Jaime Rendich Beck Athlete Profile

#11 Jaime Rendich Beck

Jaime Rendich Beck
Positions: Midfielder, Forward Height: 5-7 Roster Years: 2002-2005 Hometown: Canyon Country, CA Last School: Canyon High School



All-America

  • 2005 NSCAA/Adidas Third Team
  • 2005 Soccer Buzz Third Team

Personal

  • Parents: Penny and Robert 
  • Siblings: Rebecca, Wendy, Camie, Nicole, Kathleen and Allison 
  • Spouse: Jason Beck, plays QB for BYU

Before BYU

  • President's Honor Roll 2000 and 2001 
  • Scholar Athlete 2000 and 2001  
  • HS Rookie of the Year 1999 
  • First-team All-League 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002 
  • First-team All Valley in 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002  
  • Second-team All CIF 1999, 2000 and 2001 
  • First-team All-CIF 2002
  • HS team leading scorer 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002 
  • HS team MVP 2000, 2001 and 2002 
  • Club: Valley United Stars / Southern California Blues 
  • Southern Cal State Cup Champions 1995, 1996 and 1998
  • Regional Champions 1996 and 1998 
  • Olympic Development Program State Team 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 and 2001
  • ODP Regional IV Team 1998, 1999 and 2000 
  • National Camp 1999 
  • ODP National Championship 2000

Stats

 

Year Games Played Shots Goals Assists Points
2002 22 22 3 3 9
2003 24 53 6 10 22
2004 21 65 9 3 21
2005 21 62 11 7 29
Career 88 202 29 23 81

            


2002 | Freshman Year

  • Fed game-winning assist to Jeni Viernes in 2-1 win over No. 3 Portland 
  • First goal of season put Cougars up 4-1 vs. SDSU
  • Key assist to Kimmie Davis vs. No. 24 Utah in MWC regular-season title game gave BYU 1-0 lead 
  • Grabbed two more goals in 9-2 win over SDSU in MWC tourney 
  • Notched an assist in 5-1 win over New Mexico in MWC tourney championship

2003 | Sophomore Year

  • Started in 24 of 26 games for the Cougars 
  • Scored the first two goals of the season for BYU as she lifted BYU past Colgate 2-0 
  • Dished out 10 assists for second most on the team 
  • Her PK shot in shootout put BYU 3-2 against Villanova in the "Sweet Sixteen"  
  • Scored the Cougars only goal in the "Elite Eight" against UConn 
  • Made the game-winner against Weber and Gonzaga 
  • Her assist to Terra Bigelow put BYU up 1-0 against No. 2 Florida

2004 | Junior Year

  • Team leader with nine goals and 21 points on the season 
  • Started all 21 games  
  • First to score for BYU in seven games 
  • Scored game-winning goal four times
  • MWC First Team
  • MWC Tournament Team 
  • MWC leader in goals and assists
  • Second in MWC with 65 shots, 3.10 per game 
  • Tallied three assists for second most on the team  
  • NSCAA/Adidas All-West Region Third Team 2004 
  • Soccer Buzz All-West Second Team

2005 | Senior Year

  • Posted one assist against George Mason 
  • Named to the OHANA Hotels & Resorts No Ka Oi All-Tournament team  
  • Recorded one goal and one assist in victory over Weber State  
  • Scored the first goal of the game against Denver 
  • Netted the lone goal of the game off an assist from Bobbi Tillotson to defeat No. 22 Texas 
  • Scored game-winner to defeat No. 12 Wisconsin, 2-1, in double overtime 
  • Assisted in both goals in win over Colgate
  • Named Bit Toe Invitational Most Outstanding Offensive Player 
  • Named MWC Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 19 
  • Named to Soccer America and Soccer Buzz national teams of the week on Sept. 21
  • Scored the third goal of the game in a 3-1 victory over Arizona State 
  • Netted two goals against TCU
  • Assisted Bobbi Tillotson for two goals in a 6-0 victory over Air Force
  • Scored the only two goals in win over Wyoming 
  • Netted BYU's lone goal in regulation of the NCAA tournament versus Weber State 
  • Named First Team All-MWC 
  • Led conference in points (29), goals (11) and game-winning goals (5) 
  • Finished third in the conference in shots (62) and tied for third in assists (7)  
  • Lead team in goals, points and shots on goal (32) 
  • Named NSCAA/adidas Third Team All-America, Soccer Buzz Third Team All-America and Soccer Times Honorable Mention All-America 
  • Named NSCAA/adidas All-West Region First Team and Soccer Buzz All-West Second Team
  • Moved into seventh place all-time at BYU in career goals (29) and shots (202), as well as finishing eight in career points (81)