In 2007, Peak helped guide the Dolphins to a 7-2 conference mark and finishing 11-7-2 overall (the fourth-highest win total in school history). Under Peak's tutelage, freshman goalie Matt Gilman posted six wins (four of them shutouts) and 31 saves en route to earning second team all-conference honors.
Prior to JU, Peak worked as head goalie coach, camp director and head coach for the under-15 boy's team with the Jaguar Soccer Club of Jacksonville. He also had stints as an assistant coach with the Ontario Soccer Association (2005-06) and the Ultimate Goal Soccer School (2000-05).
A four-year letterwinner at North Florida from 2001-05 as a midfielder, Peak started 51 of 55 games for the Ospreys while ranking in the top 10 in assists, games played and games started in the career record book.
As a junior team captain, he enjoyed his best season by leading the team with six assists while ranking second in points (10), third in shots (31) and fourth in goals (two). His assist total ranked sixth in the Peach Belt Conference and was also named "Player of the Week" that same season.
A native of London, Ontario, Peak was named to the Canadian under-21 national team and also earned a spot on the Ontario Provincial Team. He also had a stint with the Cocoa Expos of the United Soccer League Division 3 Player Development League.
He earned his bachelor's degree in sports management with a minor in exercise physiology at North Florida in 2006.