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Team USA 2013

Team USA 2013 has been announced. The All Girl team will be coached by Tony Nash (Indiana) and Misty Hodges (Louisville) and the Coed team will be coached by LeRoy McCullough (formerly Oklahoma State) and David McDowell (formerly Alabama).

USA CheerTeam USA All Girl:

  • Courtney Boswell, Oklahoma State
  • Michelle Bowles, Bowling Green State
  • Aisha Brandon, Louisville
  • Keely Cherry, Oklahoma State
  • Maria D’Addeo, Louisville
  • Chrissy Day, Indiana
  • Taylor DeSimone, Morehead State
  • Megan Gill, Bowling Green State
  • Kaysie Hanle, Louisville
  • Caity Hinshaw, Indiana
  • Meghan Jones, Louisville
  • Kara Jordan, Louisville
  • Megan Klein, Louisville
  • Amy Leet, Oklahoma State
  • Kirby Lynch, Indiana
  • Ryan Martin, Alabama
  • McKensie Martin, Alabama
  • Nancy Miceli, Louisville
  • Rebekah Pastor, Bowling Green State
  • Katie Patterson, Louisville
  • Kristen Pernice, Louisville
  • Jamie Piccione, Clemson
  • Abbey Pilgrim, Bowling Green State
  • Amanda Robertson, Kennesaw State
  • Maddie Shelton, Louisville
  • Lindsey Sitzlar, Louisville
  • Lexie Skipper, Louisville
  • Natalie Skizas, Indiana
  • Samantha Smith, Oklahoma State
  • Angela Stilwell, Indiana
  • Myranda Stout, Oklahoma State
  • Allison Terrell, Alabama
  • Tiffany Underwood, Alabama

Team USA Coed:

  • Bethany Jackson, Memphis
  • Sara Coggins, Alabama
  • Courtney Shobe, Oklahoma State
  • Azaria Bermudez, Hawaii
  • Amy Winn, Memphis
  • Kaitlyn Chamberlian, Kentucky
  • Jessica Knight, Shelton State
  • Chelsea-Lynn Bogda, Memphis
  • Bridget Razem, Morehead State
  • Cayce Brasel, Memphis
  • Mallory Mosbey, Memphis
  • Chelsea Chism, Louisville
  • Josh Gallia, Memphis
  • Mitch Budlong, Memphis
  • Patrick Miller, Memphis
  • James Blunk, Sacramento State
  • Tony Crump, Memphis
  • Sean Gully, Louisville
  • Jordan Olson, Alabama
  • Deshawn Clarke, Florida Atlantic
  • Dave Clemons, Bowling Green State
  • Dee Scott
  • Jason Riel, Columbus
  • Anthony Reisch, Oklahoma State
  • John Stuart, Oklahoma State
  • Roger Kopp, Oklahoma State
  • Tucker Hunter, Oklahoma State
  • Shiettiel Stephens, Memphis
  • Adam Yaw, Washington

Team USA All Girl 2013 | Team USA Coed 2013

The College Stunt Association Announces Season Two All Americans

Memphis, Tenn., (May 31, 2012) – The College STUNT Association, under the leadership of USA Cheer, has announced this seasons All Americans.

USA CheerThis year’s 2012 STUNT All Americans were selected by a committee of coaches from various regions along with two STUNT officials. Nominees for All American need to exhibit superior skills and techniques as well as good game sense and knowledge of STUNT, and be in good academic standing. They also needed to have participated in at least half of the games or tournaments for at least 50 percent of the routines.

“We were extremely impressed with the athleticism of our STUNT All Americans,” says Bill Seely, Executive Director of USA Cheer. “They played a major role in the success of their teams and presented our sport with dignity and grace. As STUNT progresses we are proud to salute the talented athletes who make up our sport.”

Twenty, First Team All Americans were chosen for the 2012 season of STUNT, along with ten Second Team All Americans. More information can be found on http://collegestunt.org.

