Angella Gunnell broke both the Southern Utah all-around and floor exercise records Monday night in leading the Thunderbird women's gymnastics team to a 190.950-184.075 win over injury-depleted Boise State.

Gunnell won three of four individual events, scoring 9.725 on bars, a career-high 9.8 on beam, then posting a school-best mark of 9.875 on floor to push her all-around score to 39.050. The feat marked the first time a SUU gymnast has broken the 39.0 barrier.SUU dominated the meet, as Boise State had been hit hard by injuries recently. The Broncos were without the services of top all-arounder Julie Wagner, who suffered a sprained ankle two weeks ago, then lost Amy Kilgore, one of their most consistent floor and beam workers last Saturday.

SUU, which had taken a narrow 188.675-188.650 victory over the Broncos earlier this season in Boise, was able to claim every team event title, winning the vault by a 47.200-46.850 margin, bars by 47.700-45.850, taking the beam handily, 47.925-46.575, and dominating floor, 48.125-44.800.

Individually, an SUU gymnast won every event except vault, which was taken by BSU's Johnna Evans with a 9.875 mark. Southern Utah's Julie Talbot and Gunnell shared bars honors with identical 9.7235 marks, while Gunnell won both beam and floor.