Jennie Keele Athlete Profile | The Official Site of BYU Athletics

Jennie Keele Athlete Profile

#15 Jennie Keele

Jennie Keele
Position: Guard Height: 5-10 Roster Years: 2002-2007 Hometown: Syracuse, UT Last School: Clearfield High School


Born in Syracuse, Utah ... parents are Sharon and Doug Overdiek ... has one sister and three brothers ... married to Eddie Keele, a member of the Cougar football team.

Before BYU

Academic All-State... graduated top three percent of class with honors...three-time basketball team MVP...led team in rebounds for four straight years...was team scoring leader three season...four-year letterwinner in women's basketball...named Region I MVP twice...made the All-State First Team three times and Second Team All State once.... named Utah Gatorade Player of the Year in 2002...was also an All-State performer in soccer...lettered two years in soccer and one in volleyball.


Year   G/GS  FG-FGA %   FT-FTA  %   3-pts   %   Pts.  Reb.  A    BL.  St.  TO
02/03 31/12 37-73 .507 23-29 .793 12-27 .444 109 95 30 6 13 31
03/04 28/27 58-126.460 29-49 .592 16-37.432 161 111 36 6 22 31
04/05 6/0* 1-7 .143 2-2 1.000 1-3 .333 5 4 1 0 2 1
05/06 32/32 53-124 .427 16-32.500 16-49 .327 138 101 84 11 19 63
06/07 33/33 75-195 .385 31-51.608 24-95 .253 205 121 98 14 47 74
TS 130/104 224-525.427 101-163.620 69-211.327 618 432 249 37 103 200

2002-2003 | Freshman Year

Started in 12 of the 31 games ...picked up a season and career high 12 rebounds vs UNM on 3/15/03...had a career high 15 points against UNLV on 1/25/03...played a season high 37 minutes vs CSU on 2/15/03.

2003-2004 | Sophomore Year

Final player notes: played in 28 games starting in 27... played an average of 22.2 minutes, the third best on the team...scored in double figures in four games...was the leading scorer in one game...the leading rebounder in four games with a season best nine boards vs. SUU on 12/30/03 and at Montana State on 1/6/04...twice was the assist leader with a season high of five vs. AFA on 1/24/04 had at least two steals in six games...on the team has the fourth best field goal percentage with .460 (58-126), the best three point percentage with .432 (16-37), the fourth best in three-point field goals made with 16, and the fifth best in free throw attempts with 49 at an average of 1.8 per game, places fourth in total rebounds with 111 at an average of 4.0 per game, is in fourth place on the team in both offensive boards with 38 and defensive boards with 73, is in third place in steams with 22, fourth in blocked shots with six...named to the MWC All Academic Team.
In MWC games... started in 13 of 14 games ...picked up a season-high 15 points and three three pointers at Utah on 2/28/04...suffered a sprained ankle in the game at UNM on 2/21/04...picking up a season and career high five assists vs. Air Force on 1/24/04.
In all games...picked up season high 13 points vs TCU on 11/29/03, had 11 points vs Idaho State on 12/20/03...and has picked up nine rebounds twice to date, vs SUU on 12/30/03 and most recently at Montana State on 1/6/04.

2004-2005 | Redshirt Year

Played in six games, then received a medical redshirt for the season... named Cougar Club Scholar Athlete.

2005-2006 | Junior Year

Final player notes: team's co-captain ... ranked third on the team in assists with a total of 84 for a 2.6 average per game ... was fourth on the team in blocks with a total of 11 ... in three-point shooting was fifth in both attempts and in field goals made ... finished fifth also in field goals made with a total of 53 ... placed fifth in defensive rebounds with a total of 87 for an average of 2.7 per game ... was sixth on the year in points average with 4.3 points per game and in total points 138 ... had the sixth best three-point percentage shooting .327 (16-49) and seventh best in field goal percentage .427 (53-124) ... in conference games ranked 15th overall in assists with 2.62 per game ... started in all games ... in the home game vs.TCU on 02/24/06 had a season and career high six assists ... picked up a season and career high 17 points @ Weber State on 12/28/05 and a season high nine boards in the same game ... tallied five assists vs. UNLV on Jan. 11 ... had eight points, six rebounds and four assists vs. UC Santa Barbara on 11/26/05 ... grabbed six rebounds vs. UCLA on 11/22/05 ... finished the year with four games scoring in double figures (10 vs. NAU, 17 @ Weber State, 10 @ Utah, 12 vs. UNM).

2006-2007 | Senior Year

Final player notes: Started in all games ... named one of two co-captains... tied her season high in rebounds with seven vs. Utah on 03/09/10 ... surpassed last year's total number of rebounds by four to 105 as of 03/05/07, finishing with a total of 121 ... had five steals in the game at UNLV on 02/21/07 for a new season and career high in that category ... finished third on the team with 3-point field goals made (33) and was fourth in the free throws made category with (31) ... was fifth on the team in both points and scoring average with a total of 205 points for an average of 6.2 per contest ... in the assists and steals categories she finished in second place in both with an aveage of 3.0 assists and 1.4 steals per game ... and was third on the team in minutes played with an average of 28.6 minutes of playing time ... during the MWC regular season games, placed fifth in assists, tied for fourth in steals and also tied for 15th in 3-point field goals made ... in the league overall, she ranked seventh in assists, and 11th in steals ... picked up a new season high in points with (16) in the game at CSU on 02/17/07 ... she dished out six assists in the game vs. UNM on 02/10/07 tying season and career highs ... her half court shot clinched the win vs. Wyoming on 01/13/07, and tallied 11 points in the contest ... scored 13 points vs. Weber State on 12/14/06 ... scored in double figures in six games on the year, (16) @ CSU on 02/17/07 ... (11) vs. Wyoming on 01/13/07 ... (10) @ AF on /1/06/07, (13) vs. Weber State on 12/14/06, (12) @ Baylor on 11/16/06, and (12) again vs. SCU on 11/22/06 ... tallied season highs in assists twice with six, vs. UNM on 02/10/07 and vs. CSUN on 12/09/06.