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ANN ARBOR, MICH — The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team placed fifth out of a an impressive field of six teams at the NCAA Northeastern Regionals at Crisler Arena on the campus of the University of Michigan. The squad finished with a total team score of 195.40, which breaks UNH's record for highest regional score.




YPSILANTI, MICH. — University of New Hampshire head women's gymnastics coach Gail Goodspeed was named NCAA Northeast Regional Coach of the Year on Friday night at the event team banquet held at the Eagle Crest Marriott hotel in Ypsilanti, Mich.




DURHAM, N.H.- The newly-crowned EAGL Champion University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team received a bid today to compete in the NCAA Northeast Regional meet to be held on April 12 at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. The meet is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m.




DURHAM, NH - The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team captured their first ever East Atlantic Gymnastics League Championship with a score of196.750 in front of a home crowd at the Whittemore Center Arena with 2,456 fans on hand, a new league record. UNH's score surpasses the previous team record of 196.675 set on March 8 versus Towson. The score also sets a new EAGL record breaking the last year's score set by North Carolina (196.425).




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.




University of New Hampshire Gymnastics will host the 2003 East Atlantic Gymnastics League (EAGL) Championship on March 29, 2003. Tickets are on sale now at the Whittemore Center Arena Box Office or through Ticketmaster at 868- 7300, and all seats are General Admission.




As the eight members of the East Atlantic Gymnastics League get together for the eighth annual EAGL Championship Meet Saturday night at the Whittemore Center, they are celebrating a milestone of sorts. Saturday's meet completes the first rotation of host sites for the eight EAGL teams.




Kingston, R.I.-Freshman Amanda Hall (Bremerton, Wash.) set the tone with two first place finishes on vault and beam, in the University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team's victory (193.450) over the University of Rhode Island (189.750) and Yale University (190.475) Saturday afternoon. Senior assistant captain Jen Dickson (Sailsbury, Md.) placed first in the all-around competition for the fourth time this season with a 39.000.




Towson, Md. - The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team had eight student athletes named to this season's EAGL All-Academic.Team, according to a release from the league office on Wed., March 19.




Morgantown, West Vir. — The University of New Hampshire (193.925) defeated Cornell University (189.725) and Yale University (191.500) for a third place finish Sunday afternoon at the five team meet hosted by West Virginia University held at the West Virginia Coliseum in front of 778 fans. No.8 University of Florida (197.125) and West Virginia University (195.075) edged the Wildcats. Freshman Amanda Hall (Bremerton, Wash.) and junior Tara Phillips (Spring, Texas) tied for first on vault.




TOWSON, MD. — Freshman gymnast Amanda Hall (Bremerton, Wash.) of the 27th-ranked University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team was named co-winner of EAGL Gymnast of the Week honors after her outstanding performance in UNH's record-breaking victory over Towson on March 8.




DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team set a team score record of 196.675 for the second time this season as they defeated Towson (195.800) Saturday afternoon at Lundholm Gymnasium in front of a crowd senior day of 1,029. Freshman Amanda Hall (Bremerton, Wash.) tied as the top all-around with Towson's Kristen Presutti with a 39.450.




TOWSON, Md. — Freshman Amanda Hall (Bremerton, Wash.) of the University of New Hampshire shared the EAGL Gymnast-of-the-Week honors for the week ending March 2 with North Carolina State University's junior Leah Sabo.




BRIDGEPORT, CONN. - The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team defeated the University of Bridgeport 195.800 to 187.625 Saturday afternoon in Bridgeport. Freshman Amanda Hall (Bremerton, Wash.) led the Wildcats in the all-around competition scoring a personal best 39.425 and tying the new school record set by senior Jen Dickson (Salisbury, Md.) last weekend, while sophomore Jayne Propert (Bradley Beach, N.J.) scored a 9.90 on beam, a new personal best.




