Chris Keller
Wabash College
Chris Keller
Head Soccer Coach
Wabash (IN)
Division 3

Keller earned NCAC Men's Coach of the Year in 2014 and 2017 as well National Soccer Coaches Association of America Men's DIII Great Lakes Regional Coach of the Year honors.  His Wabash teams have almost broken every team in the schools 50 year history. Most wins in a year, most wins in a 4 year span, most all conference, all region players. First nationally ranked program at #12 (Nscaa).  Kellers teams have also received the Nscaa team academic award for three years in a row.  Keller is a graduate of the University of the Southwest, where he received a bachelors of science degree in psychology. He also attended Riverside Community College, where Keller earned First Team All-Conference honors and was named  the teams Most Valuable Player while setting the single-season California Junior College record for assists with 28 in 2002. He was captain of the University of the Southwest soccer team that finished 12-4 in 2004. The Mustangs also clinched a conference tournament berth for the first time in school history during Kellers time at Southwest.   Keller served as an assistant coach for both the men and womens programs at Southwest for two seasons before taking the reigns as the mens head soccer coach in 2006. He led the Mustangs to a Red River Conference postseason appearance while helping four players earn all-conference honors.     During his time at Allegheny, Keller also served as coach in the PA West Olympic Development Program. His 93 Boys ODP squad produced the first Region I ODP Championship title in PA West soccer history. The 93 Boys team earned a bronze medal at the National ODP Tournament. Keller and his wife, Kate, reside in Crawfordsville.