2011-12 STUNT All American First Team

Name Position Year City, ST University
Michelle Bowles Top Sophomore Toledo, OH Bowling Green State University
Aisha Brandon Top Senior Columbus, OH University of Louisville
Chelsea Campbell Top Junior Tampa, FL Florida State
Kylie Groves Base Sophomore City Heights, CA Sierra College
Danielle Keathley Top Junior The Woodlands, TX Sam Houston State University
Molly Kirkpatrick Top Sophomore Winterville, NC South Carolina
Erica Levy Top Sophomore Marietta, GA South Carolina
Conice Leverett Base Junior College Park, GA Georgia Southern
Sydney Lewis Backspot Junior Artesia, NM Texas A&M
Katie Loos Base Senior Ashburn, VA University of Louisville
Kelsey Morris Top Freshman Elverta, CA Sierra College
Ashlee Newsome Top Freshman McDonough, GA Georgia Southern
Savannah Owen Base Senior Edmond, OK Oklahoma City University
Abbey Pilgrim Top/
Backspot
Freshman Englewood, OH Bowling Green State University
Lisa Reichardt Top Senior Norman, OK Oklahoma City University
Michelle Smith Top Sophomore Edmond, OK Oklahoma State University
Myranda Stout Base Sophomore Edmond, OK Oklahoma State University
Kaylor Strayhorn Base Senior Friendswood, TX Texas A&M
Sara Treser Base Junior Roscoe, PA West Virginia University
Autumn Veuleman Base Senior Foyil, OK Central Oklahoma 

2011-12 STUNT All American Second Team

Name Position Year City, ST University
Taylor Arlis Top Senior Batavia, IL University of Illinois
Christina Armstrong Backspot Freshman Burbank, CA Glendale College
Ciara Avringer Backspot Senior Canton, GA University of Georgia
Melanie Bartamian Base Freshman Burbank, CA Glendale College
Rayven Bridges Base Junior Hallsville, TX Sam Houston State University
Libby Cervantes Top Senior Oswego, IL University of Illinois
Jennifer Groff Base Sophomore Baltimore, MD West Virginia University
Taylor Hodges Base/ Top Freshman Tampa, FL Florida State
Desiree Maw Backspot Senior Del City, OK Central Oklahoma
Katie Mercer Base Senior Warner Robins, GA University of Georgia

About the Format

STUNT follows a game format with four quarters, including a short half time. These quarters include Partner Stunts, Group Jumps & Tumbling, Pyramids & Tosses, and Team Performance. Players wear uniforms that identify them by number. Within each quarter, teams perform skill sequences of varying levels of difficulty, technical execution and synchronization. The fourth quarter is the “Team Performance” which allows teams to incorporate their entire team’s arsenal into a choreographed routine. Two to six teams compete simultaneously in head-to-head competition.

Cheerleaders, coaches, and parents can visit http://collegestunt.org to learn more about STUNT, the College STUNT Association and its initiatives.

About USA Cheer

The USA Federation for Sport Cheering is a not-for profit organization and is the national governing body for all disciplines of cheerleading. USA Cheer exists to serve the entire cheer community, including club cheering (All Star), traditional school based cheer programs and the new sport of “STUNT.” USA Cheer has three primary objectives: help grow and develop interest and participation in Cheer throughout the United States; promote safety and safety education for cheer in the United States; and represent the United States of America in international cheer competitions.

For more information, contact Sheila Noone at 901-251-5959.

The College Stunt Association Announces Season Two All Americans

2012 Team USA

USA Cheer announced the 2012 Team USA members. Congratulations and Good Luck!

USA CheerAll Girl

  • Amanda Pearson
  • Genevieve Sell
  • Kelly Clifford
  • Nancy Miceli
  • Angela Stillwell
  • Caitlyn Hinshaw
  • Kirby Lynch
  • Courtney Byrne
  • Aisha Brandon
  • Lindsey Sitzler
  • Maria D’Addeo
  • Molly Harrold
  • Katie Loos
  • Kaysie Hanle
  • Megan Klien
  • Meghan Jones
  • Amanda Scripture
  • Felicia Bordonaro
  • Jamie Piccione
  • Natalie Skizas
  • Amy Leet
  • Bethany Victorino
  • Jacqueline Jeffries
  • Stephanie Bibby
  • Michelle Woodward
  • Lexie Skipper
  • Kelly McGrory
  • Madeline Jenne
  • Mallory Mingus
  • Chelsey Kannan

Coed

  • Allison Greer
  • Caitlin Seabrook
  • Courtney Shobe
  • Brittany Maynard
  • Azaria Bermudez
  • Lauren Grady
  • Sara Masters
  • Summer Hill
  • Bethany Jackson
  • Ryan Martin
  • Malyssa-Lin Barbasa
  • Anthony Reisch
  • Brad Weber
  • Jason Keogh
  • Jeremy Lumpkin
  • Mitch Budlong
  • Patrick Miller
  • Dishon Clark
  • Matt Ramirez
  • Kelvin Lam
  • Ozell Williams
  • Rob Ellery
  • Trey Forsyth
  • Josh Gallia
  • Jordan Olson
  • Tony Crump

The College Stunt Association Announces Inaugural All Americans

Memphis, Tenn., (June 1, 2011) – The College STUNT Association, under the leadership of USA Cheer, has announced their All Americans for their inaugural STUNT season. All Americans were chosen by a committee of coaches from various regions along with two STUNT officials.

