AS A SENIOR (2009-10)
Played in 19 games, making her first career start on Senior Night against St. Bonaventure ... season-high four points vs. George Washington, Ball State and Mount St. Mary's ... season-high two blocks vs. La Salle.
AS A JUNIOR (2008-09)
Played in 30 games ... finished season 15th in the A-10 with 23 blocks ... season-high 15 points and seven field goals vs. Penn ... game-high eight rebounds vs. Cornell ... 11 points vs. Niagara ... tied season-high with eight rebounds vs. Brown ... hit career first 3-pointer vs. Massachusetts in the A-10 Championship.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2007-08)
Played in all 30 games ... recorded her first career double-double, scored 15 points and pulled down a career-high 11 rebounds vs. Eastern Michigan ... game-winning foul shot at William & Mary ... was a perfect 8-8 from the foul line at Fordham ... 10 rebounds vs. La Salle ... finished the 2007-08 season tied for 10th in the Atlantic 10 in blocked shots.
AS A FRESHMAN (2006-07)
Played in 20 games ... made her collegiate debut by recording a team-best two blocks in five minutes of action vs. Niagara ... played 11 minutes and scored three points vs. Youngstown State ... two rebounds in four minutes of actions vs. Morgan State ... four rebounds and three points in 15 minutes of action at West Virginia ... one rebound and one assist at Xavier ... had three boards, a block and steal at La Salle ... season-highs with eight points and nine rebounds in 33 minutes at #8 George Washington.
Averaged 15.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 4.0 blocks per game en route to being named a first team All-NCAC and All-State honoree ... Morgantown took the Class AAA runner-up trophy in 2006 at the state championship and enjoyed a run of 18-straight victories over the season's span ... the Mohigans reigned as 2005 West Virginia State champs ... earned a spot on the West Virginia All- Tournament team, the Kroger Holiday Classic All-Tournament team and was named to the All-Dominion Post squad ... named to the West Virginia All-Star team ... teammate of fellow Dukes guard Keri Pryor.
Full name is Amanda Shea Peck ... a sociology major with emphasis on criminal justice ... enjoys photography and art ... her father played basketball at Concord University from 1967-68 and played for the All-Navy squad out of Norfolk, Virginia from 1969 to 1971 ... born May 11, 1988.
Peck's Career Highs
||16 vs. Binghamton, 12/4/07
|Field Goals Made
||8 vs. Binghamton, 12/4/07 07
|Field Goals Attempted
||12 vs. Penn, 11/22/08
|Field Goal Percentage (minimum 6 attempts)
||.667 vs. Niagara, 11/28/08
|3-Pt. Field Goals Made
||1 vs. Massachusetts, 3/6/09
|3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted
||2 vs. Massachusetts, 3/6/09
|3-Pt. Field Goal Percentage (minimum 2 made)
||8 at Fordham, 1/27/08
||9 vs. Eastern Michigan, 12/20/07
|FT Percentage (minimum 4 made)
||1.000 at Fordham, 1/27/08
||11 vs. Eastern Michigan 12/28/07
|| 3 at George Washington 2/2/07
|| 1 (last) at Charlotte, 2/7/09
||5 vs. Niagara, 11/28/08
||2 (last) vs. St. Bonaventure, 1/28/09
||35 vs. Eastern Michigan 12/28/07