Career: Played in 62 games starting 18 of them playing 2080 minutes... scored three goals while recording two assists.
2017: Played in 15 games for 316 minutes... Scored two goals, both in his Senior Day game against Campbell, a game PC won 5-0... Was a member of the Blue Hose's first Big South Championship and NCAA Tournament appearance.
2016: Played in 16 games with one start for 310 minutes…Earned an assist in a 3-2 double-overtime loss to Gardner-Webb (11/2)…Took three shots with two on target for a .667 shots-on-goal percentage.
2015: Appeared in 16 games and made nine starts ... Tied the team-high with one goal and two points ... Took 16 shots and put two shots on goal ... Scored hits goal in the 68th minute at Liberty (10/31) ... Generated two shots against Texas Rip Grande Valley (9/13) and Longwood (10/16) ... Took three shots against Coastal Carolina (10/7) ... Took five shots and put one on goal against Gardner-Webb (10/28).
2014: Played in all 15 games, starting in eight of them... Logged 617 minutes... Played a season-high 72 minutes against Longwood (10/18)... Recorded an assist against Gardner-Webb (10/29)... Registered seven shots, including two on goal against USC Upstate (9/20) and Liberty (11/1).
High School: Captured four straight First Team All-Conference selections, four straight All-County honors and three straight All-Region Top 11 laurels... Served as the team captain for all four seasons and was named the WNCAC Conference Player of the Year and the team MVP in 2013 after logging 54 goals and 40 assists in his high school career... For club team HFC 95 Red, Huppe helped the squad grab two top-four finishes at the NCYSA State Cup and an FC Alliance Fall Classic Championship, as well as a trip to the 2013 USYSA Regionals for Region III.
Personal: Steven Michael Huppe was born in Asheville, N.C. … Son of Armand and Diane Huppe… Plans to major in pre-engineering… Chose PC for Division I soccer and academics… Cites his parents as his biggest influence.