As it did last week in Provo, beam left BYU's women's gymnastics team wondering what might have been as the Cougars scored a 191.275 to host Arizona's 193.925 and Boise State's and Denver's twin 186.625s in a quad meet Friday night.

Vault was the bright spot for the Cougars, with every gymnast scoring over 9.65, including career highs of 9.7 for Elisabeth Crandall and 9.8 for Kelli Rose. The team total (48.775) was the best of the year and just .15 off the BYU record for the event.Bars showed marked improvement from last week, with the lowest score a 9.4 and a team total of 47.8.

Floor was again solid with a team total of 48.15 and a first-time floor score of 9.475 for freshman Janene Christensen.

Beam was a nightmare - the highest individual score of the night was Rose's 9.5 and the team mark was 46.55.

The Cougars' woes on the beam the last two weeks come on the heels of two good beam performances in the first two meets of the season.

Arizona's Tenli Poggemeyer won the all-around title with a 39.3. BYU's Nanette Walker was third with a 38.55 and Rose was right behind her with 38.475.

The Cougars return home to host Southern Utah Feb. 17.