Te Aroha Keenan is a New Zealand netball coach and former player in the Silver Ferns. Te Aroha Keenan played for the Silver Ferns in the 1980s. She later coached the Cook Islands national team at the 1999 Netball World Championships, as well as a multinational Team Pasifika in a test series against New Zealand, the New Zealand U21 team which won the 2005 World Youth Netball Championships, and as of 2008 was the New Zealand A coach.
Keenan was signed as the assistant coach for the Northern Mystics in the inaugural season of the ANZ Championship. After a lacklustre first season for the Mystics, she replaced Yvonne Willering as head coach for the 2009 season. During her coaching role, she took leave as Deputy Principal at Mt Albert Grammar School in Auckland. After two years as head coach for the Mystics, Keenan announced after the 2010 season that she would step down from the position, and would return to teaching.