Honors & Awards
- Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2014)
- Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2014; Spring 2014, 2015)
- Team Captain (North Florida)
- No. 166 National rank (HS)
- No. 44 Southeast rank (HS)
- No. 20 Florida rank (HS)
Beau Treyz was a regular in the Nebraska singles and doubles lineups as a senior in 2013-14. Treyz went 13-12 overall playing primarily at the No. 4, 5 and 6 singles positions, including a 7-4 record in the fall. One of NU's top doubles players, he split time with Marc Herrmann and fellow senior Tom Blackwell at the No. 2 spot, where he finished with a 17-11 mark. Treyz went 9-3 in doubles play during the fall and 1-3 against Big Ten competition during the spring.
Off the court, Treyz was a member of the inaugural Tom Osborne Citizenship Team for his commitment to community service. He also claimed a spot on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll in the spring of 2014.
Treyz played for North Florida before deciding to transfer to Nebraska. Treyz competed in both singles and doubles at North Florida, playing as high as the No. 1 doubles spot, while regularly competing at No. 4 and No. 5 singles. Treyz also assumed a leadership role for North Florida as a team captain.
In his freshman year 2010-11, Treyz tallied a 10-11 singles mark, including 7-2 in the Atlantic Sun and was a perfect 4-0 at No. 6 singles. Treyz played mainly at No. 5 singles and posted a 5-5 record and also saw time at No. 3 (0-1) and No. 4 singles (1-5). Treyz put together a six-match unbeaten streak from March 18 through April 10, which included a straight-set victory over Belmont’s Christopher Bates on March 26. Treyz was 9-14 at doubles and played at the No. 1 (5-9), No. 2 (0-3) and No. 3 (4-2) spots. Treyz had two singles wins and a doubles win with Moritz Buerchner at the 2010 Gator Invitational. Treyz won a consolation match over Florida Atlantic’s Derek Madon at the 2010 Southeast Regional Championships.
A three star recruit out of high school, Treyz was ranked No. 166 on the national recruiting scene coming out of Bolles School. Treyz was No. 44 in the southeast and No. 20 in the state of Florida, and competed in the USTA National Open.
A native of Jacksonville, Fla., Beauregard is the son of Mary and Peter Treyz. He has one brother, Gus, and one sister, Henrietta. An English major, Treyz was a three-time member of the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll.