Had 167 kills (1.72 per set) on .159 hitting with 129 digs (1.33 per set) and 58 blocks (0.60 per set) in her first season as a Tiger.
Had a career-high 12 kills on 33 attacks (also a career-best) in a four-set win at Alabama (10/7) all while totaling a career-best 15.0 total points in that match.
Also had 12 kills on 18 errorless attacks in a three-set sweep of Houston (8/31) while totaling three blocks (one solo, two assists).
Pulled in a career-best 12 digs at Tennessee (10/5) and was very good as a six-rotation player despite not playing all the way around during her high school and club days.
In Mizzou's five-set, comeback win over No. 17 Tennessee in the SEC opener, Peltier had a career-best three solo blocks.
Reset her career-high in total blocks (5.0) in a five-set loss at Tennessee (10/5).
Had 10 kills on 26 attacks with eight digs at Mississippi State (11/18).
Second-team AVCA/Under Armour All-American in 2011.
Ranked No. 98 on the PrepVolleyball.com Senior Aces list.
Played with USA Volleyball on the Youth National Team that won the NORCECA Youth Continental Championships in 2010.
Attended the USA Volleyball Youth National training camp in 2009 as well.
Earned a Bronze medal as a member of the USA Volleyball Girls' Select A1 program at the High Performance Championships in 2009.
All-State, All-Region and All-District pick in 2009 as a member of the Nixa High School volleyball team.
Holds the Nixa school record for kills in a single match, kills per set, solo blocks in a career and total blocks in a career.
She played club volleyball for Midwest Xplosion in 2006 as well.
Picked Mizzou over Oklahoma and Missouri State.
Rated the No. 3 recruit in the state of Missouri by ESPN's Eric Taylor.
Led her team in blocks and was second in digs during the 2011 season, showing her versatility and athleticism.
Born Jan. 23, 1994, to parents Brian and Vicki.
Has two other siblings: Dylan (brother) and Briana (sister).
Wayne Kreklow on Regan
"Regan is a great all-around player and her strength lies in the number of things, that at 6-2, she can do as a player. She hits a heavy ball, has good length and as a great feel for passing. She moves well and has a great chance of being a great six-rotation player for us. I expect Regan to also be someone who has the size and physical ability to compete immediately for playing time.