The Maryland gymnastics team defeated Temple, Southern Connecticut State and West Chester in its meet Friday in Philadelphia.
The Terps (11-9, 1-5 Big Ten) set four consecutive career-highs on the floor, courtesy of freshman Kirsten Peterman, senior Leah Slobodin, sophomore Amanda Bertorello and freshman Alecia Farina. Maryland scored a 49.45 in the rotation, which according to the team's Twitter account, is the third-highest score in team history.
Maryland finished with a 195.225—its seventh straight meet reaching the 195-point mark.
Coach Brett Nelligan said the Terps' largest weakness comes on the beam. Friday, however, Peterman and sophomore Shynelle Agaran notched career-highs in the event. The Terps rode their efforts to become two matches over .500.