Kent, Ohio – Temple gymnastics closed out the regular season on a high note posting a 195.075 at Kent State's Tri-Meet, its first time scoring a 195 or higher on the road. Kent State placed first overall with a 196.325. George Washington came in second, posting a 195.650 followed by the Owls in third. The night's score marks the third-highest in program history, increasing Temple's regional qualifying score to above a 195 for the first time in history.
> The Owls registered a 48.700 on the balance beam.
> Freshmen Tori Edwards
and Delaney Garin
each posted a 9.8.
> Sophomore Daisy Todd
was the third-best scorer with a 9.725
> On floor, Temple pulled a 49.05.
> Edwards posted the highest score with a 9.875 to place fifth overall.
> Junior India Anderson
scored a 9.825 followed by a 9.8 from senior Sahara Gipson
> The Owls continued momentum on vault posting a 48.825.
> Gipson posted a 9.825 to tie for second place with George Washington's Camille Drouin-Allaire.
> Edwards and sophomore Jaylene Everett
scored a pair of 9.8's to contribute to Temple's overall score.
> Temple closed out the evening on bars, posting a total 48.500.
> Senior Kerry Arone
and Todd were the Owls' highest scorers, each posting a 9.775.
> Temple will compete for the Eastern Athletic Conference Championship title on Saturday, Mar. 24 at 12 p.m. hosted at Penn.