East Atlantic Gymnastics League


East Atlantic Gymnastics League

The East Atlantic Gymnastics League (EAGL) is a collegiate women's gymnastics conference competing at the NCAA Division 1 level. Membership comprises eight universities:

*George Washington University
*University of Maryland
*University of New Hampshire
*University of North Carolina
*North Carolina State University
*University of Pittsburgh
*Rutgers University
*West Virginia University

EAGL History

EAGL became a reality on July 31, 1995, when eight universities banded together to form a union solely for the purpose of showcasing women’s gymnastics on the East Coast. The league presently consists of the University of Maryland, University of North Carolina, and North Carolina State University of the Atlantic Coast Conference; University of Pittsburgh, Rutgers University and West Virginia University of the Big East Conference; George Washington of the Atlantic 10 Conference and the University of New Hampshire of the America East Conference. Towson University, one of the original league members, left EAGL in 2005 to rejoin the Eastern College Athletic Conference. In August 1996, the NCAA Council accepted the EAGL as an official affiliated member of the NCAA. [http://eaglgymnastics.net/aboutus.aspx]

EAGL Team Champions


1996 West Virginia 194.6
1997 West Virginia 196.0
1998 West Virginia 195.5
1999 North Carolina State 196.05
2000 North Carolina State 196.00
2001 West Virginia 196.375
2002 North Carolina 196.425
2003 New Hampshire 196.75
2004 West Virginia 197.050
2005 North Carolina 195.975
2006 North Carolina 195.325
2007 NC State 195.475
2008 West Virginia 196.050

External links

* [http://eaglgymnastics.net/ EAGL homepage]


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