ANCHORAGE – Led by a 38.225 all-around from Madeleine Arbuckle and solid three-event efforts from junior Kendra Daniels and Kallie Randolph, the Alaska Anchorage gymnastics team crushed its program record on balance beam Sunday and rallied for a 192.600-190.475 dual meet victory over Centenary at the Alaska Airlines Center.

Competing in their ‘senior day’ home finale, the Seawolves (4-7) broke the previous beam mark of 48.650 with a 48.950, getting 9.825s from Randolph and freshman Sophia Hyderally, plus 9.8s from senior Brice Mizell and freshman Kaylin Mancari. Hyderally and Randolph equaled the 7th-best beam scores for a Seawolf, while new individual record-holder Kendra Daniels – who scored a 9.9 two weeks ago in California – added a 9.7 to cement the historic team effort.

The Ladies (2-11) got a 38.175 all-around from Ashley White and the individual win on floor exercise with Navia Jordan’s 9.85, but the visitors from Louisiana could not hold on to a narrow lead after the first two rotations.

Arbuckle took top honors on vault with a 9.7 and had UAA’s second-best score on floor with a career-high 9.775. The junior from Winnipeg, Manitoba, also scored a 9.6 on bars and just missed her career-high all-around despite a fall on beam.

Senior Nicole Larkin won the bars with UAA’s best score this season at 9.8, while freshman Mackenzie Miller was third with a 9.675. The Seawolves took the top five places on balance beam to grab control of the meet, with Hyderally, Mizell and Mancari all earning career bests. Daniels led UAA on floor with a career-high-tying 9.8.

After finishing their home season unbeaten in four meets, the Seawolves will return to the mat for their final team competition of the year, Mar. 18 at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships in San Jose, Calif.