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Kendall Keeton
Kendall Keeton

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Columbia, Tenn.

High School:
Columbia Central

Last College:
Walters State CC

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 198

Position:
INF

B/T:
R/R


05/17/2014

Tigers Drop Season Finale To No. 24 Arkansas in Extras

Eric Anderson and Keaton Steele both shined as Mizzou fell in extras.

05/15/2014

Tigers Drop Series Opener To Arkansas, 9-4

Keeton, Everett, Segovia, and Munson deliver RBIs for Mizzou

05/13/2014

Tigers Host No. 24 Arkansas Starting Thursday

Series begins Thursday night at 6 p.m.

05/10/2014

Mizzou Comes Up Short vs. No. 11 South Carolina

Lester homers, Fairbanks deals but Tiger offense comes up short.

05/09/2014

Mizzou Drops Opener at No. 11 South Carolina

Middle innings sink Tigers as Graves allows 11 hits with six strikeouts.

05/15/2014

Missouri Baseball vs. Arkansas - May 15, 2014

Missouri Baseball vs. Arkansas

05/04/2014

Missouri Baseball vs. Vanderbilt - May 4, 2014

Missouri Baseball vs. Vanderbilt

05/03/2014

Missouri Baseball vs Vanderbilt - Game 2 - May 3, 2014

Missouri vs Vanderbilt

05/02/2014

Missouri Baseball vs Vanderbilt - Game 1 - May 2, 2014

Missouri vs Vanderbilt

04/29/2014

Missouri Baseball vs. SEMO - April 29, 2014

Missouri Baseball vs. SEMO

2014
• Started 52 games as Mizzou's No. 1 first baseman.
• Slugged .296 in a team-leading 206 at bats. Five hits shy of leading the team in hits with 54.
• Drove in 18 runs with five doubles and one triple.
• Second on the team with 16 multi-hit games, as well as putting together a 15 game on-base streak during the season, ending the year with a .311 on-base percentage.
• Went 7-for-9 in a doubleheader sweep against Alcorn State on with an RBI and two doubles (3/11).
• Also went 2-for-4 against the Illini at Busch Stadium with two RBI's (4/23).
• In 11 attempts, Keeton stole a team high eight bases for the Tigers this season.

2013
• Hit .230 with 16 runs and 13 RBI with seven doubles and 12 walks in 165 at-bats in his first season as a Tiger.
• Was the everyday second baseman for the majority of the season and had 105 assists and 68 put outs.
• Made a pair of spectacular plays in the Tigers SEC Tournament opener against Mississippi State, saving the game-winning run in back-to-back at bats.
• Opened his Tiger career with a three-hit game, tallying a run and an RBI and a walk in the Tigers' season-opener at Southern Miss (2/15).
• Went 3-for-3 with two runs and an RBI and a double in the series finale against Eastern Michigan and also went 3-for-5 against South Carolina and Nebraska Omaha.
• Led Mizzou in three-hit games on the season with four and had eight multi-hit games on the season.

Junior College
• Guided Walters State Community College to a 52-9 overall record in 2012 and finished his two-year stint with the team with a 92-20 overall record.
• Hit .373 with nine homers and 44 RBI in his sophomore season at Walters and finished his two-year career with a .381 average and 12 homers while driving in 89 runs.
• Coached by Ken Campbell while at Walters State.

High School
• Hit .398 with three homers and was a career .382 hitter with 16 home runs in his four year career at Columbia Central High School under the direction of head coach Mark Pickle.
• Advanced Columbia Central to the State Semifinals in his senior season.
• Was an All-District selection from 2007-10 and a 2009 All-Mid-State selection along with a 2009 Junior All-Sunbelt Team selection.

Personal
• Born Sept. 21, 1991, to parents Mike and Pam Keeton in Columbia, Tenn.

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