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Prior to his arrival at Oakland City University, Peck coached at Culver-Stockton College in Canton, Missouri, leading the Wildcats for two seasons, including a record of 6-11-1 (.361) in 2010, tied for the most single season wins in school history while marking the highest winning percentage in over a decade. The Wildcats had six all-conference players, three NSCAA All-Central Region Academic and one Dakstats NAIA All-American student during Peck's tenure. The 2010 team was honored with the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Academic All-American Team award.
Prior to Culver-Stockton, Peck was hired to start the National Junior College Collegiate Association (NJCAA) Division I program in 2005 at Jefferson College in Hillsboro, Missouri. He coached the Vikings for four seasons, leading them to an overall record of 73-20-7 (.785), including winning the 2006 NJCAA Division I Junior College National Championship. The national championship was and is the first and only in the college's 46 year history.
During his four years at Jefferson College, the Vikings won one conference championship, four Region XVI championships, made four Sweet Sixteen, three Elite Eight, one Final Four and one national championship game appearances. In Peck's last season, the Vikings finished with a 19-4-1 record while gaining a Sweet Sixteen appearance in the NJCAA National Tournament.
Peck completed his undergraduate degree in Modern Foreign Language-Spanish with a minor in Business Administration at Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana. He earned a Masters in Education with an emphasis in Sport Management from Missouri Baptist University in St. Louis, Missouri.
Coach Peck is married to Wendy Sebastian-Peck and they have two children, a son Kai and daughter Mya.