Charles Page High School senior Destiny Johnson signed a letter of intent Wednesday morning to play basketball for the University of Tulsa.
Johnson is a fourth-year starter for the varsity squad and was the number-two scorer on the team last season. She averaged 16.3 points, 5.7 rebounds, and 2 steals per game last season with a 48.1% field goal percentage and 65.7% free throw percentage. She recorded three double-doubles and led her team in scoring on ten occasions with a career-high of 31 points.
The University of Tulsa competes in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I and the American Athletic Conference. They went 10-21 last season under eighth-year Head Coach Matilda Mossman.
The Lady Sandites went 18-8 last season and advanced to the State Tournament for the second-straight year. They won their third-straight Bishop Kelley Invitational Championship, second-straight Regional Championship, and second-straight Area Championship. The Sandites also won the Coffeyville Interstate Classic during Johnson’s freshman and sophomore years and the Frontier Valley Conference Championship her sophomore year.
Johnson was named FVC Newcomer of the Year as a freshman. She made the FVC All-Conference team as a sophomore and junior and the All-Bishop Kelley Tournament team as a junior.
Johnson’s senior season will kick off November 27th at Ponca City High School.