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Jamie Schleppenbach
Position: All-Around
Height: 5'2"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Lincoln, Neb.
High School: Pius X High School
Club: Nebraska School of Gymnastics
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Honors & Awards
- 2014 All-American: First Team: BB-3rd
- 2014 Academic All-Big Ten
- 2014 Nebraska Student-Athlete HERO Leadership Award
- 2014 Tom Osborne Citizenship Team
- 2014 Nebraska Student-Athlete Honor Roll: Spring 
- 2013 Academic All-Big Ten
- 2013 Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll: Fall
- 2012 All-Big Ten Championship Team: V
- 2012 Big Ten Gymnast of the Week: March 12
- 2012 Academic All-Big Ten
- 2012 Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll: Fall
- 2011 First-Team All-America: V
- 2011 All-Big 12 Championship Team: V
- 2011 All-Big 12: V
- 2011 Big 12 Newcomer of the Week: March 8, March, 15
- 2011 Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll: Spring
- 2011 Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll: Fall

2014 • Senior Season  
Jamie Schleppenbach (pronounced SHLEP-en-bach)
 returned to the Husker lineup in 2014 bringing considerable experience and strong performances over her time as a Husker. She earned first team All-America honors at the 2014 NCAA Championships after posting her career-high 9.90 on beam in the Semifinals to boost NU to its 11th appearance at the Super Six Finals. 

Schleppenbach, logging 15 performances on beam was one of the Huskers most consistent workers never dropping below a 9.75 during the regular season. Her hard work paid off at the NCAA Event Finals where she put together a seamless 9.8875 routine that tied for third-place overall.

The two event specialist also contributed vital performances on floor all season long. Only missing one meet Schleppenbach claimed her career high mark of 9.85 at Penn State in early February. She also earned her second Academic All-Big Ten honor as a PR and advertising major during the season.

2013 • Junior Season
Jamie Schleppenbach fell to a season-ending injury during warm-ups at the Masters Classic in late February.

Prior to her injury, Schleppenbach was plugged into the Husker lineup as a two-event specialist early in the season. She contributed solid scores on vault and floor to boost Nebraska’s team efforts in five total appearances. The junior captured two vault titles in just four showings on the event, taking home top honors at Michigan in January and against Illinois in early February. She earned Academic All-Big Ten honors in March for her performance in the classroom.

2012 • Sophomore Season
Schleppenbach appeared in all-around competition 11 times during her sophomore season, capturing three individual vault titles as well as one beam title and her first career all-around title. Schleppenbach was instrumental in Nebraska's key road win over Utah in early March, tying or capturing new career-highs on vault (9.950), beam (9.900) and all-around (39.575) en route to winning the event titles on all three. She was recognized as the Big Ten Gymnast of the Week on March 12 for her efforts against the Utes.

Schleppenbach earned second-team All-Big Ten honors during the regular season. After finishing in a tie for second on vault (9.925) at the Big Ten Championships in Iowa City, she was also awarded a spot on the All-Big Ten Championship Team. Additionally, Schleppenbach's work in the classroom earned her an Academic All-Big Ten selection during her sophomore season.

2011 • Freshman Season
Jamie Schleppenbach captured first-team All-America honors on vault at the 2011 NCAA Championships while helping the Huskers to a fourth-place team finish at the Super Six Team Finals. 

Schleppenbach developed into a key asset for Nebraska on vault and beam in her freshman season. She posted a 9.90 (third place) on vault at the NCAA Championship Semifinals, then added a 9.95 on the event at the Super Six Team Finals. She notched a 12th-place finish on vault at the Event Finals, capping her freshman campaign.

She tied for fourth on vault and earned All-Big 12 Championship Team honors with a score of 9.85 at the conference championships. In addition, she tallied All-Big 12 accolades on vault.

Schleppenbach earned two vault titles on the year and claimed career highs of 9.95 on vault, 9.80 on beam and 9.775 on floor in 2011. She was named the Big 12 Newcomer of the Week on March 8 and March 15.

In the classroom, Schleppenbach earned a spot on the Big 12 Commissioner's Spring Honor Roll.

Before Nebraska
Schleppenbach competed for coaches Tim and Rachel Garrison at Nebraska School of Gymnastics in Lincoln. She was the 2005 and 2006 Level 9 Region IV All-Around Champion. She took second in the all-around at the 2009 Level 10 Region IV Championships, while placing fifth in the all-around at the 2010 Region IV Championships. She competed at the Level 10 Junior Olympic National Championships in 2010 and took fourth on vault.

A 2010 graduate of Pius X High School, she was a member of the honor roll and was involved in various clubs and volunteer activities.  

Personal
Jamie Schleppenbach was born on March 25, 1992 in Lincoln, Neb. She is the daughter of Gary and Jolene Schleppenbach and has three brothers, Nick, Eric and Jake. Jamie is an advertising and public relations major at Nebraska and earned a spot on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll in the fall of 2012. She also claimed a spot on the Big 12 Commissioner's Spring Honor Roll in 2011. 

Schleppenbach's Career Highs at Nebraska
Career Highs
  All-Around: 39.575 (at Utah, 3/9/12) 
  Vault: 9.95 (4 times, last at Utah, 3/9/12)
  Bars: 9.875 (at Utah, 3/9/12)
  Beam: 9.90 (at Utah, 3/9/12)
  Floor: 9.85 (4 times, last at Penn State, 2/8/14)

2014 Season Highs
  Beam: 9.875 (at Oregon State, 3/1/14)
  Floor: 9.85 (at Penn State, 2/8/14)

2013 Season Highs
  Vault: 9.925 (vs. Illinois, 2/1/13)
  Floor: 9.85 (2 times, last at Penn State, 2/10/13)

2012 Season Highs
  Vault: 9.950 (2 times, last at Utah, 3/9/12)
  Bars: 9.875 (at Utah, 3/9/12)
  Beam: 9.900 (at Utah, 3/9/12)
  Floor: 9.850 (at Utah, 3/9/12)

2011 Season Highs
  Vault: 9.95 (2 times, last at NCAA Super Six Team Finals, 4/16/11)
  Beam: 9.80 (vs. Iowa State, 3/13/11)
 
Floor: 9.775 (2 times, last vs. Utah, 1/22/11)

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