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AUBURN, ALA--University of New Hampshire senior Vanessa Berrios' (Long Pond, Pa.) collegiate career came to a close on Thursday afternoon as she performed her final routine on beam at the NCAA National Women's Gymnastics Championships held at Beard-Eaves Coliseum on the campus of Auburn University.


Vanessa Berrios to Compete at Nationals

DURHAM, N.H.---Senior co-captain Vanessa Berrios (Long Pond, Pa.) was part of a five-way tie for first place on beam and earned herself a trip to the NCAA national competition, as the University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team placed third in the Northeast Regional with a score of 194.7 Saturday night at UNH's Whittemore Center.


DURHAM, N.H. — Carrie Kimball, the events management coordinator for the University of New Hampshire athletic department, was named the NCAA Women's Gymnastics Northeast Region Administrator of the Year for her outstanding support of the Wildcat women's gymnastics team during the 2005 season. This marks the second time that Kimball has received the prestigious honor after also being recognized in 2003.


First 100 UNH Students get in Free

DURHAM, N.H. — The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team has earned a bid to the 2005 NCAA Northeast Regional Championships and the team will not be traveling far to compete this year as the event will take place at the Whittemore Center Arena in Durham on Saturday, April 9 at 6 p.m.


DURHAM, N.H. — The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team has earned a bid to the 2005 NCAA Northeast Regional Championships and the team will not be traveling far to compete this year as the event will take place at the Whittemore Center in Durham on Saturday, April 9 at 6 p.m.


Four Gymnasts Receive All-EAGL Honors

RALEIGH, N.C. — Junior Amanda Hall (Bremerton, Wash.) received the EAGL Conference's highest honor at its annual awards banquet held on the campus of North Carolina State. Hall was named EAGL Gymnast of the Year after being ranked among the top two gymnasts in three events, plus the all-around.


DURHAM, N.H. — Eight members of the University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team were named to the East Atlantic Gymnastics League (EAGL) All-Academic team for their oustanding efforts in the classroom.


DURHAM, N.H. — The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team came from behind with several strong floor exercise routines in the sixth and final rotation to post a first-place score of 193.275 vs. Towson (192.450) and Brown (181.125).


WASHINGTON, D.C.--The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team defeated four teams to win the Colonial Classic at George Washington University on Saturday afternoon with a team score of 192.95 at the Smith Center


James paces 'Cats with three strong efforts

BATON ROUGE, La. — Vanessa James (Malden, Mass.) hit all three of her routines and the University of New Hampshire gymnastics team performed well on three of four events to earn third place with 192.375 points in Friday's quad meet at Louisiana State University's Pete Maravich Assembly Center.


Hall earns all-around title with score of 39.25

COLUMBIA, Mo.- — The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team placed second at the 25th annual Cat Classic meet Friday night, scoring a 192.85. The University of Missouri hosted and won the quad-team meet scoring a 195.25. Towson State (192.65) finished in third place, while Illinois State (187.9) placed fourth. Junior Amanda Hall (Bremerton, Wash.) won the all-around competition, scoring a 39.25.


PITTSBURGH, Pa.- — Two University of New Hampshire gymnasts were honored Tuesday by the East Atlantic Gymnastics League conference. Freshman Beth Bronson (Jacksonville, Fla.) earned the Rookie of the Week title, and junior Mariana Peña Trestini (Valencia, Venezuela) received the Specialist of the Week accolade in the gymnasts' first conference recognition of the year.


Pena Trestini and Hall Tie School Record on Floor

DURHAM, N.H.- — The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team beat out conference rival North Carolina State on Saturday night 195.125-193.850. The Wildcats, who posted their best score of the season, were led by a variety of gymnasts including juniors Mariana Pena Trestini (Valencia, Venezuela) and Amanda Hall (Bremerton, Wash.) who tied the school record on floor with matching scores of 9.975.


DURHAM, N.H. - — The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team placed third Saturday evening in the annual Fox Run Invitational, scoring a 192.7. The University of Michigan earned the win for the evening, scoring a 196.225. Michigan State (193.1) placed second, while Northern Illinois (190.450) placed fourth in the quad-team meet.


DURHAM, N.H. - — The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team will play host to its 20th annual Fox Run Invitational on Saturday night at 7 p.m. in the Whittemore Center Arena. Coming off of what head coach Gail Goodspeed called "our best meet of the year," the Wildcats (5-3) are eager to continue with their already successful start to the season.


James Earns Second Place in All-Around Competition

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - — The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team placed second in a four-team meet at Penn State on Saturday night. The Wildcats (192.275) were able to hold off Cornell (187.100) and Missouri (191.925), but were unable to defeat host team Penn State (193.575).


PITTSBURGH, Pa.- — The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team lost a close meet at Saturday to the University of Pittsburgh by a score of 189.45-190.3. The 'Cats were plagued by tight scoring and falls on bars and beam, dropping their record to 4-2.


DURHAM, N.H.- — Amanda Hall (Bremerton, Wash.), a junior on the University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team, was honored on Wednesday by the East Atlantic Gymnastics League conference as the Gymnast of the Week. Hall earned the award for her performance against Rhode Island and Yale in Sunday's tri-team meet. Hall finished first in each of the four events and received an all-around score of 39.150.


Amanda Hall Sets New School Record on Floor Exercise

DURHAM, N.H. - — The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team dropped its first meet of the season, losing to Brigham Young University on Saturday night 193.925-195.025 at Lundholm Gymnasium. Despite a tough loss, junior Amanda Hall (Bremerton, Wash.) set a new university record on floor with a 9.975.


DURHAM, N.H.- — Amanda Hall (Bremerton, Wash.), a junior on the University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team, was honored on Wednesday by the East Atlantic Gymnastics League conference as the Gymnast of the Week. Hall earned the award for her performance against Rhode Island and Yale in Sunday's tri-team meet. Hall finished first in each of the four events and received an all-around score of 39.150.


Hall and James go 1-2 in All-Around Competition

Kingston, R.I. - — The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team defeated Yale and Rhode Island in Kingston, R.I. on Sunday, improving their record to 3-0. The Wildcats posted a score of 190.125, easily beating out Yale's 185.9 and Rhode Island's 184.1.


DURHAM, N.H. - — Freshman gymnast Rebekah Porter (Valparaiso, Ind.) earned the first-ever Rookie of the Week accolade given by the East Atlantic Gymnastics League on Tuesday. In her first collegiate meet, Porter earned scores of 9.7 on bars and 9.8 on floor to lift the University of New Hampshire Wildcats over the Rutgers Scarlet Knights on Sunday, 191.6-190.825.


The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team narrowly defeated the Rutgers University Scarlet Knights 191.6-190.825 on Sunday afternoon. The Wildcats relied on steady performances from a variety of gymnasts in their season-opener. The Wildcats were forced to count four falls in two events, yet were able to scrape out a victory against the conference foe.


DURHAM, N.H. — Gail Goodspeed, 26th-year head coach of the University of New Hampshire gymnastics team, announced Monday that Justine Turner (Salem, N.H.), Melissa Cesar Estevez (Valencia, Valenzuela) and Lindsay Kovary (Huntington Station, N.Y.) have signed a National Letter of Intent to attend UNH and compete for the Wildcats beginning in the 2006 season.


DURHAM, N.H. — The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team will kick off the 2004-2005 season this Sunday, Dec. 5, showing off their routines at the annual "Meet The Team" exhibition.




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