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STATE COLLEGE, PA.- The No. 6-seeded University of New Hampshire women’s gymnastics team placed where it was seeded, sixth, at the NCAA Northeast Regional Championships held on April 3 in Rec Hall on the campus of Penn State University.
DURHAM, N.H. — The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team received a bid today to compete at the NCAA Northeast Regional Championship, which will be held at Penn State's Rec Hall on Saturday, April 3 at 6 p.m.
PITTSBURGH— The University of New Hampshire women’s gymnastics team placed sixth out of eight participating teams at the East Atlantic Gymnastics League championships on Saturday evening at the Petersen Events Center on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh.
PITTSBURGH—Four members of the University of New Hampshire women’s gymnastics team were honored on Friday night at the annual East Atlantic Gymnastic League (EAGL) awards dinner held at the Pittsburgh Hilton.
RALEIGH, N.C. — The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team finished second in a tri-team meet hosted by North Carolina State on Sunday afternoon. The Wildcats scored a season-high 196.45, narrowly losing to the host team's score of 196.8, but easily beating out Yale's 191.05.
TOWSON, Md. — Eight University of New Hampshire gymnasts were named to the 2004 East Atlantic Gymnastics League All-Academic Team. EAGL released its annual list of the league's most scholarly gymnasts Thursday afternoon. Among the Wildcat gymnasts was senior Crystal Beak (DeWitt, N.Y.), who was among 10 gymnasts honored for their fourth time.
DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team posted a rare tie against rival Penn State on UNH's Senior Day, scoring a 196.375 at home on Saturday. The score is UNH's highest score this season, and ranks third in Wildcat history. The 'Cats trailed Penn State going into the last rotation, but executed on floor to come up with the tie.
DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team defeated the University of Rhode Island at home on Friday night. UNH scored a 195.475 to beat out URI's season-high team score of 192.45.
DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team (8-4) placed second in the annual Fox Run Invitational on Saturday night. UNH hosted the four-team meet, scoring an overall 195.20. No. 16 Auburn University won the meet with a 196.00, while Yale University (191.300) and Temple University (191.225) placed third and fourth, respectively.
DURHAM, N.H. — The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team is in the midst of preparing for its annual Fox Run Invitational, which will be held on Saturday, Feb. 21, starting at 7 p.m. at the Whittemore Center. Featured teams at the meet include Auburn, Temple, Yale and UNH.
EAST LANSING, Mich. – The University of New Hampshire women’s gymnastics team placed second in a three-team meet at Michigan State University on Saturday night. Although posting an overall score of 195.125, the ‘Cats lost to the host team who scored 195.725. George Washington University placed third for the night with 193.55. UNH’s record now lies at 6-3.
SAN JOSE, CA.-The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team improved its record to 5-2, defeating Texas Woman's University and San Jose State. UNH scored yet another impressive team score of 194.975, beating San Jose's season high performance of 193.925 and Texas Woman's 191.025.
TOWSON, MD. — Sophomore all-arounder Amanda Hall (Bremerton, Wash.) was named EAGL Co-Gymnast of the week following her outstanding efforts in the University of New Hampshire's women's gymnastics victory over Pittsburgh on Jan. 31 in Lundholm Gymnasium (195.625-193.225). Hall has now received EAGL Gymnast of the Week honors twice during the 2004 season.
DURHAM, N.H.- The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team defeated the University of Pittsburgh by a score of 195.625 to 193.225 in front of a home crowd of 1,015. Sophomore Amanda Hall (Bremerton, Wash.) won the all-around competition, tying her own record of 39.45 set last year. Freshman Heather Moore (Cortlandt Manor, N.Y.) placed second, while Vanessa James (Malden, Mass.) ended the night in third place with scores of 38.80, and 38.325, respectively.
TOWSON, Md.-The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team had a tough second-place finish Friday night at the University of Towson with Wilson College. UNH received a final score of 193.350, just short of Towson's 193.475, while Wilson ended the meet in third place with a 167.850. Freshman Heather Moore (Cortlandt Manor, N.Y.) won the all-around event for her second consecutive meet with a 38.875, while junior Vanessa James (Malden, Mass.) took a close second with her own score of 38.775.
TOWSON, MD. — Sophomore gymnast Mariana Pena Trestini (Valencia, Venezuela) of the University of New Hampshire was named East Atlantic Gymnastics League (EAGL) Specialist of the Week for the second consecutive week following her outstanding efforts in three events on Jan. 16 vs. Missouri.
Despite recording its 6th highest team score in history, the University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team fell to the University of Missouri Tigers 196.05-195.60. Freshman Heather Moore (Cortlandt Manor, N.Y.) took home first place in the all-around, while sophomore Mariana Pena Trestini (Valencia, Venezuela) captured the best scores of the night on beam and floor exercise.
TOWSON, MD — Sophomore gymnasts Amanda Hall (Bennerton, Wash.) and Mariana Pena Trestini (Valencia, Venezuela) were both honored on Tuesday by the East Atlantic Gymnastics League (EAGL) for their outstanding efforts in UNH's season-opening victory at Rutgers on Jan. 10 (194.250-193.350). Hall was named Co-EAGL Gymnast of the Week and Pena Trestini was selected as the EAGL Specialist of the Week.
PISCATAWAY, N.J.- The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team, which is the returning EAGL Conference champion, appears to have picked up where it left off in 2003-winning meets. The Wildcats opened the 2004 campaign on Saturday afternoon with a 194.25-193.35 road victory over the Scarlet Knights. UNH improved to 1-0 in what was the opening meet for both teams.
DURHAM, N.H. — The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team will kick off the 2003-04 season this Saturday, Dec. 13, when the reigning EAGL conference champions show off their routines at the annual "Meet The Team" exhibition.
DURHAM, N.H. — The University of New Hampshire women's gymnastics team has announced the signing of four student-athletes to letters of intent. They are expected to join the team in the fall of 2004.
DURHAM, N.H. - The NCAA announced Monday that the University of New Hampshire will host the women's gymnastics Northeast Regional championship on April 9, 2005 at the Whittemore Center Arena. It marks the second time that UNH has hosted the event, as the 'Cats hosted the Northeast Regional in 1991.