Randy Peele

Special Assistant to the Head Coach
Missouri State University

Experience

2022 – Present: Assistant Coach/Special Assistant to the Head Coach, Missouri State University

2018 – 2022: Assistant Coach/Special Assistant to the Head Coach, Texas Southern University

2014 – 2018: Associate Head Coach, Tennessee State University

2013 – 2014: Assistant Coach, Georgia Southern University

2007 – 2012: Head Coach, Winthrop University

2003 – 2007: Assistant Coach, Winthrop University

1999 – 2002: Assistant Coach, Virginia Tech University

1995 – 1999: Head Coach, University of North Carolina-Greensboro

1991 – 1995: Assistant Coach, University of North Carolina-Greensboro

1988 – 1991: Assistant Coach, Campbell University

1985 – 1988: Assistant Coach, University of Tennessee-Martin

1983 – 1985: Assistant Coach, Saint Michael’s College

Education

1980: Virginia Wesleyan University, Bachelors, Secondary Education and History

Personal

Hometown: Norfolk, VA

Family: Debra (Wife) & Blair, Aaron, Brad (Children)

Career Highlights

Career Division I Wins
123

20+ Win Seasons (2)
2007-08, 1995-96

Winning Seasons (3)
2009-10, 2007-08, 1995-96

Conference Regular Season Championships (2)
2007-08, 1995-96 Big South

Conference Tournament Championships (3)
2009-10, 2007-08, 1995-96 Big South

NCAA Tournament Berths (3)
2009-10, 2007-08, 1995-96

As a Division I Head Coach, has led two different Big South Conference programs to a combined total of 123 wins, two Big South Regular Season Championships, three Big South Tournament Championships, and three NCAA Tournament berths

From 2018 to 2022,  helped lead Texas Southern to four consecutive winning seasons, as well as two SWAC Tournament Championships and three post-season berths (two NCAA Tournaments)

In 2021-22 and 2020-21, helped lead Texas Southern to consecutive SWAC Tournament Championships and NCAA Tournament berths

In 2018-19, assisted Texas Southern to the most single-season wins (24) in the program’s Division I history

Texas Southern’s scoring offense finished ranked 21st nationally in 2018-19, as well as 1st in the SWAC in 2020-21

From 2015 to 2017, assisted Tennessee State to consecutive winning seasons (17-13 & 20-11), helping rebuild a program that had only had two winning seasons in the 19 seasons prior

From 2007 to 2012, led Winthrop to 77 overall wins, 48-38 (.558) Big South record, one Big South Regular Season Championship, two Big South Tournament Championships, and two NCAA Tournament berths

As an Assistant Coach to Gregg Marshall at Winthrop from 2003 to 2007, helped lead program to three Big South Regular Season Championships, three Big South Tournament Championships, and three NCAA Tournament berths

In 1995-96, led UNC-Greensboro to only the third 20-win season in program history, as well as a Big South Regular Season Championship, Big South Tournament Championship, and NCAA Tournament berth

As a Division I Head Coach, recruited and coached seven all-conference team selections, as well as two Defensive Players of the Year

Head Coach Record