Peyser was traded to the Bayhawks in January of 2014 to Ohio, in exchange for a 2015 2nd round Collegiate Draft pick, and a 2015 1st round Supplemental Draft pick. He brings a ton of talent to an already deep Bayhawks midfield core.
(Long Island Lizards)
Peyser was picked up by the Lizards when the Pride folded after the 2008 season. He remained a standout at midfield, recording 84 goals, 14 two-pointers, and 16 assists, totaling 114 points, and adding 82 ground balls. He was named to multiple All-Star Games as a Lizard, and even contributed at X.
(New Jersey Pride)
Peyser was drafted 5th overall in the 2008 MLL Collegiate Draft by the New Jersey Pride, where he was given the opportunity to play with his two older brothers, Michael and Gregory. He played in 10 games for the Pride, tallying 19 goals and 2 assists for 21 points, and adding 26 ground balls.
Peyser won two National Championships while playing for legendary coach Dave Pietramala at Johns Hopkins University. He was a 2006 USILA All-American, and was named to the 2007 NCAA All-Tournament Team.
Peyser was a four-sport standout at Cold Spring Harbor High School, where he played lacrosse, football, hockey, and basketball. He was a two-time All-American in lacrosse, and a three-time All-Nassau County selection in football.
Peyser was born to Michael and Barbara Peyser on July 28, 1986, in Lloyd Harbor, New York. He graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 2008 with a degree in Political Science.