Jenna Swartzentruber


Player profile

  • Year Senior
  • Hometown Centerburg, Ohio
  • Last School Ohio Connections
  • Height 5-7


  • Second Team All-Big Ten (2019)
  • Big Ten All-Championship Team (2019)
  • Academic All-Big Ten (2019, 20)
  • Ohio State Scholar-Athlete (2019, 20)

AS A JUNIOR (2020)

  • Appeared in all nine meets for the Buckeyes
  • Won three uneven bars event titles during her junior campaign
  • Registered a career-high 9.925 on bars to win the event during the tri-meet against Central Michigan and Maryland
  • Scored a 9.000 during the match-up against Arizona to win bars for the Buckeyes
  • Claimed another uneven bars title against Michigan State with a score of 9.875
  • Led the Buckeyes on uneven bars against No. 8 Minnesota
  • Scored a 9.700 on beam to assist in the Buckeyes win over Penn State


  • Competed in all 13 meets for the Buckeyes
  • Led the team on bars (9.875) and beam (9.850) at the NCAA Ann Arbor Regional
  • Placed first on beam with a 9.850 during Session One at the Big Ten Championships, making the All-Championship Team
  • Won the uneven bars title on five separate occasions – March 9 vs. BGSU with a career-high 9.900, March 2 vs. West Virgnia and Temple with a 9.875, Feb. 2 vs. Iowa with a 9.875, Jan. 27 vs. Michigan State with a career-best 9.900 and Jan. 12 vs NC State with 9.875
  • Second on beam with a 9.875 against Bowling Green
  • Took third on beam, posting a score of 9.875 for a season high vs. West Virginia and Temple
  • Tied for second on bars with a score of 9.875 against Nebraska


  • Competed in all 13 meets
  • Tied for third on balance beam with a 9.800 in her collegiate debut at UCLA
  • Tied for first place on balance beam (9.850), was third on uneven bars (9.825) and had a career-high 9.750 on vault at Iowa
  • Scored career marks on uneven bars (9.900), floor exercise (9.900) and in the all-around (39.225) against Minnesota and Illinois State – tied for third on uneven bars and was third in the all-around
  • Claimed the uneven bars title versus Penn State behind a mark of 9.875
  • Matched her career-high 9.900 on uneven bars for a first-place finish against Western Michigan
  • Tied for first on balance beam with a career and team-high 9.925 versus N.C. State and Central Michigan
  • Matched her career mark on vault with a 9.750 at the NCAA Columbus Regional


  • 2016 Nastia Liukin Cup qualifier
  • Finished sixth at JO Nationals in 2015 and 2016
  • Trained at Buckeye Gymnastics


  • Daughter of Bret and Cheryl Swartzentruber
  • Has three siblings – Jared, Jillian and Joel