Keller's walk-off single capped off a three-run ninth-inning rally over FIU
FAU's sweep at Alabama marked the first time since 1899 a team had swept a three-game non-conference series at Alabama
Owls defeat WKU in only extra-inning game in the regular-season
Left hander is 4-0 with a 2.42 earned run average pitching for the Bethesda Big Train this summer
Winter Garden native becomes fifth player from 2012 SBC regular-season title team to play professional baseball
Junior (2011): Second team All-Sun Belt Conference selection after being a main offensive leader in lineup... ranked second in the league with a .360 batting average that featured 17 multiple-hit performances...had nine multiple-RBI games and strung together a nine-game hitting streak...connected on three home runs and ranked second on team with 35 RBIs...legged out 16 doubles and one of five players on the team to hit for the season cycle...went 4-for-4 with three runs scored to close out first series of the season against Hofstra (3/20)...hit first career home run against Monmouth (3/5)...also recorded home runs against Florida Gulf Coast (4/5) and Western Kentucky (5/8)...drove in a career-best four runs against Troy (4/30)...slapped five hits in a home victory over Bethune-Cookman (3/30)...had multiple-hit games in five straight contests on two different occasions (3/2 to 3/8 and 4/3 to 4/10)...showed strong patience at the plate with 31 walks, including three in a road victory at rival FIU (5/20)... won the team's Iron Owl Award for the 2010 fall practice period...helped lead the Bethesda Big Train of the Cap Ripken Summer Collegiate League to a national championship, as selected by Perfect Game...named to summer league all-star and earned the game's MVP Award.
Seminole State College (2010): Played one season for Head Coach Chris Hayes...led team with a .341 batting average, eight home runs and 39 RBIs...was a first team all-conference and academic all-conference selection.
Stetson (2009): Played one season at Stetson, appearing in 49 games with 29 starts...batted .256 in 125 at-bats.
High School: Played at Mt. Dora High School for Head Coach Frank Scott...was an all-state selection his junior and senior seasons...graduated summa cum laude...led team to district runner-up finish in 2008...batted .500 his sophomore season...batted .498 as a junior with seven home runs and 36 RBIs...batted .480 with 10 homers and 37 RBIs as a senior...also played football four seasons and was a second team all-state quarterback.
Personal: Public communications major...born in Mansfield, Ohio... son of Stephen and Jami Hudak...aspires to play professional baseball.