In his first year with the Camels, Charriez helped the men's team to program-best third and 12th place finishes, respectively, at the NESCAC and NCAA Championships. He also guided Samuel Gill to the 2014 NCAA title in the 100 Back. The women's team meanwhile placed fifth and 16th, respectively, at conference and national championships. In all, Charriez coached 11 Connecticut College swimmers to All-America honors and the teams combined to break 28 school records in 2014. Last season, the Camels broke a combined 14 school records and eight swimmers earned All-America honors. The men's team finished third at the NESCAC Championships and 19th at NCAAs, while the women took home sixth at the conference championship.
Charriez was a four-year member of the Kenyon Lords swim team that won the 2013 NCAA Championship and finished second in 2011 and 2012. He was a three-time NCAA qualifier and earned All-America honors twice in the 100 Fly and once in the 200 Fly. In 2013, Charriez received the Coaches' Award in memory of Joseph O'Daniel, given by the coaches to a swimmer who best demonstrates the true spirit of Kenyon Swimming. Charriez graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics.