Cheerleading season is gearing up with spring tryouts, awesome camp, and summer practices. If you’re a veteran on your squad, you’re probably really excited to meet your new teammates and reunite with your other returning friends.
As I close this incredible chapter of my life and get ready to graduate from USC, I’m reminded of how blessed I am to have been a cheerleader. We have the opportunity to encourage others, build them up, and bring them joy.Read More
Richard Culliver is a smart, witty, adorable seven year old who like most little boys loves sports. Last October, Richard was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor, called Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma. Unfortunately, this tumor cannot be stopped, and his family’s main goal is to give him the happiest childhood he could ever want, enjoying the precious time they have with Richard. Recently, his biggest interest has become the South Carolina Gamecocks, and while he became a huge fan, he also gained more than 60 new fans from the USC cheerleading team.Read More
It’s that time of the year. Crunch-time. Go-time. Time to shine. Time to make your routine hit. Probably the biggest challenge we all face at this time of year is making sure we stay focused, calm, and determined as we get ready to compete!Read More
No matter what you or your teammates choose to celebrate over the holiday season, why don’t we all embrace the spirit of giving? Let’s find out what we can do to make others have a happy, memorable holiday as well.Read More
Brr! Time to unpack your team warm-ups, windsuits and bodysuits! It’s getting pretty chilly in South Carolina, and I can imagine it’s even colder wherever most of you are! It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and for cheerleaders it’s the busiest! The funniest question I get asked by my friends in class is, “Cait, are you ready for a nice long Thanksgiving/Christmas break from cheerleading?” Boy, are they confused!Read More
Happy October y’all! This is an exciting month for cheerleaders across the country! This is when we get to cheer for our team playing our biggest football rivals, we get to carve pumpkins, and most importantly, we get to wear my favorite color: PINK! That’s right, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and it’s time for cheerleaders everywhere to THINK PINK!Read More