Hall stuck her vault to record a 9.8, which was good enough to earn her a tie for 11th place overall among some of the top gymnasts in the country in her session. Vault was perhaps her best chance to move into the finals, but she did not advance with the 11th-place finish.
"Amanda's vault was probably among the best of the meet,"said head coach Gail Goodspeed. "It's a shame that she didn't get the opportunity to advance to the finals on Saturday."
Hall also performed well on bars, recording a 9.7 to finish 34th.
Hall suffered mistakes on both floor and beam, which held her scores to 9.25 and 9.175, respectively. She placed 21st overall in the all-around with a score of 37.9.
"This was a great experience for Amanda to compete at the NCAA nationals in front of her friends and family," said Goodspeed. "It was disappointing for her that she didn't have a better meet, but she enjoyed a tremendous career here at UNH."