|Hometown:||Grand Rapids, Mich.|
|High School:||Ottawa Hills|
College: Chosen as the 2010-11 Division II Bulletin Preseason National Player of the Year ... Preseason All-American by multiple sources ... Also named to Preseason All-GLIAC North Division Team ... Tabbed as GLIAC Preseason Player of the Year ... 2009-10: Chosen as a first-team Division II All-American by several sources ... Named the GLIAC Player of the Year ... Was a first-team All-GLIAC pick ... All-Region honoree ... Became the first-ever FSU All-America pick at the Division II level ... Averaged a league-leading 21.1 points per game in 22 conference outings ... Averaged 20.1 points per game overall ... Compiled the second-most points ever (465) in GLIAC single-season action ... Set GLIAC single-season records with 176 made free throws and 253 attempts ... Led the conference with 14 games of 20 points or more ... Reached double-figure scoring in 28 of 29 games ... Named the GLIAC North Division Player of the Week four consecutive weeks during the season ... Also led the conference in offensive rebounds (3.2 pg.) and ranked third in field goal percentage (55.1%) and fifth in rebounding (6.9 rpg.) ... Broke the school single-season mark with 215 made free throws in all games ... Voted FSU's team MVP for the third year in a row ... Tallied a personal career-high 35 points in a home win over defending NCAA-II National Champion Findlay (2/6) ... 2008-09: Honored as team MVP for second-straight season ... NABC All-Midwest District Second Team honoree ... Also named to Daktronics All-Midwest Region Second Team ... All-GLIAC North Division First Team selection ... Chosen as Grand Rapids Press West Michigan Player of the Year ... Led the GLIAC in scoring and ranked 24th nationally (20.2 ppg.) ... Ranked second in the league in offensive rebounds (3.4 pg.) ... Was fourth in the GLIAC in rebounding (7.3 rpg.) along with fourth in field goal percentage (.546) ... Made and attempted more free throws than any other player in the league for the second-straight year (180-237) ... Reached double-figure scoring in 24 of 25 games ... Had a career-high 33 points against Olivet (11/25) ... Set a school single-season record with 180 made free throws ... Had the fifth-best seasonal scoring figure for a Bulldog sophomore ... Twice received GLIAC North Division Player of the Week honors ... 2007-08: Started 27 of 29 games ... Led team in scoring (15.9 ppg.) and rebounding (6.9 rpg.) ... Had 26 double-figure scoring performances ... Earned team MVP Award honors ... Scored 20 points or more eight times ... Ranked ninth in scoring and 10th in rebounding among the GLIAC’s overall leaders ... Was also ninth in the league in field goal and free throw percentage ... Finished with six double-double (points & rebounds) efforts ... Named to the AT&T?Alascom Jamboree All-Tourney?Team (Dec. 29-30) ... Attempted 24 more free throws than any other GLIAC player ... Had 52 more attempts than any player found among the top 15 league leaders in free throw percentage ... Converted 167 of 212 (.788) tries from the charity stripe ... Had season-high 27 points vs. Wayne State (1/9) ... Scored 10 points or more in 12 of his final 13 games ... Recorded 25 points against Kuyper (1/3) and netted 23 points at St. Joseph’s (12/17) ... Also had 23 points at Tiffin (12/8) and 22 points against Gannon (1/17) ... Shot 53.9% (145-269) from the floor for the season.
High School: A 2007 graduate of Grand Rapids’ Ottawa Hills High School ... Detroit News Class A Honorable Mention All-State basketball selection ... All-City selection ... Also earned all-area and all-league accolades ... Coached by Lee Gilbert ... Two-year varsity letterwinner ... Tallied 15 points, 10 rebounds and two assists per game as a senior for the Bengals ... Helped squad to a 16-4 overall record in 2006-07 ... Chosen as team’s Most Valuable Player Award recipient ... Two-sport student-athlete ... Received Associated Press Class A All-State Honorable Mention football honors as a lineman in 2006 ... All-City football honoree ... Earned four varsity letters in football.
Personal: Son of Vernon and Zsa Zsa Keenan of Kentwood, Mich. ... Born 5/2/88 in Grand Rapids, Mich. ... Has an older sister and a younger brother ... Father works as a corrections officer while mother is a principal consultant ... Has been on a cruise ... Interests include computers ... Majoring in computer information systems at Ferris State.