in blocks. She led her team in scoring for nine games and posted a career-best 19 points against Jenks.
She was named the FVC Defensive Player of the Year and made the FVC All-Conference Second Team and Bishop Kelley All-Tournament Team.
The Oklahoma State Cowgirls went 17-15 this past season and finished seventh in the Big 12 Conference.