The Georgia State Spirit Program
Georgia State University offers an exciting spirit program that supports Panther athletics. The athletes in the program are some of the brightest and best ambassadors of the GSU campus. The teams are becoming more competitive each year, climbing the national rankings of the competitive cheerleading team in the past few years. Each year at tryouts, we look for more talent to continue to build the program and help it reach its highest potential. To be a successful athlete in our program takes a lot of leadership, dedication, and most of all spirit! We need great athletes who can lead the crowd in the traditional collegiate manner, as well as talented and skilled performers. All candidates should have strong
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In the past seven seasons since football began at Georgia State, the spirit program has experienced tremendous growth with the inclusion of the Pantherettes Dance team, which was a club team prior to 2011. The Pantherettes have grown to be not only the stars of the game on the court during basketball season timeouts and
The cheerleaders have become nationally competitive over the past seven years as well. The team has participated in the Universal Cheerleaders Association camps (UCA) held at Alabama in the past few years where they have won numerous awards. Several former outstanding members have also become UCA instructors. The team has competed at The National Cheerleaders Association College Nationals at Daytona Beach, Fla., where they received 11th in 2011, second in 2012, fifth in 2013, and 10th in 2014. The team was most recently crowned National Champions in 2016 at the Cheersport College Nationals here in Atlanta.
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
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