Christopher Streeter

Dr. Christopher Streeter graduated from Westfield State College in 1999 with a BA in Psychology and BS in Education. He earned a Master’s Degree in Sport Psychology from California University of Pennsylvania, and holds a Doctorate in Performance Psychology from Grand Canyon University.

As a college coach, Streeter spent time with Westfield, Mount Holyoke, and UMass as an assistant coach. He completed a two-year stint as the head coach of the Bay Path women’s team in 2005-06, returning for a three-year stint as head coach at Bay Path from 2013-2015. He led the Elms College men’s team from 2009-12, leading the team to an 11-win season and an NCAA Tournament bid in 2012, as the team won the NECC Title and Streeter was named the circuit’s coach of the year.

Currently the head men’s soccer coach at Westfield State University and an academy coach with the New England Revolution, Streeter has also served as the Director of Coaching and Technical Development for Amherst Youth Soccer, Northampton Youth Soccer, and Hudson Youth Soccer. He has served as head coach for the U16, U17, an U18 boys GPS premier teams and was a player personnel coordinator for Nigeria, Argentina, Italy, and Greece during FIFA’s 1994 World Cup.

Christopher Streeter

Assistant Professor of Sport Management