Monthly Archives: January 2012

Sloanhoffer, Richardson and Bodenheimer Earn Week 4 EAGL Honors

EAGL Week 4 Release MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (January 31, 2012) – West Virginia sophomore Hope Sloanhoffer has been named the EAGL Gymnast of the Week. WVU junior Alaska Richardson earned the EAGL Specialist of the Week award, while Pitt freshman Haley Bodenheimer was named the Rookie of the Week. EAGL Gymnast of the Week – Hope […]

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Barr Named Week 3 EAGL Gymnast of the Week

2012 EAGL Week 3 Release MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (January 24, 2012) – NC State senior Brooke Barr has been named the EAGL Gymnast of the Week. New Hampshire senior Katie McGeever was named the EAGL Specialist of the Week, while Maryland freshman Stephanie Giameo earned Rookie of the Week honors. EAGL Gymnast of the Week: Brooke […]

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No. 18 NC State Sweeps Week 2 Weekly EAGL Honors

EAGL Week 2 Release MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (January 17, 2012) – No. 18 NC State swept the week 2 EAGL awards, with sophomore Stephanie Ouellette earning Gymnast of the Week honors. Junior Rachel Fincham was named the EAGL Specialist of the Week, while freshman Lane Jarred scored EAGL Rookie of the Week honors. EAGL Gymnast of […]

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Sloanhoffer, Tang, Deal Earn First EAGL Honors of 2012 Season

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (January 10, 2012) – West Virginia sophomore Hope Sloanhoffer has been named the first EAGL Gymnast of the Week for the 2012 season. Maryland sophomore Karen Tang earned EAGL Specialist of the Week honors, while WVU freshman Beth Deal secured the EAGL Rookie of the Week award.  2012 EAGL Week1     EAGL […]

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NC State Picked to Finish First in East Atlantic Gymnastics League

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (January 4, 2012) – NC State has been picked first in the East Atlantic Gymnastics League (EAGL) preseason poll. The Wolfpack earned two first-place votes.  Two-time defending league champion North Carolina was picked second, while West Virginia was selected third.  The votes were cast by the league’s eight head coaches, who were not […]

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