Charles Page High School junior Holly Kersgieter received two more NCAA Division I offers this weekend. The 5'10 guard from the Class of 2019 was offered the University of Tulsa and the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
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 Tulsa Hurricane went 10-21 in the 2016-2017 season and finished ninth the American Athletic Conference standings. They are led by seventh-year Head Coach Matilda Mossman. Mossman holds a career record of 232-197 as a Division I Head Coach, and went 191-53 as a High School Head Coach in Norman.
The UMKC Kangaroos went 10-19 in the 2016-2017 season and finished sixth in the Western Athletic Conference. Jacie Hoyt was named the Head Coach last month after spending three years as an assistant at Kansas State. In her six years of assistant coaching, Hoyt has a career record of 94-97. This is her first Head Coaching position.
Last week Kersgieter received an offer from Oklahoma State University. The Cowgirls went 17-15 this past season and finished seventh in the Big 12 Conference. OSU is coached by Jim Littell, in his seventh year at the helm. He holds an all time Head Coaching record of 737-171.