Jungck, one of the top wrestlers in FSU history, placed third at the 1984 NCAA Division II Championships while compiling a 45-6 overall mark and totaling 11 pins. As a senior, the Big Rapids native finished sixth at nationals at 190 pounds. A third team 1985 College Sports Information Directors Association of America At-Large College Division All-America selection, Jungck graduated with distinction from Ferris in 1985 and was named to the 1985 CoSIDA District IV All-Academic Team.
Only the third athlete in school history at the time to earn All-America honors on both the athletic and academic fronts, Jungck recorded a 28-16 overall record and won his second straight Mideast Regional Championship as a senior. He was 83-36 (.697) during his four-year FSU career. His 45 wins as a junior set the Bulldog single-season record. A three-year prep football and wrestling letterwinner at Big Rapids, Jungck was a state runner-up and three-year all-conference wrestling performer. Ferris' team captain as a senior, Jungck recorded 28-consecutive wins as junior to set the school mark. He guided FSU to three league titles and two NCAA Division II Mideast Regional victories. He owns a home remodeling firm in Colorado where he resides with his wife, Valerie, and son, Hudson.