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EDUCATION
United States Sports Academy (2009-2010)

  • Graduated May 2010 with a Master of Sports Science degree in Sports Coaching.

  • Completed coaching internship with William Jewell College men's basketball program.

William Jewell College (2000-2004)

  • Graduated July 2004 with a bachelor's degree in Business Administration.

  • Served as a student manager for the men's basketball team and head videographer for the football team.

COACHING HISTORY
Currently serving as Varsity/Junior Varsity Boy's Basketball Assistant Coach at Bishop Miege High School in Shawnee Mission, KS (2014-Present)

  • Head coach of the program is Rick Zych (head coach at Bishop Miege from 1996-2012 and 2014-present).

2014-15 Season at Bishop Miege

  • Team improved from 5-16 to 20-5, a 15-win improvement that was the best in Kansas high school boys' basketball during the 2014-15 season.

  • Won Eastern Kansas League (EKL) regular season championship after having been picked to finish last.

  • Kansas 4A-Division I Substate Champions.

  • Won third place at 2015 Kansas 4A-Division I State Tournament.

  • Alston Jones (1st Team and MVP), Reggie Byers (2nd Team), Semaj Ray (2nd Team), and Jacob Meurer (Honorable Mention) received All-EKL honors.

  • Alston Jones (4A-Division I Second Team), Semaj Ray (4A-Division I Honorable Mention) and Jacob Meurer (4A-Division I Honorable Mention) received 2015 All-State honors from Topeka Capital Journal.

  • Alston Jones (All Classes Third Team and 4A-Division I First Team) and Semaj Ray (4A-Division I Second Team) received 2015 All-State honors from Wichita Eagle.

  • Alston Jones (4A-Division I Second Team) received 2015 All-State honors from the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association (KBCA).

  • Alston Jones (Honorable Mention) received 2015 All-Metro honors from the Kansas City Star.

  • Alston Jones named to 2015 Greater Kansas City Basketball Coaches Association (GKCBCA) and 2015 Kansas Basketball Coaches Association (KBCA) All-Star Game.

2015-16 Season at Bishop Miege

  • Kansas 4A-Division I State Champions.

  • Improved by two wins from the previous season going 22-3.

  • During 2015-16 season, team won 19 consecutive games to end the season after starting 3-3.

  • Won second consecutive EKL championship.

  • Kansas 4A-Division I Substate Champions.

  • Semaj Ray (1st Team), Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (1st Team), Bol Bol (2nd Team), and Francesco Badocchi (2nd Team) received 2016 All-EKL honors.

  • Semaj Ray (1st Team), Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (2nd Team), Bol Bol (3rd Team), and Francesco Badocchi (Honorable Mention) received 2016 All-State honors from Topeka-Capital Journal.

  • Semaj Ray (1st Team), Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (2nd Team), Bol Bol (Honorable Mention) received 2016 All-State honors from Wichita Eagle.

  • Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (1st Team), Semaj Ray (2nd Team), Bol Bol (Honorable Mention) received 2016 All-State honors from the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association (KBCA).

  • Semaj Ray (Honorable Mention) received 2016 All-Metro honors from the Kansas City Star.

  • Jeremiah Robinson-Earl named to Kansas 4A-Division I All-Tournament Team.

2016-17 Season at Bishop Miege

  • Kansas 4A-Division I State Champions.

  • Matched the previous season's win-loss record going 22-3.

  • Won third consecutive EKL championship.

  • Francesco Badocchi (1st Team), Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (1st Team), Semaj Ray (2nd Team), Ezekiel Lopes (Honorable Mention), and Landry Weber (Honorable Mention) received 2017 All-EKL honors.

  • Francesco Badocchi (1st Team), Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (1st Team), Semaj Ray (2nd Team), and Ezekiel Lopes (Honorable Mention) received 2017 Kansas 4A-Division I All-State honors from the Topeka Capital-Journal.

  • Jeremiah Robinson-Earl received 2017 All-State All-Class honors from the Wichita Eagle.

  • Francesco Badocchi (1st Team), Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (1st Team), and Semaj Ray (Honorable Mention) received 2017 Kansas 4A-Division I All-State honors from the Wichita Eagle.

