Brenton Peters is a graduate of the esteemed Cornell University, and played for four years in the Ivy League. During his time spent at Cornell, Brenton served as team captain and helped lead the team to a program record for single season wins (31) and its first Ivy League Championship (2012). He was selected as a College Baseball 360 Primetime Performer, and amassed All Ivy League Honorable Mention Selections both in his Junior and Senior year. He ended his career leading his class in all major offensive categories, finishing with 140 Games Played, 127 Hits, 77 runs, 25 doubles, six triples, four home runs, 49 RBIs, 66 walks and 15 stolen bases.
Upon Graduation, he returned home to serve as the Head Coach of his local American Legion Baseball team, the Post 34 Leesburg Rangers. In his first summer with the team he led them to the program’s first ever appearance in the District Championship. After a brief hiatus from coaching to pursue his career, he returned as Head Coach of the Post 34 Leesburg Rangers once again and led them to a Mid-Atlantic Region Title and a birth into the American Legion World Series hosted on ESPNU.