|Title:||HOF Class of '93|
Richard Keller was a four-year letter winner for the Kings Point track team from 1964-1867, establishing six academy records throughout the course of his career. In only his freshman season, Keller was the Long Island Collegiate Champion in the 100 yard dash, 220 yard dash, one mile run, and a member of the 440 yard relay team. In 1965 Keller repeated as a four-time winner in the Long Island Collegiate Championships, he captured the silver and bronze medal in the NCAA Regional Championships in the long and triple-jump events. He broke Kings Point records in the 440 relay, the one mile run, the 440 yard dash, long jump, and triple jump.
As a junior, Keller established new school records in the 100 yard dash and the 440 yard dash while earning silver medals in the NCAA Regional Championships in both the 100 and 200 yard dashes. After a great indoor season in his senior year, Keller never had the chance to compete in the spring season because the Class of ’67 graduated in February due to the War in Vietnam. Keller did compete as an amateur for the next five season, earning medals at different national competitions.