In Review – July 2017

As summer continues the news cycle is slow, but here’s what’s going on: USASF Member Management System Launch is underway. Delmava Now published Special Needs Cheerleading Team Breaks Boundaries – and Wins. The Maitland Mercury posted World Stage Beckons for Oxygen All Stars. Clarksville Online published Three Austin Peay State University Cheerleaders Win Gold for Team… Continue reading In Review – July 2017

USASF: New for 2017-18 Membership Requirements

Dear USASF Members: Please click below to learn about NEW and important USASF Membership Requirements for the 2017-18 season. These updates include a new required membership status for personnel that accompanies teams into warmup rooms at events, acceptance of membership terms, program definition and additions to the Professional Responsibility Code. Click Here for details.

USASF Member Management System Launch

USASF Member Management System Launch is Near! The USASF is excited to announce the Launch Schedule for the new Member Management System: Monday, July 24th – Open to all Program Owners and Event Producers Thursday, July 27th – Open to all Coaches Tuesday, August 1st – Open to all Athletes or Parents of Athletes The… Continue reading USASF Member Management System Launch

In Review – June 2017

Summer, summer, summertime is here. Here’s what happen while we were enjoying the “offseason”: Circa published Does Cheerleading Have a Concussion Problem. MovieWeb posted Bring It on 6 Trailer Takes the Cheerleaders Worldwide. Washington Examiner published Dear NFL cheerleaders: Don’t Sue Your Teams Over Low Wages. Hays Post posted Cheerleading Could Have New Prospects as… Continue reading In Review – June 2017

Tumble for St. Jude

Varsity University is partnering with St. Jude to raise funds and help find a cure for Childhood Cancer! Join us for “Tumble for St. Jude” at GymTyme All Stars in Louisville, KY and learn from the best in the business! Instructors include Debbie Love, Erica and Shea Crawford, Robbie Gregory, Stephanie Brodbeck, and Corey Ricket!… Continue reading Tumble for St. Jude

In Review – May 2017

May started with the end of Worlds and continued with several end of the year events and tryouts. Some other things also happened: The Atlantic published Why Don’t More People Consider Competitive Cheerleading a Sport?. El Paso Proud reported Teen Charged with Lying to Police About Stolen Cheerleading Uniforms. CBS reported Oakland Raiders Agree To… Continue reading In Review – May 2017