Tim Peete, a Memphis native, spent two years at UNCG as a graduate assistant manager on head coach Wes Miller's staff in 2016-17 & 2017-18. Peete helped the Spartans win the Southern Conference regular season championship last year. The Spartans won a program-record 25 games during the 2016-17 season, including a team-record 14-4 mark in league play and triumphing that record the following year with 27 wins and a 15-3 record in conference. UNCG advanced to the postseason for the second-straight year, earning the SoCon's automatic bid into the National Invitation Tournament (NIT). The following season, he helped the Spartans clinch another regular season champion as well as a conference championship, giving the Spartans their first automatic bid to the NCAA tournament in 17 years.
Peete was a four-year letter winner at Tulsa under head coaches Doug Wojcik and Danny Manning. He played in 129 games during his career, including 61 starts at the guard and forward positions. He helped Tulsa posted a 74-56 record during his four seasons. While being a 3 year captain.
In his senior season, Peete played in all 34 games, starting 33 games for the Hurricane on its way to a 21-13 overall record and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament as Conference USA Champions. He averaged 5.3 points and 3.3 rebounds per game as a senior while also earning the Conference USA Spirit of Service Award.
In 2012-13, he helped Tulsa to a 17-16 overall record and an appearance in the College Basketball Invitational (CBI). He made 33 appearances and started 18 games as a junior. His play also helped Tulsa record a 17-14 record as a sophomore and a 19-13 record as a freshman.
Peete earned his Bachelor's degree in Business Management from Tulsa in 2014 and his master’s in Applied Arts and Science from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 2018.
"We are extremely excited to have Coach Peete at Chipola. He is an up and coming star in the coaching ranks. He's played at the level our athletes aspire to get to and learned under some great coaches. He has a temendous work ethic and really understands the game."
-Brendan Foley, Chipola Head Men's Basketball Coach