Keith Chappell '00
Athletic Hall of Fame 2011
Keith Chappell '00 came to Huntingdon from Boca Raton, Florida, where he was the highest-ranked high school goalkeeper in the State of Florida. He played for the United States Olympic Development Team and went on to lead Florida to victory over the other Southeastern states. He enrolled at Huntingdon in 1996 and was a three-time Academic All-American, captain of the Huntingdon soccer team, and was named the 2000 Huntingdon College Scholar-Athlete of the Year. He graduated in 2000 with dual departmental honors in biology and English and went on to medical school.
After completing four years of medical school, Keith chose emergency medicine as his specialty and spent another three years in residency training in Newark, New Jersey, where he was selected as the Intern of the Year (2008-2009), Junior Resident of the Year (2009-2010) and ultimately named Chief Resident (2010-2011). Today, he holds an attending position as an emergency medicine physician in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. He is married to his Huntingdon classmate, Erin McCarthy '00, and they have a three-year old daughter.