  • Francesco Badocchi (1st Team), Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (1st Team), and Semaj Ray (2nd Team) received 2017 All-State honors from the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association (KBCA).

  • Francesco Badocchi and Semaj Ray selected to play in the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Game.

  • Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (1st team) received 2017 All-Metro honors from the Kansas City Star.

  • Head coach Rick Zych named recipient of the Lambert Coach of the Year Award by William Jewell College.

  • Jeremiah Robinson-Earl named to All-Tournament Team for the Kansas 4A-Division I Boys' Basketball State Tournament.

  • Francesco Badocchi named Most Outstanding Player of Kansas 4A-Division I Boys' Basketball State Tournament.

2017-18 Season at Bishop Miege

  • Kansas 4A-Division I State Champions.

  • Matched the previous season's win-loss record going 22-3.

  • Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (Most Valuable Player), Ezekiel Lopes (1st Team), Josh Earley (2nd Team), Jeremiah Garrett and Spencer Jones (honorable mention) received 2018 All-EKL honors.

  • Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (1st team), Ezekiel Lopes (3rd team), and Josh Earley (honorable mention) received 2018 Kansas 4A-Division I All State honors from the Topeka Capital-Journal.

  • Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (1st team) and Ezekiel Lopes (3rd team) received All-State All-Class honors from Sports in Kansas.

  • Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (1st team), Ezekiel Lopes (1st team), Josh Earley (2nd team), Jeremiah Garrett and Spencer Jones (honorable mention) received Kansas 4A-I All-State honors from Sports in Kansas.

  • Jeremiah Robinson-Earl received 2018 Kansas All-State All-Class honors from the Wichita Eagle.

  • Ezekiel Lopes selected to play in the Greater Kansas City Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Game.

  • Jeremiah Robinson-Earl named first-team All-Metro by the Kansas City Star.

  • Jeremiah Robinson-Earl named a finalist for the DiRenna Award.

  • Jeremiah Robinson-Earl named Kansas Gatorade Player of the Year.

  • Jeremiah Robinson-Earl named to the All-Tournament team for the Kansas 4A-Division I Boys' Basketball State Tournament.

  • Spencer Jones named Most Outstanding Player of the Kansas 4A-Division I Boys' Basketball State Tournament.

  • Jeremiah Robinson-Earl selected to play for Team USA in the 2018 FIBA U18 Americas Championships that won the gold medal.

2018-19 Season at Bishop Miege

  • Finished with a record of 19-3.

  • Kansas 4A Substate runners-up.

  • Won EKL regular season championship for the fourth time in five seasons.

  • Josh Earley (1st team), Spencer Jones (1st team), Mark Mitchell (1st team), Harrison Braudis (honorable mention), and Stone Jeffries (honorable mention) received 2019 All-EKL honors.

  • Spencer Jones (2nd team), Josh Earley (honorable mention), and Mark Mitchell (honorable mention) received 2019 Kansas 4A All-State honors from the Topeka Capital-Journal.

  • Spencer Jones (1st team), Josh Earley (2nd team), Mark Mitchell (2nd team), Harrison Braudis (honorable mention), and Stone Jeffries (honorable mention) received 2019 Kansas 4A All-State honors from Sports in Kansas.

  • Spencer Jones (2nd team), Josh Earley (honorable mention), and Mark Mitchell (honorable mention) received 2019 Kansas 4A All-State honors from the Wichita Eagle.

  • Spencer Jones and Josh Earley selected to play in the Sideline Sports Talk High School All-Star Stateline Showdown.

9th Grade Boys' Basketball Coach/Assistant Varsity Boys' Basketball Coach at Turner High School (Turner USD 202) in Kansas City, KS (2012-2013)

  • Head coach of the program was Rich Sula.

  • Freshman team improved the win total from four wins the year before to six wins.

  • Also assisted with the varsity program that qualified for the Kansas 5A Substate Playoffs.

Administrative Assistant Coach at William Jewell College in Liberty, MO (2009-2010)

  • Head coach of the team was Larry Holley.

  • Season record of 22-11.

  • Heart of America Athletic Conference Post-Season Tournament Champions.

