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Mike Peck

 
Profile
The 2020-21 season is Mike Peck’s fifth as associate head coach on Steve Henson's staff at UTSA.

Peck is UTSA's guard player development coach, while also assisting in game preparation and all aspects of the Roadrunner program.

A native of Gaylord, Mich., Peck’s impact on the Roadrunners is immense, shining over the last three seasons with dynamic guard play from standouts Jhivvan Jackson and Keaton Wallace. In 2019-20, Jackson finished second in the nation in scoring (26.9 points per game), setting C-USA and UTSA single-season records, in addition to shattering school marks for career and season scoring. Wallace starred alongside Jackson in the backcourt, assuming more point guard duties after the departure of three-year starter Giovanni De Nicolao, and still boasting 18.8 points and 4.5 rebounds per game. Senior wing Byron Frohnen, Peck's first recruit at UTSA, capped his do-it-all career as the program record in career starts, games played and rebounds.

In 2018-19, he helped direct UTSA to a second-place finish in Conference USA with a guard-hefty lineup that featured the nation’s top scoring backcourt in Jackson and Wallace. Peck worked directly with the duo as they each averaged over 20 points per game, helping to implement an exciting, fast-paced style of play that saw UTSA rank 19th in the NCAA in pace of play.

In 2017-18, Peck’s second season in San Antonio, the Roadrunners produced their most successful season of the decade. The team finished 20-15 overall, including an 11-7 C-USA record, a 12-4 home mark and only the program’s second postseason victory. UTSA placed fifth in the C-USA standings, defeated UTEP in the opening round of the league tournament, then earned an invitation to the 2018 CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament (CIT) where they hosted and defeated Lamar before bowing out in the event’s quarterfinal.

In addition to the 20 wins, which were the most for UTSA since the 2010-11 season, the program ranked sixth in the NCAA with an average of 28.9 defensive rebounds per game, 13th in overall rebounding at 39.8 per game, 16th with 353 made 3-pointers and in the top 20 percent with a scoring average of 78.3 points per game. Among C-USA teams UTSA ranked third in scoring, tops in rebounding and 3-pointers made per game (10.1) along with second in defensive field goal percentage (41.6).

Peck helped the Roadrunners collect numerous awards throughout the season and postseason.