LEBANON, Tenn. – Cumberland soccer coach Gavin McKinney announced the signing this week of Station Camp High School product Savannah Keele to scholarship papers for the 2013 season.
Keele was a four-year starter at Station Camp, helping the Bison to three section appearances as well as two district and regional championships. She earned All-District accolades as a junior and senior and garnered All-District Tournament honors as a sophomore, junior and senior. She was also voted Team MVP, Offensive Player of the Year and won the Golden Boot Award as a senior.
Keele played center back and midfield during her freshman and sophomore campaigns, moved to keeper as a junior and was a forward this past season. She recorded the best goals-against-average for the district and county while in net and registered 26 goals and seven assists as a senior.
She also enjoyed success with her club teams, Brentwood Soccer Club and Tennessee United, winning two state championships, advancing to the USYSA Southern Regional quarterfinals in 2009, and winning the US Club Soccer Southern Regional and finishing as national runner-up in 2008.
Keele also earned letters in basketball at Station Camp for Bison teams that reached regional play all four years of her career. She was voted All-District, All-District Tournament, All-County and All-Region during her career and led the team in scoring as a senior.
Keele was voted Most Athletic at SCHS as well and will be joining sister, Mackenzie, on the soccer team at Cumberland. She is the daughter of Evin and Teresa Keele and her mother played softball at Cumberland for current Assistant Athletic Director Mitch Walters.
She is the fourth signee for the Bulldogs next season, joining Dayle Weslosky, Kiley Sanson and Olivia Chu.