Brian Streeter is entering his 22nd year as Behrend's Director of Athletics in 2018-19. A member of the multi-divisional Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Board of Directors and chair of the organization's Championships Committee, he recently completed his tenure on the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Water Polo Committee and served as chairman of the committee in 2009. He served on the Collegiate Water Polo Association Board of Directors in June 2010 and serves as the Secretary Rules Editor for NCAA Water Polo.
In 2001, Streeter was named one of two ECAC Jostens Administrators of the Year and served as the ECAC President during the 2004-05 academic year overseeing an organization which serves Divisions I, II, and III colleges and universities in locations from Maine to North Carolina.
The 2004-05 recipient of the General Robert R. Neyland Outstanding Athletic Director Award from the All-Amercian Football Foundation, Streeter was recognized "for his ongoing support of college athletics and his continued support of college football".
A past commissioner of the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference (AMCC), he participated in numerous AMCC subcommittees. He previously served on the NCAA Women's Soccer and Men's and Women's Water Polo Committees in addition to past service on the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Selection Committee for Women's Softball.
In addition, he has led the blue and white to consistent success in the AMCC as the Behrend Lions have captured eleven of the past twelve league Presidents Cups, presented to the most accomplished athletic program in conference competition.
Prior to joining Behrend, Streeter spent fourteen years as an assistant athletics director and head coach of men's basketball at Hobart College. He is a five-time winner of the Schoenfeld Regional Sportsmanship Award given by the College Basketball Officials Association. In 1995, he earned top honors for the same award nationwide. He also was named the Geneva, New York, American Red Cross Volunteer of the Year in 1993.
A graduate of Texas A&M University, he received his master's degree from Ithaca College. A past member of the NCAA Men's and Women's Water Polo Committee, he also serves as a board member of the American Red Cross and Visit Erie.