2003 -- Played in every Bruin match for the third straight season... Finished second on the team with 28 goals fourth with a 55 scoring percentage... Awarded All-MPSF honorable mention accolades for second consecutive year... Also named to the Academic All-American Excellent team and MPSF All-Academic team for the second straight year... Recorded a hat-trick on Sept. 28 against UC Irvine and followed it with a two-goal performance against UCSB on Oct. 4... Then on Oct. 5 against Long Beach State scored a season high four goals.
2002 -- One of only four Bruins to start all 23 contests ... Honorable Mention All-MPSF Selection ... Named to the MPSF All-Academic team ... Second on the team with 32 goals ... 43% shooting percentage led the Bruins ... Recorded 11 multi-goal matches ... Registered two four-goal performances against USC (Sept. 28) and Pacific (Oct. 5) ... Led the Bruins with 55 earned ejections ... Notched eight assists, eight field saves and seven steals.
2001 -- Appeared in all 21 games this season as a true freshman ... Sixth on the team in scoring with 12 goals ... Registered a hat trick in a 14-6 win over UC Irvine (Nov. 10) ... Second on the team in earned ejections (15) ... Scored first two collegiate goals in the first game of the season, a 12-2 win over UC Irvine (Sept. 8).
High School -- Lettered four years in water polo and three years in swimming at University HS in Irvine under coach John Pendleton ... One of the most prolific scorers in the country, Peck scored 300 goals during his high school career ... Three-time high school All-American, including two first-team honors (1999 and 2000) ... First-team all-CIF selection three times and league's Most Valuable Player senior season .
U.S. National Team -- Member of national team's training squad ... Played for U.S. in an international tournament in Greece.
Personal -- Full Name: Edwin Peck ... Born October 12, 1982 at Newport Beach ... Dreams of competing in the Olympics and winning an NCAA title ... Greatest athletic thrill was the Greece trip, where he "competed against players I have idolized since age 10" ... Patterns his play after NFL great William `Refrigerator" Perry, who was "huge, quick, and unstoppable".