For Cox, it was her 30th career score of 39.0 or more in the all-around, which is a school record. Cox scored above a 9.75 in all four of her events in what was somewhat of a homecoming for the native of Otisco, Ind., which is just over an hour from Lexington.
Cox' performance helped West Virginia (192.875) to a second place finish in the quadrangular meet. The Mountaineers defeated North Carolina (192.000) and Maryland (191.400), while dropping the battle to the host Wildcats (193.775).
The wins moved WVU to 6-2 on the season, which includes a 4-0 mark in their league (EAGL). The Mountaineers host a qud meet at home this weekend, as Penn State, Kent State and George Washington will visit the Coliseum.