Bergen Beck
Bergen  Beck


Seattle, Wash.

High School:
University Prep '04


Dist. Free/IM

Exercise Biology

2006-07: Scored total of 24 points at the Big West Championships... Made consolation finals in three events, earning 9th in both 1,000 (10:39.32) and 1,650 free (17:57.15) plus 12th in the 200 IM... Was one of only three Aggies to compete in the 400 IM during the season, posting season-best 4:42.14 at Akron Invite.

2005-06: Scored 17.0 points at Big West Conference Championships... Placed 10th in both 1,650 free (17:53.55) and 400 IM (4:37.87)... Added 14th-place points in 1,000 free (10:40.85)... Hit season-best 10:39.04 in 500 free in dual vs. UC Santa Barbara... Best 200 IM was 2:14.14 in prelims at Big West meet.

2004-05: Scored 25.0 team points at Big West Conference championships... Placed 8th in 1,000 free (10:24.44), 10th in 1,650 (17:38.74), 10th in 400 IM (4:35.48)... Time in 1,000 ranks 2nd in school history behind teammate Michelle Jennings... Mile mark ranks 7th all-time while 400 IM performance is 8th... Won 1,650 in dual at Cal Poly with then-best 17:41.27.

UNIVERSITY PREP '04: Set school records in 200 IM, 200 free relay and 400 free relay... Qualified for Washington state championships in at least three events all four years, leading team to a 4th-place finish... Highest individual finish was 6th place in 500 free in each of 2001, 2002 and 2003 seasons... Also captured 8th in 200 free as a sophomore, 9th in 200 IM as a senior... Top relay finish was 3rd in 200 free relay, both as a freshman and sophomore... Twice earned NISCA All-America consideration: 200 free relay in 2000, 400 free relay in 2002... Four-year All-Star honoree... Also competed for Cascade Swim Club from 2000-2004.

PERSONAL: Born in Seattle, Wash.... Majoring in exercise biology... Daughter of Fred Beck and Colie Hough-Beck... Proudest personal accomplishment was breaking a 20-year-old record in the 100 IM at a summer league meet... Career highlight was helping her high school team place 4th at the state championships.