Four Players Continued Baseball Careers as Professionals.
FAU tallies 42 Wins and Three Members Earn All-Tourney Team Honors
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Keller's RBI Double is the Key Hit
Junior (2012): Ranked third on the team with .302 batting average...one of three players to hit seven home runs...drove in 28 runs and scored 36 runs to help anchor an offensive attack that won the Sun Belt Conference regular-season title...outfielder made 51 starts and was named the league's player of the week after hitting .727 with two home runs and four runs batted in against UCF and a three-game sweep of Louisiana...defensively, committed just one error in 99 chances and recorded seven outfield assists...named a Florida Summer Collegiate League All-Star, playing for the DeLand Suns.
Sophomore (2011): Appeared in 11 games, making four starts...three of his starts came as team's designated hitter...went 4-for-4 with five RBIs in first start against Northeastern (3/1)...drove in a run and drew a walk against Stony Brook (2/27)...had a hit and scored a run against Troy (4/30) of Sun Belt Conference...scored six runs on the season and had one extra-base hit among his 21 at-bats.
Freshman (2010): Gave team a strong right-handed bat off the bench...appeared in 18 games (five starts) and batted .360, with one home run and four RBI...had highest batting average among team's non-starters...hit his first collegiate homer in a series-clinching victory over UALR...had a season-high two hits in the series finale against Troy (3/14)...played summer ball for the Elmira Pioneers of the New York Collegiate League.
High School: Played at Cherry Creek High School for Head Coach Marc Johnson...first team all-league selection...Top 50 senior all-star...tied the school's all-time batting average (.545)...hit seven home runs his senior year.
Personal: Son of Anthony and Heidi Keller...finance major...born in Honolulu, Hawaii...first player from Colorado to play for FAU...younger brother, Conlan, is a freshman on the baseball team.
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