Career: Malcolm-Peck completed her career ranking 13th in career 3-point field goals (87) and 14th in blocked shots (68) on CU's all-time charts.
2012-13 (Senior): Served as team captain for Colorado's first NCAA Tournament team since 2004. She played most of her minutes during the nonconference schedule as a variety of injuries limited her time in the second half of the season. She started the season opener against Idaho (11/11) where she recorded season-highs with seven points and eight rebounds. After missing game two at UMKC (11/18), she had her most consistent run, playing in 13 games and double-digit minutes in eight of those contests. Malcolm-Peck hit six of her seven 3-pointers on the season during this stretch as her percentages greatly improved from last year. She hit 30 percent on the season from 3-point range, compared to 19 percent the year before. Malcolm-Peck played four minutes in the Pac-12 Tournament quarterfinal win over Washington (3/8), scoring her final collegiate points on a nice fake and baseline drive for a layup. She appeared in the final two minutes of the NCAA loss to Kansas (3/23). Following the season, Malcolm-Peck was presented the Ceal Barry Colorado Pride Award, named after the CU Athletic Hall of Fame coach. In the spirit of the Coaches Award given out by Barry during her 22-year career on the Buffaloes bench, this award is given to the player who shows pride in the program through leadership on the court, campus and community, work ethic on the court and in the classroom and who is unselfish and coachable.
2011-12 (Junior): Averaged 4.3 points and 4.1 rebounds over 34 games, missing just one (San Francisco, 11/30), due to illness. Maintained her usual spot in the rotation, starting in 33 games, and will enter her senior year with the most games started (81), and played (98), by any current Buffalo. She ranked third on the squad in both offensive rebounds (63) and assists (43). Malcolm-Peck had 13 games with five or more rebounds, recording a season high with nine agianst UT-Pan American (12/20) and again during the overtime home loss to UCLA (1/29). She scored her 500th career point at California (2/25) on a first-half 3-pointer. Malcolm-Peck made just 20 free throws on the season, but none bigger than the decisive point in the road Pac-12 win against Washington State (1/7). She scored a season-high 12 points in the road win at Colorado State (11/20). She ended her season on a high note, averaging eight points and shot 43 percent from the field (6-of-14) in the Postseason WNIT games against Villanova (3/22) and at Oklahoma State (3/25).
2010-11 (Sophomore): Averaged 7.0 points and 4.6 rebounds per game, ranking fourth on the team in both categories. She topped CU in 3-point accuracy (minimum 50 attempts) at 35.8 percent (38-of-106) and was second on the team in 3-point field-goals made (38) and third in blocked shots (16). Her 3-point percentage ranked 13th overall on the Big 12 charts, and improved once the league season started. Malcolm-Peck made 40.8 percent (20-of-49) from downtown during the Big 12 schedule, the fifth best mark among conference combatants. She made two or more 3-point field goals in 12 games and hit 50 or percent better in 11 of those contests. Overall, she shot 50 percent or better from behind the arc in 13 outings. Malcolm-Peck played a big role in CU’s 66-60 overtime upset win over No. 17/16 Iowa State (1/15). Hobbled by a sore ankle, she scored 10 points on 3-of-4 from the field in an efficient 14 minutes and hit a pair of clutch free throws late in overtime to help seal the win. Malcolm-Peck had three double-doubles, two of which came off the bench. She scored a season-best 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in a hard-fought loss to No. 3 Baylor (3/5). Her other double-double off the bench was an 11-point, 10-rebound effort against North Dakota (1/4). She had 10 games of scoring in double-digits.
2009-10 (Freshman): Averaged 5.3 points, 3.7 rebounds, 1.1 blocked shots per game. She led the Buffaloes with 34 blocks, the fifth-best single-season mark by a freshman in team history. Malcolm-Peck ranked third among freshmen in the Big 12 in blocks and ninth overall on the league charts. She started 26 of 30 games, playing nearly 25 minutes per contest. She had a memorable collegiate debut, grabbing a personal-best 11 rebounds against UC Irvine, six of which came on the defensive end. Her 11 boards were the third most in team history by a freshman in her CU debut and the most in 27 years. Malcolm-Peck was named Big 12 Freshman of the Week on Dec. 28 after recording 10 rebounds, four points, four steals, three assists and three blocks against San Jose State (12/22). She was a perfect 4-of-4 from the 3-point arc against Yale (1/4), just one off the school record for 3-pointers without a miss in one game. Registered a career-best 19 points against Yale. She delivered one of the clutch performances of the season at Kansas State (1/20). After making just 7-of-16 free-throw attempts to begin her collegiate career, she sank two attempts with 17 seconds remaining to give CU a four-point lead and eventually a 63-57 road win. Her road magic continued a month later at Missouri (2/23) as she hit the game-winning shot in overtime, a layup with 55 seconds remaining.
High School: Meagan Malcolm-Peck was home schooled, graduating in May 2009. She had an outstanding four-year high school athletic career playing basketball for Horizon High School in Thornton as a junior and senior and ThunderRidge High School in Highlands Ranch as a freshman and sophomore. A 2009 Denver Post Colorado Class 5A All-State first team selection, Malcolm-Peck averaged 18 points and 8.4 rebounds guiding Horizon to a 25-2 record and a spot in the state semifinals. Playing alongside her twin sister and CU teammate Brenna Malcolm-Peck, the Hawks were the No. 1 ranked team in Colorado's largest classification for most of 2009 winning the Front Range League title and the Black Division crown at the Nike Tournament of Champions in Phoenix, where she was named MVP. Malcolm-Peck was a Street & Smith honorable mention All-American, All-Front Range League, All-Metro North Region Player of the Year, ESPN All-Area All-Colorado first team and was a Denver Nuggets All-Star playing in "The Show" with her sister and classmate Chucky Jeffery. Malcolm-Peck averaged 13 points and 8 rebounds as a junior helping the Hawks to a 17-7 record, the Front Range League title and the Class 5A "Sweet 16." She earned honorable mention to the Rocky Mountain News and Denver Post Class 5A All-State teams and was a first team All-Front Range Conference and All-Metro North Region pick. Meagan was a second team All-Continental League pick as a sophomore, leading ThunderRidge in scoring at 11 points per game helping her team to an 18-8 mark and an Elite Eight appearance. As a freshman she averaged 5 points and 1.6 rebounds as ThunderRidge was 21-4 and advanced to the Class 5A semis. Meagan is rated the 22nd best forward in the country and 95th overall by ESPN Hoopgurlz and 121st by the All-Star Girls Report. She played on numerous championship teams with her Colorado Elite Club Team which she participated in from eighth through 12th grade. In the summer of 2008 she played with the Blue Star Select Team, traveling to Reze, France, with her sister. She also participated in the Nike All-American camp.
Academics: Malcolm-Peck will graduate in May 2013 with her degree in business. She was named to the Academic All-Big 12 Women’s Basketball second team as a sophomore. In high school, Malcolm-Peck was a member of the Front Range League All-Academic team.
Personal: Meagan Malcolm-Peck was born on October 8, 1990 in Boulder 27 minutes after her twin sister Brenna. She also has one younger sister, Jacqueline (18). She is the daughter of Kirk Peck and Melissa Malcolm-Peck. She lists the biggest moment of her high school career as beating Regis her senior year on their home court. Meagan enjoys traveling and can play the piano.