Peg started her volleyball career in 1976 at Westhill High School in Stamford where she was coached by Winnie Hamilton. She competed on the varsity level for three years and was selected as team captain in her senior season. While playing for Westhill, they enjoyed county championships and the team was the Class LL runner-up. She was selected to the All-FCAIC team. She also lettered in basketball and was county and state champion in the high jump while on a member of the Westhill track and field team.
Peg was honored by becoming the first female athlete to have her number retired in Stamford (#10).
After graduation from Westhill, Peg continued her academic and volleyball carer at Rutgers University where she received the Scholar-Athlete award, was a two-time MVP, and was selected to the all-conference team four times. While Peg played for Rutgers, they won the Atlantic-10 conference championship. Her squad also qualified for the NCAA Championship tournament.
Presently, Peg is the Head volleyball coach at Yale University where her teams have compiled a 227-128 record during her 13-year tenure, including six 20-win seasons. She serves on the editorial board of Coaching Volleyball magazine and still competes on a USVBA/USA women’s AA club team.
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