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Height: 5'11"
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
Hometown: Atherton, Calif.
High School: Menlo-Atherton
Major: Economics


Keller's Career Statistics
  2011 .321 27-24 84 13 27 9 2 2 20 46 .548 10 2 15 1 .402 1 0 0-2 18 32 10 .833  
  2012 .352 35-35 122 26 43 8 0 5 26 66 .541 13 5 18 3 .436 0 0 3-4 85 6 2 .978  
  2013 .369 40-40 141 39 52 21 4 6 41 99 .702 20 5 22 2 .453 4 0 8-8 84 4 3 .967  
  2014 .308 39-39 146 29 45 15 1 2 17 68 .466 12 7 23 1 .381 3 1 11-14 79 3 0 1.000  
  TOTAL .339 141-138 493 107 167 53 7 15 104 279 .566 55 19 78 7 .419 8 1 22-28 266 45 15 .954  

Finished career with school-record 53 doubles, tied for 11th with 15 homers and ranked 16th with a .339 average.

SENIOR (2014)
All-New England Third Team ... All-Ivy League Second Team ... Academic All-America First Team for the second straight year ... one of 30 Senior CLASS Award candidates and finished in the top eight of the Fan’s Choice Award ... also a Rhodes Scholarship candidate ... received team MVP and James H. Cooke Award ... led Ivy League with 15 doubles ... also led team in batting (.308), runs (29), hits (45), on-base percentage (.381), stolen bases (11) and multi-hit games (16) ... intentionally walked five times ... named Ivy League co-Player of the Week after opening season by going 7-for-13 (.538) with four doubles, four runs and three RBIs in the three-game series against 30th-ranked FIU ... lined a walk-off double — his third hit of the game — in the 10th inning of the first game of a twinbill with Columbia ... scored three runs in games at 18th-ranked Kansas and versus Quinnipiac ... broke the career doubles record with three two-baggers against St. Anselm while also scoring a career-high four runs ... launched second career grand slam, both coming against Harvard exactly two years apart, during a four-game sweep of the Crimson ... went 3-for-4 with two runs in the Rolfe Division playoff against Yale.

JUNIOR (2013)
All-America honorable mention by ... ABCA All-Region Second Team ... first team for New England All-Stars and All-Ivy in the outfield ... first Dartmouth baseball player to be named Academic All-America, making first team ... Academic All-Ivy ... led the nation in doubles per game (0.53) ... topped the Ivy League in six offensive categories — doubles (21), triples (4), runs (39), RBIs (41), total bases (99) and slugging (.702, 5th nationally) ... those 21 doubles set a Dartmouth single-season record as well ... also second in the conference in homers (6) and third in both batting (.369) and on-base percentage (.453) ... led the Green with 16 multi-hit games and 10 multi-RBI games ... after very brief slow start, hit over .400 in final 36 contests ... started four-run rally in ninth with one-out double in 5-2 win over Army ...smacked a pair of two-baggers in beating LIU Brooklyn, 11-4 ... drove in two with a double and triple in 6-0 blanking of North Dakota State ... had an 11-game hitting streak during which he hit .500 (19-for-38) with 10 doubles, two triples, two homers, 13 runs and 14 RBIs ... stroked a two-run double in the eighth to give Dartmouth breathing room in 7-4 win over Bradley ... tied the second game at Penn in the eighth with an RBI double ... sixth-inning, two-run homer the difference in 3-2 win against Columbia ... recorded single, double and triple while scoring four runs in 6-1 win over Princeton ... reached base five times — twice in one inning — with two doubles, a homer, walk and hit by pitch against Holy Cross, while scoring four times and driving in career-high five runs ... last of six two-double games came in first game at Yale ... went 3-for-5 with a double, homer and four RBIs versus Quinnipiac ... was 3-for-8 with a two-run homer during Ivy Championship Series.

All-Ivy honorable mention outfielder ... Academic All-District I First Team ... Academic All-Ivy ... tied for fifth in the Ivy League in batting, ranked sixth in slugging and eighth in on-base percentage ... his five homers tied him for the team lead as well ... hit .391 (24-for-69) with runners on base and a team-best .457 (16-for-35) with runners in scoring position ... began the season going 3-for-10 with a double, two walks, two runs and three RBIs in the three-game series at #13 LSU ... smacked first long ball of the year in the first of five games at Sacramento State, plus gunned a runner down at the plate ... had three hits with a double, walk, two runs and two RBIs in the 12-4 win over the Hornets ... suffered an ankle injury on March 18 that caused him to miss seven games ... after fully recovering, hit .457 (21-for-46) over the next 12 games, starting with a 3-for-4 in the second game at Cornell on April 2 ... stroked three more hits in the next contest, a 12-4 triumph over Saint Anselm ... was a perfect 2-for-2 with a double, two walks, run and two RBIs in the nightcap of the twinbill versus Penn ... provided most of the offense in a 4-2 win over Holy Cross, going 3-for-4 with a solo homer and the go-ahead RBI single in the seventh before coming around to score the final run ... collected a career-high four hits with a pair of doubles, two runs and two RBIs in a 14-5 trouncing at Hartford ... his throw to nail a runner at the plate proved the difference in a 5-4 win over Yale ... came up big in the series finale against the Bulldogs, going 3-for-5 with another solo homer and three RBIs to help complete the sweep, 8-4 ... eighth-inning two-run blast game the Big Green some insurance in a 9-6 win at Boston College ... hit safely in all four games against Harvard, including a grand slam in the third meeting as Dartmouth just missed overcoming a seven-run deficit.

Teammates chose him as the Big Green’s Rookie of the Year ... had the second highest batting average in the Ivy League among freshmen ... posted eight multi-hit games in his 24 starts ... also had six multi-RBI games as well ... converted outfielder improved dramatically on defense at the hot corner as the season went on, not committing an error in eight of the final nine games ... rapped out his first collegiate hit in the season opener at UCF ...  recorded two hits in three straight games in Florida ... was 2-for-4 with a double, his first home run and three RBIs in the 11-2 win against Army ... drove in three more the next day in the loss to Indiana ... drew two walks and doubled in the victory over Long Island ... missed a dozen games from late-March to mid-April with an injury ... hit safely in each of his first five games back, going 9-for-14 (.643) with three doubles, two triples and six RBIs ... both triples came against Saint Anselm to tie a Dartmouth record ... also hit a two-bagger in that game and drove in two ... had a perfect game against Brown with a walk, hit by pitch and a solo homer in a 7-3 victory ... had three hits and three RBIs in the second game of the twinbill versus the Bears ... named Ivy League Rookie of the Week after that weekend, hitting .538 (7-for-13) with three doubles, two triples and a homer for a 1.308 slugging percentage with seven RBIs ... drove in two runs in the 6-0 triumph against Harvard at home ... went 2-for-3 with a double and a run scored in the decisive game of the Ivy Championship Series at Princeton.

Lettered three times on the varsity squad for Coach Mike Amoros at Menlo-Atherton ... also served as captain of the freshman team ... named school’s senior athlete of the year ... earned All-San Mateo County first-team honors and second-team all-state recognition in his final prep campaign ... also chosen as the Peninsula Athletic League MVP ... played basketball as well and was a two-time, first-team all-conference selection ... team MVP for both baseball and basketball as a senior, captaining both squads ... AP scholar with distinction ... National Merit Scholarship finalist.

Son of Don and Kathy and has one sister ... born April 20, 1992 in San Francisco, Calif. ... father and grandfather Don Sr. both attended Dartmouth, Classes of 1979 and 1954, respectively ... enjoys running and weightlifting.

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