A new competitive team sport that has derived from traditional cheerleading, STUNT removes the crowd-leading and focuses on the technical and athletic components of cheer, which include the partner stunts, pyramids, basket tosses, jumps and tumbling skills. STUNT has been designed with the goal of being considered for NCAA Emerging Sport status and to ultimately satisfy Title IX’s requirements for intercollegiate sport.

Coaches from the 22 teams that participated in the first season of STUNT were invited to nominate two athletes from their teams to be All Americans. Nominees for All Americans needed to exhibit superior skills and techniques as well as good game sense and knowledge of STUNT, and be in good academic standing. They also needed to have participated in at least half of the games or tournaments for at least 50 percent of the routine.

“We were extremely impressed with the athleticism of these first ever STUNT All Americans,” says Bill Seely, Executive Director of USA Cheer. “They played a major role in the success of their teams and presented our new sport with dignity and grace.”

Twenty All Americans were chosen for the 2011 season of STUNT, along with eight Honorable Mentions. More information can be found on http://collegestunt.org.

2010-11 STUNT All-American Team

  • Aisha Brandon (Senior) – University of Louisville
  • Stacey Bryner (Senior) – North Carolina State University
  • Samantha Carlton (Junior) – Cal Poly at San Luis Obispo
  • Gabriela Cisneros (Junior) – University of Florida
  • Heather Costa (Senior) – Framingham State University
  • Ashley Cottrell (Junior) – Morgan State University
  • Janee Demery (Senior) – Georgia Southern University
  • Courtney Fernandez (Senior) – Methodist University
  • Natalie Finney (Junior) – Oklahoma State University
  • Jenna Fischer (Senior) – University of Georgia
  • Dani Keathley (Freshman) – Sam Houston State University
  • Ashley Lanphere (Senior) – North Carolina State University
  • Nicole Legere (Freshman) – Framingham State University
  • Lauren Lock (Senior) – Texas A&M
  • Amanda Ross (Sophomore) – Morgan State University
  • Felicia Rousseau (Sophomore) – Stonehill College
  • Nicole Shaw (Junior) – Cal Poly at San Luis Obispo
  • Lindsey Sitzlar (Senior) – University of Louisville
  • Madison Thibault (Senior) – Slippery Rock University
  • Kayla Wheatley (Senior) – Georgia Southern University

2010-11 STUNT All-American Team Honorable Mentions

  • Ciara Auringer (Junior) – University of Georgia
  • Chastity Chapman (Freshman) – Methodist University
  • Ashley Daignault (Freshman) – University of Central Oklahoma
  • Andrea Dearing (Sophomore) – Sam Houston State University
  • Ashley Engelbert (Freshman) – University of Florida
  • Amanda Estes (Freshman) – University of Central Oklahoma
  • Amy Haraden (Senior) – Stonehill College
  • Lexie Novosad (Freshman) – Oklahoma State University

About STUNT

A total of 22 teams participated in the inaugural season of STUNT this year and plans are already underway for the 2012 season. The STUNT season began in January 2011, and culminated with the National Championship in Daytona Beach following the NCA Collegiate Cheerleading Championship. Additional teams that participated in games this season include Methodist University, Adams State College, California Baptist University, University of Central Oklahoma, Morehead State University, Oklahoma State University, Sam Houston State University, San Diego State University, Slippery Rock University, Stonehill College, Temple University, Texas A & M University, University of Georgia, University of Florida, University of North Carolina and West Virginia University.

About the Format

STUNT follows a game format with four quarters, including a short half time. These quarters include Partner Stunts, Group Jumps & Tumbling, Pyramids & Tosses, and Team Performance. Players wear uniforms that identify them by number. Within each quarter, teams perform skill sequences of varying levels of difficulty, technical execution and synchronization. The fourth quarter is the “Team Performance” which allows teams to incorporate their entire team’s arsenal into a choreographed routine. Two to six teams compete simultaneously in head-to-head competition.

Cheerleaders, coaches, and parents can visit http://collegestunt.org to learn more about STUNT, the College STUNT Association and its initiatives.

About USA Cheer

The USA Federation for Sport Cheering is a not-for profit organization and is the national governing body for all disciplines of cheerleading. USA Cheer exists to serve the entire cheer community, including club cheering (All Star), traditional school based cheer programs and the new sport of “STUNT.” USA Cheer has three primary objectives: help grow and develop interest and participation in Cheer throughout the United States; promote safety and safety education for cheer in the United States; and represent the United States of America in international cheer competitions.

For more information, contact Sheila Noone at 901-251-5959.

The College Stunt Association Announces Inaugural All Americans