Bama cheer

Discussion in 'College Cheerleading, NCATA, & STUNT' started by keepdreamin, Jul 31, 2013.

  1. keepdreamin

    keepdreamin Somewhere... some one.... is giving me a slow clap

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    Hey everyone,
    I was wondering if anyone on here is/was a cheerleader for University of Alabama or could help me answer any of the following questions. I'm around 5'3 and 125 lbs. I'm not sure if it would be right to try out for all girl or coed. I have experience as a coed and all girl flyer and base.
    - Skills you tried out with?
    - Did you attend clinics before trying out?
    - Other preparations made?
    - How do you like the team?
    Thanks again for the help. I have big dreams and really hope you all can help me make them come true :)

     
  2. Kentucky Girl

    Kentucky Girl I text ACEDAD all the time

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  3. flcheermom

    flcheermom I think I can mix Cheer Music

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    I believe the all girl team will be competing this year at UCA Nationals - from what my daughter heard at camp. :)


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  4. ACEDAD

    ACEDAD Named "Best Veteran" meaning "Most Attractive". National Champion

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    Your best bet is to talk to a coach. Brandon Prince is the head coach for the all girl squad and also an ACE coach. His email is tribeprince1@yahoo.com. Tell him I said hello.


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