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Kentucky Girl

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it's definitely been trending that way for the last few years, this one confirming it. Lots of D1A All Girl Intermediate teams though. I wonder if that has caused it?

I think you're right about the intermediate divisions being available in NCA competitions. UCA competitions do not have intermediate divisions at neither the college nor the high school nationals. I noticed that more teams compete in the UCA than in the NCA IMO. Thoughts?
 
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it's definitely been trending that way for the last few years, this one confirming it. Lots of D1A All Girl Intermediate teams though. I wonder if that has caused it?

I do see a lot of club teams in that division. All though I am interested in the academic trend for some of the schools. Some of the schools listed are highly competitive and I know there's a correlation to getting high level cheerleaders accepted into these D1A schools.
 

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I do see a lot of club teams in that division. All though I am interested in the academic trend for some of the schools. Some of the schools listed are highly competitive and I know there's a correlation to getting high level cheerleaders accepted into these D1A schools.

I noticed that, too. NCA does allow club teams to compete but the UCA only allows the official spirit squads whose main focus is supporting their athletic teams.
 
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According to my CP (NCSU Small Coed), a lot of programs have had funding cut. We are lucky and do not have to pay any money for her to compete, but a friend of ours at a smaller school had to raise $1000 right off the bat to be considered to make mat.

Neither does a team like Louisville or Oklahoma State, for that matter.
 
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According to my CP (NCSU Small Coed), a lot of programs have had funding cut. We are lucky and do not have to pay any money for her to compete, but a friend of ours at a smaller school had to raise $1000 right off the bat to be considered to make mat.

I was on NCSU's all girl team and have a lot of friends on small coed....it was so memorable to watch them win last year! Can't wait to see what they're bringing to Daytona this weekend at showcase!!


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