Accolades: Named to 2010 America East Conference Fall Commissioner’s Honor Roll and to the National College Athlete Honor Society during the 2010-11 academic year.
Campus Academic Honors: Earned Dean’s List honors in the Spring 2010, Fall 2010 and Spring 2011 semesters.
2010: Contributed on the left side of the pitch, at both a wide midfield position and a left fullback at different times during the campaign… Started the final five games of the season and made 11 total starts on the year…Played every minute (490) of action in the last five games, four of which were post-season contests… Posted his lone point of the year, an assist, as he initiated Levi Hoaupeu’s game-tying goal with a long, accurate free kick in the 3-2 America East semifinal win over Stony Brook on Nov. 10
2009: Competed in 19 games and started 14 (of the first 15 games) during his first campaign with the Retrievers… Started the opener vs. Virginia Tech and recorded an assist on UMBC’s third goal in the 3-1 win… Scored his lone goal of the season against her former mates as he struck vs. Delaware on Sept. 4… Played all 90 minutes in the 2-0 win vs. Stony Brook on Oct. 7.
2008: Tied for the University of Delaware team lead with four goals in his initial campaign… All three Blue Hen wins occurred in games in which he hit the nets… Posted his first collegiate goal in the fifth minute in an eventual 2-1 win over La Salle in the fifth game of the campaign… Scored the game-tying goal (82nd minute) in a 2-2 draw with Rider… Scored the game’s first goal in an eventual 2-1 win over George Mason… Named The Wilmington Trust Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week as he scored a little more than three minutes into the overtime period to give Delaware a stunning 1-0 victory over conference foe VCU on Nov. 1… Put 20 of his 27 shots on goal… Competed in 18 of 19 games as a freshman and started 14.
Background: Majoring in business technology administration… A three-year letterwinner at Thomas S. Wootton High School… Named to the All-State squad (Honorable Mention) and to the All-Gazette Second-Team in 2007-08 …The honor roll student played on two club teams, the Potomac Soccer Club (2003-07) and the Potomac Academy Team (2007-08)… Lists favorite pro team as Arsenal and favorite movie as Finding Nemo… Has a younger brother, Ryan, who is 18… Son of Robin and Tim Streilein… Born Nov. 2, 1990.