2002 - Played in two games ... Named UCLA's Most Improved Player.
2001 - Played in two games after joining the team mid-season ... Saw action against Cal State Fullerton and St. Mary's.
2000 (UCSC) - Scored 13 points on five goals and three assists for the UC Santa Cruz Banana Slugs, which compiled a 14-6-1 record on the year ... Took 23 shots.
1999 (Irvine Valley College) - Played as a forward for coach Martin McGrowgin at Irvine Valley College ... Was the team's third-leading scorer with seven goals and three assists ... Scored two goals in Irvine Valley's 8-0 win over Oxnard at the Hartnell College Tournament Sept. 5 and was named to the all-tournament team ... Also scored two goals in a 2-0 victory over San Diego City College Sept. 17.
High School - Played with current teammate Zach Wells at Newport Harbor HS from 1994-98 ... Earned three varsity letters ... As a senior, he was selected team Defensive MVP and earned first-team all-league honors ... Played club soccer with the Pateadores, which won the Premier League championship and the Nomad Tournament in 1998.
Personal - Describes his greatest athletic thrill as getting to play against the U.S. Under-20 national team for about 30 minutes during the spring 2001 season ... Admires cyclist Lance Armstrong ... Hobbies include surfing ... Father Bob Kreuter also attended UCLA ... Full name is Chapin Howe Kreuter ... Born October 27, 1979 in Santa Ana, CA ... Psychology major.