Temple's 48.725 on the bars helped the team place second in a field of four schools in Friday's Pink Invitational at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
Sahara Gipson transferred from Rutgers University in 2015 to compete for her former coach.
The Owls eclipsed the 194 point mark for the first time in program history in Sunday's road meet against the University of New Hampshire.
The Owls used a 28-2 run at the end of the first half and beginning of the second half to take down Memphis on the road Sunday afternoon.
The freshman’s average all-around score of 38.975 ranks second in the conference.
The Owls set a program record and defeated the University of Pittsburgh for the first time since 1995 to win the Ken Anderson Memorial Invitational on Saturday at McGonigle Hall.
Seniors Paige Gross, Ali Meszaros, Katie Foran and Michelle Walsh helped guide a young team this year.
The Huskies scored two goals in the opening five minutes in their 8-1 victory against Temple at Howarth Field Friday afternoon.
The team will play at home against Connecticut on Friday.
The Owls got strong offensive performances from junior outside hitters Irem Asci and Izzy Rapacz to defeat Connecticut in straight sets on Wednesday in McGonigle Hall.