Keke Calloway

  • Height: 5' 7"

  • Position: Combo Guard

  • Nationality: American

  • College: Mercer

Scouting Report

Keke is a fantastic combo guard with an elite ability to shoot consistently shoots over 38% from the three point line.  She stretches the defense with her ability to make shots from anywhere. As a lead guard, she is great in the pick and roll. She has very quick and active hands defensively, leading to multiple steals per game on average.

Profile

  • 2021-2022: – Dynamo NPU (Ukraine – D1 - starting 5): 24.6ppg, 4.2rpg, 3.5apg, FGP: 44.1%, 3PT: 38.3%, FT: 82%
  • 2020-2021:Forssan Alku (Finland – D1 – starting 5): 16.1ppg, 2.8rpg, 2apg, FGP: 51.8%, 3PT: 36.3%, FT: 87.7%

AWARDS/RECOGNITIONS

  • 2019 SoCon Sports Media Association Player of the Year
  • 2019 All-Southern Conference First Team
  • 2019 Southern Conference Preseason Player of the Year
  • 2019 Southern Conference Preseason All-Conference
  • 2018 All-SoCon Tournament First Team
  • 2018 All-SoCon First Team
  • 2018 SoCon Player of the Month (January)
  • 2018 SoCon Player of the Week (Jan. 9)
  • 2017 Preseason All-Southern Conference Team
  • 2017 SoCon Academic All-Conference
  • 2017 SoCon All-Tournament Team
  • 2016 SoCon All-Freshman Team
  • 2016 SoCon All-Tournament Team

SEASON-BY-SEASON
2018-19 (Sr.):

  • Started 33 games for the Bears, playing more minutes (1141) than any other player on the team
  • Led the team in scoring with 593 points and 18 points per game, while pulling down 149 rebounds and dishing out 124 assists
  • Finished her career eighth all-time in program history with 1,811 career points
  • Made 79 three-pointers on the season, second in school history only to the 99 she made in her junior campaign
  • Left holding both the career three-pointers made (298) and career three-pointers attempted (899) school records
  • Dropped a season-high 32 points in Mercer’s win at in-state foe Georgia Southern in the second game of the season
  • Followed it up with a 30-point effort in the 10-point win over Florida in Hawkins Arena three days later
  • Helped the Bears clinch their second straight SoCon Tournament title with 30 points and was one three-pointer shy of tying the NCAA record in a come-from-behind win over Furman
  • Hit double-digit threes six times during the season
  • Led the team with 21 points in the near upset of second-seeded Iowa in the first round of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship

2017-18 (Jr.): 

  • Competed in all 33 games for Mercer, garnering 32 starts on the campaign
  • Had a breakout junior season, garnering a spot on the All-SoCon First Team and All-SoCon Tournament First Team
  • Named January SoCon Player of the Month after averaging 21.4 points, 3.7 rebounds and 2.0 steals per game, guiding Mercer to a 7-0 record
  • Tallied a career-high 16.9 points per game, recording a .421 field-goal percentage
  • Calloway’s 16.9 points per game ranked third in the Southern Conference, while her 99 three pointers made led the league
  • Averaged 3.5 rebounds per game and finished second on the squad in steals with 46
  • Set a Mercer single-season record with 99 three pointers made, finishing .388 from beyond the arc
  • Scored a career-high 40 points at Furman (Jan. 6), knocking down an NCAA-record-tying 12 three pointers
  • Scored 20 or more points in 10 different contests throughout the season

2016-17 (So.): 

  • Competed in all 31 games for the Bears, garnering 13 starts
  • Named to the SoCon Academic All-Conference squad in addition to SoCon All-Tournament Team
  • Ranked second on the team in points per game with 12.2
  • Finished the year averaging 3.9 rebounds and 1.1 assists per contest
  • Knocked down a team-high 66 three points, finishing .284 from beyond the arc
  • Scored a career-high 25 points against Chattanooga in the SoCon Tournament Championship, burying seven triples

2015-16 (Fr.):

  • Played in all 33 of Mercer’s games, earning two starts
  • Named to the SoCon All-Freshman and All-Tournament team
  • Averaged 17.2 minutes per game, 8.1 points and 2.3 rebounds
  • Connected on .349 percent of her shots from the field, including .338 from beyond the arc
  • Registered 52 three pointers for the season
  • Totaled 34 assists, 21 steals and four blocks

HIGH SCHOOL

  • Four-year member of the Mary Persons basketball team, where she was coached by Kurt Greene
  • Aided the team in winning the 2012 Region 3A, 2013 Region 2A title and the 2014 Region 2A title
  • Named 2013 and 2014 Macon Telegraph Player of the Year
  • Garnered 2014 4A First Team All-State, 2013 4A Second Team All-State and 2012 3A Honorable Mention
  • Spent two years playing for the Georgia Metros AAU team under coach Charles Huddleston