Teryn watched her friend doing a backflip. Immediately, she asked her parents if she could learn how to do a backflip. She started at a local recreation center at the age of five. After the first day, they told Teryn's parents that she needed a specialized gym for gymnastics. Teryn has been training at Capital Gymnastics in Cedar Park, TX her whole gymnastics career.
Teryn was the 2015 Level 5 TX State Floor Exercise Bronze Medalist and 2017 Level 7 TX State All-Around, Uneven Bars and Balance Beam Champion. Teryn was named to America's Top 100 on uneven bars (3x), balance beam and in the all-around in level 7. She tested out of level 8 and quickly moved up to level 9 for the 2019 season. She placed third in the all-around and third on uneven bars at the State Championships. At the Region 3 Championships, Teryn finished sixth in the all-around and fourth on uneven bars. This qualified Teryn to the Level 9 Western Nationals where she placed sixth in the all-around and seventh on vault and balance beam.
As a first-year level 10 gymnast in 2020, Teryn qualified to the State Championships but was unable to compete due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2021, Teryn placed sixth in the all-around and fifth on uneven bars at the Region 3 Championships. She qualified to the Level 10 National Championships in Florida where she scored a 37.450 in the all-around and placed 11th on vault with a 9.450. Teryn had a great 2022 season, finishing second in the all-around with a 38.400 and first on uneven bars at the State Championships. Teryn took home gold medals on uneven bars and in the all-around with a 38.350 at the Region 3 Championships. She qualified to the Level 10 National Championships in Mesa, AZ. She was unable to compete in the all-around after injuring on vault, her first event. Teryn was named to America's Top 100 on uneven bars (3x) in 2022.
When Teryn isn't busy training 25 hours each week in the gym, she enjoys shopping and gaming. She is the daughter to J. Terence and Tacoya and she has two younger brothers, Tyler and Treysen and two dogs. Currently, Teryn is a student at Hendrickson High School and she will graduate in 2024.