Mo became nationally known when he was chosen for the U14 National Team. Shortly after Mo moved to the United States he attended HS in Maryland, where he eventually came under the tutelage of Bob Surrette and began an impression array of awards: Best Offensive Player of the Year, All Tournament Player. In college, Mo first attended the Lynn University (ranked #1 in NCAA II) and moved on to a full scholarship at the University of Rhode Island (NCAA I) and All tournament team Atlantic 10 Champion.
Mo appeared twice in NCAA I Tournament. Mo trained in Germany with Ismanning FC and 1860 Munchen, returning to New Hampshire where he plays on the NH Phantoms and coaches/trains Hollis Atlantic teams and varies clubs in New England.
Exposed to and trained in all positions of competitive play, Mo Keita currently specializes in forward and midfield responsibilities, and is skilled with both right and left feet, with great speed on and off the ball. Mo is one of the most experienced trainers in New England. Mo has worked for a number of years with Ben Brewster and Bob Surrette, most notably with NH Wildcat Soccer School.