|Mariana Pena Trestini|
Senior all-arounder Amanda Hall (Bremerton, Wash.), last year's EAGL Gymnast of the Year, was named first-team All-EAGL in the all-around for the fourth consecutive season. She is presently ranked fourth in the Northeast Region in the All-Around with an RQS average of 39.01.
Hall was also named first-team All-EAGL in the floor exercise for the third time in her career and second-team All-EAGL on the uneven bars and on balance beam.
Hall was named EAGL Gymnast of the Week three times this season and she was named to the EAGL All-Academic squad for the fourth time in her career.
Senior specialist Mariana Pena Trestini (Valencia, Venezuela) earned her way onto the first team EAGL squad on the uneven bars for the second time in her career and she was also named to the first team on the balance beam for the second conseutive year. She was also named to the second team in the floor exercise.
Pena Trestini was the recipient of the EAGL Specialist of the Week three times in 2006.
Junior vault specialist Jen Jones (Billerica, Mass.) has been outstanding in recent meets on vault and as a result was recognized as a member of the EAGL second team in that event.
The Wildcat women's gymnastics team will be competing in the EAGL championships on Sat., March 25. The meet is set to begin at 6 p.m. on the Rugters University campus. UNH won the EAGL championship title for the first and only time in 2003 at the Whittemore Center.