Mike Jacki was an All-American and four-time Big Eight champion gymnast for Iowa State from 1967-68. A native of Lombard, Ill., Jacki was an All-American and Big Eight Conference champion in the still rings in 1967. Jacki was at team captain in 1968, winning three Big Eight titles (parallel bars, floor exercise, all-around). He was a finalist for the 1968 Nissen Award, given annually to the nation’s top collegiate gymnast. After graduation, Jacki was a pioneer in the promotion and vision of gymnastics in the United States, serving as president of USA Gymnastics from 1983-94. He was the competition director for the 1984 Olympic games and member of the United States Olympic Committee Board of Directors from 1984-92. A nationally recognized judge, Jacki rated seven NCAA Championships. He was inducted into the United States Gymnastics Hall of Fame in 2004.

Jacki Highlights
- All-American in the still rings in 1967
- Four-time Big Eight champion
- Finalist for the 1968 Nissen Award, given annually to the nation’s best gymnast
- President of USA Gymnastics from 1983-94
- United States Olympic Committee Board of Directors from 1984-92
- Inducted into the United States Gymnastics Hall of Fame in 2004