Hall was named EAGL Gymnast of the week after she recorded two first-place finishes on the vault in the two meets. Hall's mark of 9.875 in the vault at Michigan was a season-high and she posted a season-best 9.775 on beam at MSU. Her first-place all-around score of 39.125 at Michigan State also included a first-place mark of 9.8 on the floor. Hall took fourth overall at Michigan with an all-around mark of 36.625.
Pena Trestini stuck all six of her routines on UNH's two-meet road trip to the state of Michigan to earn EAGL Specialist of the Week. All six scores were 9.7 or better. She tied her personal-best on beam with a 9.9 for first place at Michigan State, tied for first on bars (9.8) and took third on floor (9.75). Against Michigan, she tied for third on bars (9.8), tied for second on beam (9.75) and placed sixth in the floor exercise (9.725.).
Hall has earned EAGL Gymnast of the Week twice this season and Pena Trestini has been selected EAGL Specialist of the Week twice as well.
As a team, the Wildcats are now ranked 25th in the nation with a 9-3 overall record and an RQS of 192.515, which is the top mark among the eight EAGL teams. UNH leads the EAGL in vault as a team with an RQS of 48.480, good for 22nd-best in the nation. The Wildcats are also lead the EAGL on balance beam (47.955 for 24th in the nation) and UNH is tops in the floor exercise among league teams (48.045). UNH is ranked 25th in the nation on bars with a score of 48.125, good for second among EAGL teams.