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ATHENS, GA-Senior all-arounder Suzanne Poretz (Alexandria, Va.) of the University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team, finished 36th in the overall all-around competition with a four-event score of 38.525 as an individual at the NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championship preliminaries held at the University of Georgia Thursday afternoon.
ANN ARBOR, MICH. — The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team, led by EAGL Gymnast of the Year Suzanne Poretz (Alexandria, Va.) in the all-around, recorded a team score of 194.225 to place fourth out of six teams at the NCAA Northeast Regional held in Crisler Arena at the University of Michigan Saturday evening.
ANN ARBOR, MI--Four staff members from the University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics travel contigent to the University of Michigan for the NCAA Northeast Regionals were honored on Friday evening at the annual awards banquet held at the team's hotel headquarters.
DURHAM, N.H.-The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team (15-3-1 overall) was officially invited to compete in the NCAA Women's Gymnastics Tournament. The announcement was made today by the NCAA.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C.-The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team earned two of the most coveted honors given at the annual East Atlantic Gymnastics League (EAGL) Awards dinner. Senior all-arounder Suzanne Poretz (Alexandria, Va.) was named EAGL Co-Gymnast Of The Year and sophomore Jen Dickson (Salisbury, Md.) was named the EAGL Rookie Of The Year in her first season of competition for the Wildcats.
PROVIDENCE, RI. — The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team improved its regular-season record to 15-3-1 with a pair of wins over Brown and Bridgeport at Brown University. UNH posted a high score of 193.925, followed by Brown (188.55) and then Bridgeport (185.2). UNH will travel to the EAGL championships next weekend (March 24) at the University of North Carolina and then the team will most likely be invited to compete in the NCAA Eastern Regionals on April 7 at the University of Michigan, according to head Coach Gail Goodspeed.
TOWSON, Md. - A total of 69 gymnasts, including eight student-athletes from the University of New Hampshire, have been recognized as members of the 2001 East Atlantic Gymnastics League All-Academic Team, the league announced Wednesday.
DENTON, Texas - Senior tri-captain Suzanne Poretz (Alexandria, Va.) won the all-around competition with a score of 39.075 to lead the University of New Hampshire gymnastics team to Monday night's 194.000-192.000 victory at Texas Woman's University.
BATON ROUGE, LA. — The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team headed south to LSU this past weekend for a meet that was expected to be filled with some of the top collegiate gymnastics in the country. The Wildcats proved they belonged among the best after tying Michigan State with a team score of 194.125 and losing to the host team, which finished the meet with a 196.950.
DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire gymnastics team started its final home meet versus Towson University by honoring the senior members of the team - Wendy Wheaton (Rockville, Md.), Suzanne Poretz (Alexandria, Va.), Rose Kosowski (Whitesboro, N.Y.), and student assistant Alicia Gomes - and their parents. The Wildcats ended Saturday afternoon's meet with a final score of 194.875 to 194.625 at Lundholm Gymnasium.
DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire women’s gymnastics team shattered three team school records on the floor, beam and bars as the squad posted a season-high 195.275-176. 650 victory over Vermont on Friday evening in front of 576 fans at Lundholm Gymnasium.
DURHAM, N.H.- The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team edged out Michigan State, in the four team Fox Run Invitational on Saturday, February 17th at the Whittemore Center, before a crowd of 1,447 fans. The final tally was UNH with a score of 194.950, Michigan State 194.900, Northern Illinois University posted a 189.050, and Texas Women's University scored a 189.00. With the wins the 'Cats record improves to 11-2.
DURHAM, N.H.- The Wildcat women recorded their eighth win of the season Saturday, February 10th against the University of Massachusetts. The University of New Hampshire posted a final score of 193.600, while UMass finished with 192.325.
KINGSTON, R.I. - The University of New Hampshire gymnastics team recorded a season-high 194.65 points to defeat the University of Rhode Island (193.25) and Yale University (192.3), but West Virginia University edged the Wildcats with a score of 195.25 to win the meet, which was hosted by Rhode Island.
PITTSBURGH, Pa- In their second meet in the Keystone State in as many weeks the University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team steps away with a win. The Wildcats posted a final score of 192.000 against Pittsburgh, who ended with 191.400.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - The University of New Hampshire gymnastics team traveled to Penn State University on Saturday, January 20. The women had previously held a 4-0 record, which fell to 4-1 after their 194.075-192.150 loss to the Nittany Lions.
RALEIGH, N.C. - In their second meet of the season the UNH women's gymnastics team posted three wins, scoring 193.800. Following the 'Cats was the University of Arizona (193.450), North Carolina State (193.375), who hosted the event, and James Madison University (188.725). The Wildcats began the rotation on the floor where they went six for six. Assistant coach Beth Amelkovich said of the floor exercise, "We had really high energy and excellent performances by all." Rose Kosowski (Whitesboro, N.Y.) had the highest team score on the floor exercise with a 9.85. Close behind Kosowski was Wendy Wheaton (Rockville, Md.) scoring a 9.825.
DURHAM, N.H.-The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team opened the season in style on Sunday afternoon, posting a decisive 191.700-188.375 victory over Rutgers University in front of 401 fans at Lundholm Gymnasium.
DURHAM, N.H.-The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team will open its 2001 campaign on Sunday, Jan. 7 vs. Rutgers. The meet is set to begin at 1 p.m. in Lundholm Gymnasium.
DURHAM, N.H. -The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team will be the host of a "Meet the team exhibition show" to be held on Saturday, Dec. 9, at Lundholm Gymnasium. The event, which is expected to last approximately one hour, is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m.
DURHAM, N.H.-A memorial service for Katie Baldwin, a UNH gymnast who passed away on Sat., Nov. 4 after suffering a pulmonary embolism in the weight room at the UNH Field House, has been scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 12, at the Durham Community Church. The ceremony, which will be performed in a protestant format, will begin at 7 p.m. and is expected to be approximately 40 minutes in duration.
DURHAM, N.H - Funeral Services for Katie Baldwin, a 20 year-old gymnast from the University of New Hampshire have recently been announced. Baldwin, who had suffered a pulmonary embolism on Monday, Oct. 30, had been in critical condition at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston before her death early Saturday morning (Nov. 4).
DURHAM, N.H. — University of New Hampshire gymnast Katie Baldwin, 20, died early Saturday morning, nearly five days after she collapsed in the weight room of the UNH Field House. She was being treated at Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital for a pulmonary embolism.
DURHAM, N.H.-University of New Hampshire junior gymnast Katie Baldwin, 20, is in critical condition at a Boston hospital today, following her collapse in the weight room at the Field House while training Monday evening (Oct. 30). She is the daughter of Stephen and Rebecca Baldwin, of Dover, Pa.
DURHAM, N.H. - Beth Amelkovich, formerly of the University of Michigan, will be joining the University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics staff with Head Coach Gail Goodspeed and Associate Head Coach Ed Datti. As a four-year letterwinner for the Wolverines, Amelkovich was awarded the Big Ten Conference Medal of Honor in 1999, as well as the NCAA Scholastic Student-Athlete Award, the GTE Academic All-American and numerous others.