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CHEERLEADING

COLLEGIATE TEAMS
High school cheerleaders have many options available to compete at the collegiate level which include the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA).

In the highly competitive world of collegiate sports, you need to set yourself apart and give yourself the best opportunity to get the attention of college coaches. Many student-athletes are talented and have the ability to play sports in college yet are never discovered thus missing out on the opportunity of playing at the next level. Here at Champion Collegiate Recruiting, we partner with you and champion your recruiting cause by displaying to college coaches the recruitable player you are. 

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Recruiting Tip
The transition from high school cheerleading to college cheerleading can be a challenge. There are many different aspects of being a college cheerleader compared to the good ole high school days. Know exactly what changes to expect with our college cheer guide that covers it all! First things first... you have to try out for the team! Every school will have a scheduled tryout each year, which is usually held in the spring. Be prepared for an entire weekend to be taken up, as most colleges hold tryouts on both Saturday and Sunday. Obviously, it takes more than just one day to decide who is “college material.” Expect tryouts in college to be much different than in high school. Depending on what school you will be trying out for, the tryout procedure and difficulty levels will change. In college, instead of performing the typical cheer, dance, and toe touch in front of a panel of judges like you would in high school, skills will be a main focus. Most colleges require certain stunts to be performed as well as tumbling. College tryouts are less about a performance and more about being observed in a practice environment.  Last but certainly not least, be ready to meet new people and make friends at tryouts. After all, the people you meet could be your best friends for the next four years.

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