2009-10: Begins his senior year as an important
part of the Spartan rotation . . . is one of Spartans’ three
captains this year . . . is an athletic player that has the ability
to play on the perimeter or in the post . . . fits well into the
Spartans’ style of play as he is a good athlete who can get
up and down the floor but is also strong enough to play in the
paint . . . is a good shooter but also has the ability to get to
the rim . . . has increased his strength due to his tireless work
in the weight room and in the gym . . . will be entrenched in the
Spartan rotation, most likely as a starter.
2008-09: Finished the season playing in all 26 games, drawing a start in 24 of those contests . . . finished the campaign averaging 32.1 minutes, 12.1 points, 5.7 rebounds, and 2.3 assists per game . . . established a new career-high with his 26 points effort in the January 10 game against Salisbury . . . snagged a career-high 18 rebounds in the November 21 win against Delaware Valley . . . reached double figures in points in 18 of his 26 games including three 20-plus point efforts during the campaign . . . shot 42.3% from the floor and established a career-high with 11 made field goals in the win over Delaware Valley . . . shot over 50% in 11 games including a season-high 87.5% (7-for-8) in the home game against Mary Washington . . . had a pair of double-doubles for the year including a 24-point, 18-rebounds effort against DVC and a 13-point, 12 rebound effort against Stevenson on December 6 . . . handed out a season-high seven assists in the December 3 win at Hood . . . had at least one rebound in every game during the season . . . blocked a career-high four shots on February 2 against UMW . . . had three steals in two different games during the year.
2007-08: Had a very good second year in the green and white as he played in all 26 games, earning starts in 18 of those contests . . . finished the season averaging 7.7 points, 5.7 rebounds, 2.0 assists, and 26.7 minutes per game . . . shot 46.5% from the floor, 41.2% from three but just 57.4% from the free throw line . . . scored in all but one of his appearances and reached double figures in nine games . . . established a season-high with 20 points in the February 2 game against Mary Washington while he also set a new season standard in rebounds with 13 in the same game . . . made a season-high seven field goals in the February 23 game at Marymount while he also hit a career-high three three-point field goals in the game . . . had three double-doubles for the year . . . had a well balanced game in the January 19 game against Gallaudet as he had eight points, eight rebounds, and a career-high eight assists in the win.
2006-07: Played in 24 of the Spartans’ 26 games, all in a reserve role . . . finished the campaign averaging 2.4 points and 1.5 rebounds per contest . . . established a season-high of six points in the December 6 loss at Salisbury . . . scored six once again as the Spartans defeated the Sea Gulls 84-74 on January 27 . . . played a season-high 22 minutes in the win at Goucher on
November 29, pulling down four rebounds in that contest . . . recorded another four caroms in the February 8 defeat of Catholic . . . registered two assists on four separate occasions . . . scored 57 points during his freshman year going 24-for-59 from the floor.
Personal: Is the son of Steven and Mary Keefer . . . born on August 19, 1987 . . . is a Secondary Education/Social Studies major . . . played for Mark Hofsass at Palmyra High School.