Keyera Eaton
Keyera  Eaton


Winston-Salem, N.C.

High School:
R.J. Reynolds H.S.




Hawks looking to leave Alaska with Binghamton win

One more Shot for the Shore at Shootout


Eastern Shore to open season with Valley Forge, Friday

Hawks will look to returning depth, new faces


Hawks picked to finish seventh in preseason ballot

Junior Keyera Eaton selected third-team preseason All-MEAC


No. 11 Hawks’ Tourney Run Ends With Loss Against No. 3 Hampton

The Shore’s title hopes dashed by Lady Pirates


Hawks Complete Comeback Victory At Hampton

The Shore erases 21-point deficit to knock off previously unbeaten Hampton


Women's Basketball vs. Coppin State, MEAC First Round, 3/6/17

Keyera Eaton returns to provide a spark as the Hawks beat the Eagles 62-59 in the opening round of the 2017 MEAC Tournament. Eastern Shore next faces Hampton in the quarterfinals on Thursday.


Women's Basketball at Bethune-Cookman, 1/21/17

Mariah McCoy's three-pointer with 1.7 seconds left propels the Hawks to a 59-56 road win over the Lady Wildcats.


Women's Basketball vs. Hampton (03.09.17)

Women's Basketball vs. Hampton inside the Norfolk Scope Arena (Photos by Mark Sutton)


Women's Basketball vs. Coppin State (03.06.17)

Women's Basketball vs. Coppin State in the MEAC Tournament First Round at the Norfolk Scope Arena.


Women's Basketball vs. North Carolina Central (02.18.17)

Women's Basketball vs. North Carolina Central inside the William P. Hytche Athletic Center (Photos by Randy Stadler)


Women's Basketball vs. Savannah State (01.30.17)

Women's Basketball vs. Savannah State inside the William P. Hytche Athletic Center (Photos by Joey Gardner)


Women's Basketball vs. South Carolina State (01.28.17)

Women's Basketball vs. South Carolina State inside the W. P. Hytche Center (Photos by Joey Gardner & Randy Stadler)

Batchelor on Eaton: "Keke is a high motor, intangible player that impacts both ends. Her length and quickness allows her to attack the basket at-will."

2016-17: Started the first 19 games before suffering an injury, returned to play the final two contests ... Competed in 21 games and led the club in free throws made (53) ... produced career-highs in points (19) and steals (4) in season opener versus Cheyney (11/11/16) ... recorded 14 points at East Carolina (12/04/16) ... registered 16 points after going a perfect 8-of-8 from the charity stripe in the win over Saint Francis (Pa.) (12/16/16) ... filled the stat sheet in victory over Florida Atlantic (12/17/16), recording seven points, five boards, four steals (career-high), and two assists ... scored 11 points at USC-Upstate (12/30/16) ... recorded 10 points versus Howard (01/14/17) ... registered 18 points in the road win at Bethune-Cookman (01/21/17) ... tallied 14 points and five assists (career-high) versus South Carolina State (01/28/17) ... produced 15 points versus Savannah State (01/30/17) ... had 10 points in the road win at Hampton (02/01/17) ... ended her sophomore campaign with 11 points versus Hampton (03/09/17) ... named to the 2017 MEAC Commissioner's All-Academic Team.

Played all 28 regular season games and started the final 14 contests ... Named team's Rookie of the Year ... finished second on the team in three-point percentage (31%) and third in free throws made (39) and total steals (23) ... In her collegiate debut versus Georgetown (11/13/15), she played six minutes and recorded a steal ... Registered nine points and five boards in the home win over USC-Upstate (11/15/15) ... Posted 10 points on 4-of-8 shooting in the win over Cheyney (11/24/15) ... In her first collegiate start againt Morgan State (01/11/16), she recorded seven points and six rebounds in a career-high 37 minutes ... Scored 10 points at Coppin State (01/30/16) ... Posted eight points and eight boards in the road win at Howard (02/01/16) ... Registered a career-high 12 rebounds versus Norfolk State (02/08/16) ... Tallied a season-high 12 points against South Carolina State (02/20/16) ... Tied a season-high with 12 points in the home victory over Florida A&M (02/22/16) ... Grabbed nine boards in the road win at Delaware State (02/27/16).

High School/Club:
A letterman in basketball … Earned numerous honors, including three-time All-Tournament selection, two-time All-Conference, All-Northwest honoree, and Most Valuable Player (MVP) … Guided her squad to multiple team accomplishments, including a undefeated regular season … Netted 30 points in a game and made eight threes in a game too.

Personal: Nickname is Keke … Born June 2, 1997 in North Carolina … Daughter of Keya Eaton … Has one sister, Amaya … Major is Biology ... Pre-game routine/superstition is listening to music … Most influential person is her mother … Best advice received/favorite saying is, “Accept the things you cannot change” … Personal athletic goal before the season is becoming a better player … Personal best sports moment is scoring the tying basket to force overtime against her rival … Personal athletic goal before graduation is becoming an important role player … Keke’s mother is her number one fan.


Total 3-Point FT Rebounds Scoring
Year GP-S Min/Avg fg-a % fg-a % ft-a % O-D tot avg a blk stl Pts-avg
'15-16 28-14 552/19.7 47-125 .376 11-35 .314 39-68 .574 30-61 91 3.3 13 1 23 144-5.1
'16-17 21-19 642/30.6 72-204 .353 12-47 .255 53-81 .654 24-51 75 3.6 31 3 23 209-10.0
TOTAL 49-33 1194-24.4 119-329 .362 23-82 .280 92-149 .617 54-112 166 3.4 44 4 46 353-7.2

Career Highs
Points: 19 (vs. Cheyney, Nov. 11, 2016)
Rebounds: 12 (vs. Norfolk State, Feb. 8, 2016)
Assists: 5 (vs. South Carolina State, Jan. 28, 2017)
: 4 (2x, last: at Florida Atlantic, Dec. 17, 2016)
Blocks: 1 (4x, last: vs. Howard, Jan. 14, 2017)
Minutes: 38 (at UMBC, Nov. 19, 2016)

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