STATISTICS & HISTORY
Ken Keller was received seven letters playing basketball, baseball and volleyball at Laughlin High School in Brooklyn. During the 1942-43 season, Keller was a member of the St. John’s University National Invitational Tournament championship team. Keller served as a bomber pilot in Europe during World War II. Keller had a brief post-war professinal basketball career playing for Washington and Providence in the Basketball ASsoctaion of America and the following season for Atlanta in the ill-fated Professional Basketball League of America.
|William Kenneth Keller||Born: Aug 16, 1922||Died: Feb 24, 1983||Hometown:||New York, NY|
|REGULAR SEASON RECORD|
|1941-42||St.John’s (NY) (Frosh)||College|
|1943-45||US Army Air Corp.||Military Service|
|Major League Totals||33||10||2||22||0.7|