2010 (Senior): Second-Team Pac-10 All-Academic ... had a solid senior campaign ... was one of five players to play in all 18 games ... made 15 starts ... played all 110 minutes vs. Cal State Northridge on Sept. 10 ... had two assists and two points ... took 19 shots, 11 on goal ... assisted Casey McCool on a goal in the 62nd minute vs. Seattle on Sept. 24 ... also had an assist on Matt Van Houten's goal in the 48th minute vs. Stanford on Oct. 8 ... took a season-high two shots in five games on the year.
2009 (Junior): Named both honorable mention All-Pac-10 and honorable mention All-Academic ... appeared in all 18 games, making 16 starts ... fourth on the team with a career-high six points ... tied for third on the team with two goals and tied for second with two assists ... took 24 shots ... named Pac-10 Player of the Week after UW's impressive weekend at Cal and Stanford ... led UW to a 2-0 upset over then-No. 5 Cal, with his first career goal as well as the assist on Matt Van Houten's game-winning goal ... his goal came from 30-yards out and sealed the upset victory ... his other goal also came against Cal in a 1-1 tie at Husky Soccer Field ... assisted on UW's first goal in a 3-2 loss in the season finale to Oregon State ... came off the bench in the first two games of the season, taking two shots against Seattle in the opener ... started the final 16 matches ... had a season-high three shots on three occasions, vs. San Diego State, at Cal and at Stanford.
2008 (Sophomore): Tabbed to Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention squad ... started first seven matches at left back before suffering a season-ending knee injury ... assisted lone goal in season opener versus Fairleigh Dickinson (Aug. 29) ... helped contribute to shutouts at Furman (Sept. 7) and Cal State Fullerton (Sept. 19)
2007 (Freshman): Made a big impact on UW backline as a rookie ... only freshman to start all 21 matches ... notched an assist on Kevin Forrest's gamewinning goal at New Mexico (Sept. 14) ... took six shots ... helped Huskies tally eight shutouts ... among the big shutouts included blankings of No. 3 SMU (Sept. 16) and Portland in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (Nov. 23).
2007 graduate of Horizon High School in Scottsdale, Ariz. ... one-year letterwinner as a freshman, helping guide his prep team to a regional championship and a fourth-place finish at state championships ... 13-year member of Sereno Soccer Club which won five Arizona state titles during his tenure ... team also won the 2007 Disney Showcase in Florida ... U-18 team was ranked third in the nation and second in Region IV.
Bradley Philip Keller ... born in Scottsdale, Ariz. ... parents are Greg and Maria ... has a brother, Michael ... hobbies include watching baseball, playing sports, going to the movies and hanging out with friends.
BRAD KELLER'S CAREER STATISTICS