Gymnasts Honored With All-EAGL Team Selections

DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team had five gymnasts named to the All-EAGL teams at the EAGL Award Banquet on Friday night held on the University of New Hampshire campus.

Senior assistant captain Jen Dickson (Salisbury, Md) earned an unanimous All-EAGL First Team selection on uneven bars and a All-EAGL First Team all-around selection. Dickson was named to the All-EAGL Second Team on bars, floor, and all-around in 2002. Dickson was also named to the All-EAGL Second Team on beam and floor.

Senior captain Michelle Harley (Collegeville, Pa.) was named to All-EAGL First Team on balance beam. She was also named to the All-EAGL Second Team in the all-around. Harley earned her first EAGL Gymnast-of-the-Week honor for her performance for the week of Jan. 28. Harley was named to the All-EAGL Second Team on beam and vault in 2002, and on vault in 2001, while being named to the All-EAGL First Team on vault in 2000. Earlier this month, Harley was named to the EAGL All-Academic team for the fourth time in her college career.

Freshman Amanda Hall (Bremerton, Wash.) was one of four unanimous selections for All-EAGL First Team on vault. This season, Hall was named EAGL Gymnast-of-the-Week twice on March 3 and March 11, while being named to the EAGL All-Academic team. Junior Tara Phillips (Spring, Texas) was also named to the First Team on vault. Phillips earned the first ever EAGL Specialist award on Jan. 15.

Sophomore Jayne Propert (Bradley Beach, N.J.) was also named to the All-EAGL second team on bars.

The University of New Hampshire hosts the 8th Annual EAGL Championship on Saturday, March 29 at 6 p.m. at the Whittemore Center Arena. Tickets are available through the Whittermore Center Arena Box Office at (603) 868-4000.

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