Honors & Awards
» 2014 Academic All-Big Ten
» Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2014, 2015, 2016)
» Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2012, 2014; Spring 2013, 2016)

2014 • Redshirt Freshman Season
Jordyn Beck played a key role as a bars specialist for the Huskers in 2014. Beck started off competing in the first five meets for NU earning her career-high 9.80 in the season opener against Northern Illinois. She suffered a season ending injury after Penn State and did not compete the rest of the year. Beck took her rehab seriously, worked hard and began practicing at the end of the season. She was honored with Academic All-Big Ten and made the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll for her efforts in the classroom. 

2013 • Freshman Season
Beck suffered a season-ending injury prior to the start of 2013. 

Before Nebraska
Beck joined the Huskers after training with McCrackens Gymnastics under coaches Mary McDaniel, Amber McCracken and Sarah Haase. Beck was a three-time Junior Olympic National Qualifier, finishing in a tie for sixth on bars in 2011 and third on bars and eighth in the all-around in 2008. Beck also qualified for Junior Olympic Nationals in 2011 after finishing second on beam at the Region III qualifying meet and adding a fourth-place finish on bars. An international elite level gymnast, Beck won a total of 15 state event and all-around titles in Kansas.

She chose Nebraska over Arkansas, Washington, Missouri and Kentucky.

Beck was born June 12, 1994 in Overland Park, Kan. She is the daughter of Kevin and Dawn Beck and has a brother, Austin and a sister, Mackenzi. Beck was a four year honor roll member at Blue Valley West in Overland Park and was also a National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society member. She majored in nutrition, exercise and health science at Nebraska and graduated in August of 2016. Beck was a four-time member of the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll.

Beck's Career Highs at Nebraska
Career Highs
  Bars: 9.80 (vs. Northern Illinois, 1/12/14)

2014 Season Highs
    Bars: 9.80 (vs. Northern Illinois, 1/12/14)