Duo recognized on the All-Patriot League Women's Tennis Team.
Keller named Team MVP.
Navy falls to three-time champion Boston, 4-1.
Mids will host Boston University in the league title match on Sunday.
Navy cruises to a 4-0 sweep of the Greyhounds.
Photo gallery of Navy's 7-0 win over Bucknell on April 16.
Navy vs. Boston University in the Patriot League Championship on April 24, 2016 in Annapolis.
Photo gallery of the Army-Navy women's tennis Star Match on April 2, 2016.
Photo gallery of the Navy-Seton Hall match on March 12, 2016.
Photo gallery of Navy-Bucknell on April 12, 2015
2016 All-Patriot League First Team
2016 Patriot League Tennis Player of the Week (April 18)
2016 Patriot League Tennis Player of the Week (Mar. 28)
2015 All-Patriot League Second Team
2014-15 - Freshman: Named to the All-Patriot League Second Team ... posted an overall singles record of 29-8 ... set a school record for most overall singles wins with 29 ... also set a program record for most fall tournament wins with 15 ... was 14-4 in dual singles matches ... posted a 15-8 record in doubles play ... led the team 44 combined singles and doubles wins ... went a combined 13-3 at No. 3, 4 and 5 singles ... went 4-0 in singles during the Patriot League Regular Season ... finished the season on a six-match singles winning streak ... won at No. 5 singles in Navy's 4-3 win over Army ... won the "D" singles flight at the Stony Brook Invitational in the fall ... reached the finals of the "B" singles flight at the Moore Invitational and the finals of the "B" flight at the Navy Blue & Gold Invitational ... advanced to the Round of 32 at the ITA Atlantic Region Championship in the fall ... won her first seven singles matches of the fall tournament season ... was 10-3 in doubles in dual matches ... won her last seven doubles matches of the season ... primary doubles partners were Summer Ralston and Logan Antill ... went 8-0 as a starter at No. 2 doubles ... earned Navy's Unsung Hero Award.
Personal: A three-year letterwinner for Creekside High School, where she graduated in 2014 ... four-time Florida State Champion with her junior team ... helped Creekside to a district championship in 2011 ... two-time USTA Junior Nationals Sportsmanship Award winner ... three-time All-First Coast (Jacksonville) Player of the Year ... had a 12-1 singles record as a junior with her only loss being in the Class 2A Florida State individual final ... did not play for her high school as a senior, but did play on the junior circuit ... ranked as high as No. 103 in the nation in her class in 2014 by TennisRecruiting.net and No. 22 among Florida prospects as a senior ... tabbed as a four-star recruit by TennisRecruiting.net ... frequently volunteered at a local retirement home ... was also recruited by East Carolina and Southern Mississippi ... daughter of Jeff and Cheryl Keller ... mother, Cheryl, played collegiate tennis at Eastern Tennessee University ... Cheryl Keller also coached Amanda at Creekside ... majoring in computer science.