Cheer & Dance

Print
USA Cheer Announces Locations of 2019 Fall Combines

1 Aug, 2019


The USA Federation for Sport Cheering (USA Cheer),  the National Governing Body for Sport Cheering in the United States, has announced its 2019 fall combines for cheer and STUNT.

Combines are open to all high school students interested in cheering in college. Colleges from across the country are invited to meet and assess the skills of high school cheerleaders.

This event is a way for in-state and out of state coaches to recruit potential athletes for their college cheer and STUNT teams. The intention is that coaches and athletes connect to find the best fit academically and athletically.

USA Weightlifting will also be present at all combines offering an opportunity to learn more about weightlifting at the Collegiate and Olympic level. To view a sample schedule CLICK HERE

Locations of Combines are as follows:

Texas: Saturday, August 3, 2019 - Dallas Baptist University  Attending Colleges | Hotel Information

Southern California: Saturday, September 14, 2019 - Concordia University- Irvine Attending Colleges | Hotel Information

Northern California: Sunday, September 15, 2019 - Sacramento State University Attending Colleges  | Hotel Information

Ohio: Sunday, September 22, 2019 - Ashland University Attending Colleges | Hotel Information

Oklahoma: Sunday, September 29, 2019 - Oral Roberts University Attending Colleges | Hotel Information

The USA Cheer Combines are sponsored by Captain U, an online recruiting platform connecting high school athletes with college programs across the country.

USA Cheer exists to serve the cheer community, including club cheering (all-star) and traditional school-based cheer programs, and the growing 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. In addition, there are US National Adaptive Abilities and Special Abilities Teams, providing further opportunities in the sport. The websites for more information are www.usacheer.org and www.stuntthesport.org

Print

Subscribe to SDM