TOWSON, Md. ­ Four members of the University of New Hampshire gymnastics team were named to the East Atlantic Gymnastics League (EAGL) All-League teams announced Friday night at the annual EAGL awards banquet at the Towson Sheraton.

Junior Jen Dickson (Salisbury, Md.) was named to the All-EAGL second team on the uneven bars, floor exercise and the all-around competition. Classmate Michelle Harley (Collegeville, Pa.) was a second-team selection on vault and balance beam. Senior co-captains Bethany Wagner (Bound Brook, N.J.) and Katie Revis (Putnam Valley, N.Y.) were second team selections on floor and beam, respectively.

Dickson, last season¹s EAGL Rookie of the Year, was UNH¹s top all-arounder this season. Her career-high all-around score of 39.175, set on March 2, is the sixth-highest all-around score. She recorded UNH¹s high all-around score in seven of 10 meets. Dickson posted career-highs in all four events this season, led by a 9.9 on floor and a 9.875 on bars.

Harley, who captured EAGL top rookie honors in 2000, was named to the vault squad for the third-consecutive year. She was a first team selection in 2000 and was named to the second team last year. She was also a second team selection in the all-around in her freshman campaign. This season, Harley posted a high score on 9.825 on the vault, and also posted the third-highest all-around score in program history (39.275) against Penn State on February 9.

Wagner posted a top score on 9.85 on the floor four times during the 2002 season. Also named to the All-EAGL squad in 2000 as a second-team vault choice, Wagner competed in the all-around for the first time in 2002 and posted a top score of 39.000 in the last meet of the regular season at Auburn.

Revis, a beam and floor specialist, posted a top score of 9.8 on four separate occasions on the beam this season. She also etched her name into the Wildcat record book on February 16, when she tied a UNH record on floor exercise (9.925).

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