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Charlie Streep

Midfield
Position
5'10''
Height
182 lbs.
Weight
Senior
Class
New Canaan, Conn.
Hometown
Loomis-Chaffee/Bucknell
High School

2013
All-ACC Academic Team
Appeared in all 15 of UVa’s games
Ran with UVa’s second midfield
Tallied seven goals and one assist for eight points
Scored a clutch goal in UVa debut against Drexel (Feb. 16) that put the Cavaliers up late in the fourth quarter
Found nylon for a season-high two goals against Johns Hopkins (March 23)
Also scored goals at Stony Brook (Feb. 23), at Syracuse (March 1), against Bellarmine (April 20) and against Maryland (April 26)
Dished an assist against Vermont (March 5)
Picked up 10 ground balls, including a season-high three against North Carolina (April 6)

PREVIOUS SCHOOL
Transfers to Virginia after spending four years at Bucknell
Missed the 2012 season with a lower extremity injury
Will be a graduate student at UVa’s Curry School and have one season of eligibility
Was a 2011 USILA honorable mention All-American and a first-team All-Patriot League honoree
In 2011 Started all 17 of Bucknell’s contests, producing 28 goals and nine assists for 37 points
Named Patriot League Tournament MVP after collecting hat tricks in both games against Lehigh and Colgate
Led Bucknell to the 2011 Patriot League title and NCAA appearance
Tallied three goals against UVa in wild 2011 NCAA First Round game that Virginia won in OT, 13-12
Comes to UVa with 76 career goals, 28 career assists and 104 career points
Played attack and midfield for the Bison

HIGH SCHOOL
Was a 2007 graduate of New Canaan HS
Played a year of post grad with former UVa captain Matt Kugler at Loomis Chaffee (Conn.)
Was an All-Founders League honoree in 2008
While at NCHS in 2007 was an all-conference, all-state and All-American selections
Had 30 goals and 12 assists as a senior at NCHS

PERSONAL
Son of Dana and Mary Streep
Has three siblings, Jonathan, Kyle and Sunny
Father played shortsop at Lafayette
Born in Montclair, N.J.

Streep’s Career Bucknell/Virginia Statistics