Antony Keller

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Kingwood, Texas

    High School:
    Kingwood

    Height:
    5-10

    Position:
    Distance

    Experience:
    1L

    Major:
    Psychology

    Antony Keller

    2008 Conference USA Academic Honor Roll

    2008
    Cross Country: Posted a 15th place finish at the Johnny Morriss UH Invitational...posted a time of 27:03.2 to finish 18th at the LSU Tiger Festival...posted a clocking of 20:28.9 to finish in 27th place at the Sam Houston Invitational...Finished 36th with a time of 27:09 at the C-USA Championships...ran a time of 34:45.2 at the NCAA South Central Regional. Indoor: Finished with a time of 16:37.45 in the 5,000 meters at the Leonard Hilton Memorial...finished ninth in the 5,000m at the Houston Indoor Inviatational...finished sixth with a time of 16:20.48 in the 5,000m at the Bayou City Championships...posted a time of 4:46.57 in the mile at the UH All-Comers meet...ran a time of 16:18.68 in the 5,000M at the Bayou City Championships. Outdoor: Posted a time of 16:42.64 in the 5,000 meters at the Tellez Invitational.

    2007
    Cross Country: Finished 60th at the Baylor Twilight Invitational with a 20:54.6 time...improved a great deal in his second collegiate meet placing 20th with a time of 26:56.7 in the Lori Fitzgerald Invitational...placed 70th overall at the Texas A&M with a 28:01 8K bringing in the back-end of the Cougars for a fourth place finish...was Houston's second leading men's runner placing 36th overall in a 28:29 time at the TAMCC Islander Classic...competed at the Chili Pepper Festival placing 153rd with a 34:45.5 10K time...finished the season at the Conference USA Championships bringing end the back end of the Cougars at 42nd place with a 28:56.1.

    2007
    Attended UH but did not compete in track.

    High School
    Earned the scholastic award for the highest GPA on the cross country team... also played basketball... member of the German Club.

    Personal
    Born March 18, 1988 in Ashiya, Japan... son of Fritz and Ing-Britt Keller... chose Houston because it was close to home and it had a diverse culture... hobbies include sports and reading.

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