ANCHORAGE – Junior Madeleine Arbuckle delivered a career-high 38.350 all-around Friday night to lead the Alaska Anchorage gymnastics team to a 190.675-188.975 come-from-behind dual victory over Centenary at the Alaska Airlines Center.

The Seawolves (3-7) also got a pair of impressive performances apiece from fellow veterans Kallie Randolph and Kendra Daniels, who combined for four 9.8-plus scores.

The Ladies (2-10) – an NCAA Div. III program from Shreveport, La. – managed to take a narrow lead after the first two rotations but could not hold on despite a winning 38.450 all-around from Ashley White.

UAA’s comeback was spurred when Randolph equaled the second-best balance beam score in program history with a 9.85, tying the former record that Daniels broke 12 days ago in California with a 9.9. Daniels followed her historic performance with a 9.825 to tie the 7th-best beam score for a Seawolf, and freshman Sophia Hyderally earned a career-best 9.75 as UAA’s team beam total also ranked No. 7 on its all-time list.

The Seawolves secured the win with a 48.150 total on floor exercise, led again by 9.8s from Daniels (career-high) and Randolph.

Senior Brice Mizell chipped in a 9.625 on floor and led UAA on vault with the same score, while Arbuckle and freshman Mackenzie Miller led the way on bars with a 9.65 and a 9.625. Arbuckle topped UAA’s season-best all-around score thanks to a consistent night that also featured a 9.55 on vault and 9.575s on beam and floor.

UAA earned the victory despite competing with a revised lineup after junior co-captain and all-arounder Morgan Ross was hurt in warmups.

“With the adversity we faced before the meet and the way we started off tonight, I’m extremely happy that we continued to push through and perform so well in the last two rotations,” said UAA head coach Paul Stoklos. “Kendra and Kallie also really continued to shine on their primary events and keep proving they are two of the best in Seawolf history on beam and floor.”

The Seawolves and Ladies will square off for a rematch Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Alaska Airlines Center, with ‘senior day’ festivities planned after the meet. Call 907-786-1562 for tickets for visit for more information.