Considered one of the most competitive players in school history Keith actually fractured his foot his freshman year and it went undiagnosed until his senior year.  Keith helped lead Grace to a conference title in 1981.  During that year, Keith had a perfect night in a game going 9/9 from the floor and 2/2 from the line.  During his career, Grace was 50-38.  Ranked 3rd all time in steals, Keith had a great floor sense and established himself as a good defender.     

    Keith currently ranks 5th aal time in scoring with 1,419 points, 6th all time in free throws made with 282, and 5th all time in FG’s with 573.     

    Selected to the All Conference Team three times, Keith also made the Grand Rapids Area All City Team in 1981.  The first player to have that honor from Grace.     

    Keith and his wife Kim have three children and both serve as attorney’s in the Seattle, WA area.  Keith is a managing partner.  Keith also serves on the Board of Directors at Grace Bible College.