Coed Cheer 2017-18
From Left Bottom: Kevin Goodwin,
From Top Left: Sara Beck, Kassidy Pass, Pounce the Panther, Paris Porter, Tahz Simmons, Linsey Ta-Luong.
All Girl 2017-18
First Row (Left to Right): Alena Moore, Alex Nobles, Kiara Humphrey, Taylor Pickrell, Adajah Pinnock, Julia McIntire
Second Row (Left to Right): Simone Kinnebrew, Sydney Wilson, Brittney Hammond
Third Row (Left to Right): Alexis Williams, Ashtyn Maddox
Top: Pounce the Panther
SAVE THE DATE: 2017 Football Spirit Day is Sept. 30,
The Georgia State Cheerleaders have been nationally ranked in the top 10 at the National Cheerleaders Association Collegiate Championships for the past seven years. Most recently, the team competed in the Small Coed Division I and received second in 2012 and fifth in 2013. In 2014, the team placed 10th in the 1A Small Coed Division
GSU offers a traditional Co-ed team of up to 8 male/female couples and an All-Girl team of up to 16 females. These two teams appear at all home football games at the Georgia Dome, selected away football games, select Olympic sports games/matches, all home basketball games, and post season tournaments. Again this season, the top 20 cheer athletes will compete at the National Cheerleaders Association (NCA) Collegiate Nationals in Daytona, Fla. in April. Throughout the year, all of our cheer athletes will be asked to do numerous public appearances. These appearances are part of your responsibilities just as practices,
As the ambassadors to the city of Atlanta, the Georgia State Cheer and Dance teams have appeared in the motion picture "The Watch" starring Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn. They appeared in the television show, "Drop Dead Divas." In the summer of 2013, the team appeared on "Fox Sports Race Day," live from the Atlanta Motor Speedway. In the summer of 2014, the team will appear on "America's Got Talent."
Many of our current and past cheerleaders have been members of the National Cheerleaders Association (NCA) Staff
ADDITIONAL PROGRAM PERKS TO MEMBERS
As a GSU Spirit group member you have the following perks:
- To be recognized and respected as a student-athlete on campus, as well as the Atlanta metropolitan area.
- Priority Registration for Spring Classes.
- Use of the Student Athlete study center and printing.
- Use of the GSU Sports Medicine training room and staff.
- Workouts lead by the GSU Football Strength and Conditioning staff.
- Free practice and performance wear including Under Armour Shoes, warm ups, back
- Paid travel expenses including meals and lodging.
- Game Day meals.
- Post season travel to the Sun Belt Tournament in New Orleans, La., and NCAA Tournament destinations.
- National competition opportunities in Daytona Beach, Fla., as well as others.
All-Girl Team: Standing tumbling, preferably a
Coed Team: Females - Standing
GSU Cheerleaders are a great hit at events of all kind! If you are interested in booking them for an event, click here for the Spirit Squads Request Form.
All practice clothes, uniforms, Under Armour shoes, warm-ups, as well as other accessories,
Other perks of being a GSU Spirit student-athlete status include early spring registration, workouts with the strength and conditioning coach, as well as
The GSU Spirit program attended the Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) and The Universal Dance Association (UDA) camp held at East Tennessee State University in Johnson City Tennessee this past weekend. While there, GSU, along with teams from Ball State University, Liberty University, The University of Cincinnati, Morehead State, Western Kentucky, The University of Memphis, Appalachian State, Virginia Tech, Tennessee Tech, and The University of Kentucky, participated in sessions that instructed the athletes on how to maximize crowd interaction and participation at athletic events. The teams also participated in the camp competitions. The cheerleaders received 3rd place in the sideline chant
2015 Cheer Group Wins Division Champion award at Aloha Cheerleading Championship
Four members of the Georgia State University All Girl cheerleading team received the Division Champion award at the Aloha Cheerleading Championships held Sunday, March 29 at the Cobb Galleria.
Abby Hasenkopf, Lindsay Wild, Janay McPherson and Emily Watts competed in the College All Girl Stunt Group competition. These team members worked diligently on this routine since January, while covering their duties of cheering for the Panther men's and women's basketball teams.
“It is great to see this hard-working group be able to not only showcase their
| Darryl Lyons
Head Coach - Spirit Groups