DURHAM, N.H. — The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastic team defeated North Carolina State, the top team in the East Atlantic Gymnastic League, by a score of 195.900 to 195.450 on Saturday night at Lundholm Gymnasium. The Wildcats also set two school records. The team score of 195.900 breaks a record that was set in 1997 versus Central Michigan (195.825), while senior assistant captain Jen Dickson (Salisbury, Md.) all-around score of 39.425 not only sets a new personal record, but breaks the school record set by Cara Lepper (39.400) set in 1999.




DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team hosted the 18th annual Fox Run Invitational on Saturday evening at the Whittemore Center Arena in front of 1,437 fans. The Wildcats placed second with a team score of 191.875 behind Michigan State University, who took first place with a 194.325. Placing third and fourth respectively was George Washington University (191.425) and Bowling Green State University (190.900).




COLUMBIA, MISSOURI - The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team had six gymnasts compete in the event finals portion of the Cat Classic hosted by the University of Missouri Saturday evening. Freshman Amanda Hall (Bremerton, Wash.) made her presence known, tying for first place on vault (9.875) and floor exercise (9.900).




COLUMBIA, M.O. - The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team placed second with a score of 195.100 on Saturday night at the Cat Classic hosted by the University of Missouri, defeating No. 10 University of Arizona (194.575) and No. 20 Brigham Young University (192.850). The University of Missouri took the top spot with a score of 195.875.




DURHAM, N.H. — Senior Michelle Harley (Collegeville, Pa.) of the University of New Hampshire gymnastics team has been named the East Atlantic Gymnastics League (EAGL) Gymnast of the Week award winner for the week ending Jan. 26. For Harley, the 2000 EAGL Rookie of the Year, this marks the first time in her career that she has been named as the EAGL Gymnast of the Week.




Pittsburgh, Pa. - The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team defeated East Coast Atlantic League rivals, the Panthers of the University of Pittsburgh 194.700 to 194.275, Friday night at the Fitzgerald Field House.




STATE COLLEGE, Pa.- The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team fell to Penn State University Saturday night, 193.800 to 191.750, despite a first place finish (38.900) in the all-around by senior assistant captain Jen Dickson (Salisbury, Md.). Junior Vanessa James (Malden, Mass.) finished fifth in the all-around with a score of 38.400.




TOWSON, Md. - Junior Tara Phillips (Spring, Texas) of the University of New Hampshire gymnastics team was named the first-ever recipient of the East Atlantic Gymnastics League (EAGL) Specialist of the Week award. The award, instituted this season, is given to a gymnast who competes and excels in fewer than three events in a meet.




Durham, N.H.- The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastic team captured first place at their first home meet of the season with a score of 193.900 defeating Yale University (188.200), Brown University (184.600), and Rutgers University (190.850) at Lundholm Gymnasium in front of 868 fans on Saturday night. UNH took the top three sport in the all-around competition as senior assistant captain Jen Dickson lead the Wildcats with a 39.100. Senior captain Michelle Harley (38.500) and sophomore Vanessa James (38.100) finished behind Dickson in the second and third spots. Sveta Shterenberg from Rutgers and Jayne Finst from Brown finished fourth and fifth respectively.




Durham, N.H.- The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastic team captured first place at their first home meet of the season with a score of 193.900 defeating Yale University (188.200), Brown University (184.600), and Rutgers University (190.850) at Lundholm Gymnasium in front of 868 fans on Saturday night. UNH took the top three sport in the all-around competition as senior assistant captain Jen Dickson lead the Wildcats with a 39.100. Senior captain Michelle Harley (38.500) and sophomore Vanessa James (38.100) finished behind Dickson in the second and third spots. Sveta Shterenberg from Rutgers and Jayne Finst from Brown finished fourth and fifth respectively.




DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastic team will be performing an exhibition show on December 8 at 1 p.m. at Lundholm Gymnasium. After the performance, the team will be holding an autograph session and a clinic for girls ages 6 & up. Cost of admission to the event is $7 for adults, $3 dollars for both children under 18 and senior citizens. Tickets will be available at the door the day of the exhibition or in advance at the Whittemore Center Arena Box Office (868-4000).




DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire gymnastics head coach Gail Goodspeed was inducted into the Springfield College Athletic Hall of Fame last Saturday night in Springfield, Mass.






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