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Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 02 May 2013 11:25
Two Falcons
earn academic All-MAC
CLEVELAND - Bowling Green State University gymnasts Megan Harrington and Amanda Lievendag have been named to the academic All-Mid-American Conference team.
Harrington, a junior, All-MAC second-team member, competed as the team's top all-around gymnast, scoring above 39.0 three times during the year. A double major in communications and event planning, Harrington boasts a 3.793 grade-point average and was recently voted the team's most valuable gymnast for 2013.
Lievendag, a sophomore, was a standout on uneven bars and vault for the Falcons. Her career high of 9.875 is the fifth-highest bars score in BGSU history. Currently undecided on a major, Lievendag holds a GPA of 3.320.
 

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