  • Qualified for the NAIA Division I Men's National Basketball Championship.

  • Nick Larson (1st Team), Kyle Fisher (2nd Team), and Jonathan Benson (Honorable Mention) received All-HAAC honors.

  • Nick Larson named NAIA Division I Second Team All-American.

  • Jonathan Benson named NAIA Academic All-American.

Graduate Assistant Coach at Rockhurst University in Kansas City, MO (2005-2006)

  • Head coach of the team was Bill O'Connor.

  • Assistant coaches included Larry Park (current head women's basketball coach at Rockhurst University).

  • Season record of 12-15.

  • Finished fifth place out of seven teams in the Great Lakes Valley Conference West Division.

  • Kevin Martin named Honorable Mention All-GLVC.

  • Coached Aaron Hill (current head men's basketball coach at Culver Stockton College in Canton, Missouri)

Student Assistant Coach at William Jewell College in Liberty, MO (2004-2005)

  • Head coach of the team was Larry Holley.

  • Assistant coaches included Lee Kariker (former head coach at Moberly Area Community College) and B.J. Hair (current varsity assistant coach at Shawnee Mission East High School in Prairie Village, KS).

  • Defeated University of Missouri-Kansas City (NCAA Division I) in opening game of the season.

  • Defeated teams from NCAA Divisions I, II, and II, NAIA Divisions I and II, and NCCAA.

  • Season record of 31-6.

  • Heart of America Athletic Conference Regular Season and Post-Season Tournament Champions.

  • #1 Seed NAIA Division II Men's National Basketball Championship.

  • Reached second round of NAIA Division II Men's National Basketball Championship.

  • Drew Mathews named NAIA Division II Third Team All-American.

  • Adam Stout, Drew Mathews, Cody Ptacek, and Cam Cooper named NAIA Division II Academic All-Americans.

Win-loss record as a high school assistant coach:  107-31 (.775)
Win-loss record as a college assistant coach:  65-32 (.670)

Overall win-loss record as an assistant coach:  172-63 (.745)

DIVISION I ATHLETES COACHED

  • Francesco Badocchi, University of Virginia (2019 NCAA Men's Basketball Division I Champions)

  • Bol Bol, University of Oregon

  • Ryan Carmichael, Missouri State University

  • Jasir Cox, North Dakota State University (FCS football - 2018 NCAA Division I Football Subdivision Champions)

  • Dawson Downing, University of Missouri (FBS football)

  • Dylan Downing, University of Kansas (FBS football)

  • Josh Earley, University of Tulsa

  • Alston Jones, North Carolina Central University

  • Spencer Jones, Stanford University

  • Jeremiah Robinson-Earl, Villanova University

  • Landry Weber, Kansas State University (FBS football)

Honorable mention: Jeremiah Garrett is attending the United States Military Academy at West Point.

BROADCASTING HISTORY
Color Commentator at Avila University in Kansas City, MO (2010-2012)

PUBLISHED WORKS
Basketball's Zone Offense (2014)
Basketball's Motion Offense and the Four Corners (2013)
The Complete Guide to Basketball's Man-to-Man Defense (2013)

NOTABLE OPPOSING HEAD COACHES COACH PEEL HAS FACED

  • Mark Fox (former head coach at Nevada; current head coach at Georgia).

  • Ed Fritz (current head coach at Blue Valley Northwest High School; coach in the 2019 McDonald's High School All-America Game)

  • Larry Holley (former head coach at William Jewell College).

  • Gene Iba (former head coach at Pittsburg State University and Baylor University).

  • Steve Jenkins (Evangel University head coach, 2002 NAIA Division II Champion).

  • Rocky Lamar (MidAmerica Nazarene University head coach, 2007 NAIA Division II Champion).

  • Brad Soderberg (current assistant coach at Virginia, former head coach at Lindenwood University, Wisconsin, and Saint Louis University).

  • Mark Turgeon (former head coach at Wichita State and Texas A&M; current head coach at Maryland).

  • Rick Zvosec (formerly of University of Missouri at Kansas City, current Senior Associate Athletic Director at Arkansas State).

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