The Seawolves finished sixth with 191.750 points despite breaking the program’s team balance beam record for the second consecutive meet, totaling 48.700 on the apparatus.
Host San Jose State edged defending champion UC Davis for the overall team title, 195.925 to 195.525, while Sacramento State was third with 195.175 in a hard-fought competition.
Thirteen days after scoring 48.950 on beam in their home finale, the Seawolves once again topped their former mark of 48.650, thanks to Hyderally, a 9.825 from junior Kendra Daniels, a 9.675 from senior Kallie Randolph, a 9.650 from sophomore Kaylin Mancari, and a 9.625 from senior Nicole Larkin. Daniels had previously broken the individual beam record on Feb. 19 with a 9.9 at UC Davis.
With her effort, Hyderally joined all-time Seawolf greats Elena Tkacheva (1994-97) and Dominique Ingram (2003-05) as the only gymnasts in program history to record at least a 9.925 on any apparatus. She also became just the ninth Seawolf to earn an individual MPSF title and the first to do it on balance beam.
Randolph led the way on floor for UAA with a 9.725 in her final meet, while Larkin and freshman Mackenzie Miller posted team-best 9.675s on uneven bars. Daniels and senior Brice Mizell closed out their careers with 9.55s on vault for the Seawolves’ best scores on that event.
Junior Madeleine Arbuckle was UAA’s lone all-arounder Saturday, scoring a 9.6 on bars and a 9.475 on floor, and totaling 36.850.
The Seawolves are not expected to qualify any individuals for next month’s NCAA Div. I West Regional Championships, bringing the 2017 campaign to a close.