Temple hopes to be one of 36 NCAA tournament qualifiers.
The Owls' team score of 194.875 beat the University of New Hampshire, University of Maryland and Towson University on Saturday at the Little Boston Invitational.
After a 41-year stretch as head coach, Fred Turoff will assist Jesse Kitzen-Abelson this season.
Fred Turoff has coached the team since 1976, including during its transition from a Division I squad to a club after July 1, 2014.
Freshman all-around Daisy Todd helped Temple beat its program all-around score six times and ended her season by becoming the first Owl to compete at the NCAA regional meet since 2009.
The Owls' score of 193.675 was their highest score in the history of the Eastern College Athletic Conference Championships, but the team placed fifth on Saturday at Brown University in Rhode Island.
Temple scored a 194.975 to beat three schools in its last home meet on Sunday at McGonigle Hall.
The Owls tallied their lowest team score since Jan. 14 at the dual-meet in Williamsburg, Virginia on Friday.
The Owls have topped their program record for team score four times this season.
Sophomore all-around and co-captain Breahna Wiczkowski's 9.925 on bars helped Temple beat Cornell University 193.4-191.375 on Saturday in Ithaca, New York.