The team moved into its 8,500-square-foot facility in December 2015.
After the mid-season suspension and later firing of former coach Aaron Murphy, the department sought out a new staff, headed by Umme Salim-Beasley.
In the team's first competition of 2016, the Owls lost to Central Michigan 193.425-188.900 in Umme Salim-Beasley's coaching debut.
The contract of the suspended women’s gymnastics coach will not be renewed for next season.
Temple capped its season Saturday with a fifth-place finish out of six teams in the ECAC Championships.
The Owls took a step back Saturday after posting improved scores in their previous competition last weekend.
The women's gymnastics team posted a season-high mark in the floor exercise, despite a fourth-place finish Saturday.
The women’s gymnastics team hosted a meet last Saturday, days after the announced suspension of Aaron Murphy.
In its first meet after coach Aaron Murphy's indefinite suspension, Temple scored 191.700 to finish second out of five teams at McGonigle Hall Saturday.
Alexis Arena and Kerry Arone led the Owls in a losing effort Saturday.