WKU Cheerleaders

 

Western Kentucky University Cheerleading
presents the 2013 College Prep Clinics 
Clinics are an opportunity for Middle and High school cheerleaders to prepare for cheerleading at the college level.  This is also an opportunity for seniors planning to tryout at WKU to get a head start by learning the tryout material early and meet other potential cheerleaders to work on tryout material. The cost is $50 per clinic.
 
Saturday March 2nd     1:30-4:30pm     Diddle Arena Aux Gym B
Saturday March 23rd     6-9pm      Diddle Arena Aux Gym B
Saturday April 6th         6-9pm      Diddle Arena Aux Gym B
 
Current WKU Coed and All-girl cheerleaders as well as the WKU coaching staff will be available to work with you on stunting, tumbling, baskets, and etc. The tryout material will be taught and assistance on cleaning up that material is offered. Each tryout participant will need to learn the fight song as well as a cheer that they will be required to know for tryouts. In addition to the fight song and cheer the all-girl tryout participants will also be required to learn a dance. 

For any questions concerning the prep clinics or tryouts, please contact: 
Coed Tom Jones-270-202-042     All Girl Joshua Bewley-270-799-1336
 tomskkjones@insightbb.com       wkuallgirlcheerleading@gmail.com
 
Western Kentucky University Tryout Information
 
Tryout Date: April 13th Doors open 8am– Tryouts begin at 9am 
The tryout day process is closed. Only cheerleaders trying out need to report on tryout day. 
Location: Diddle Arena
Tryout Clinic Dates: April 10th, 11th,12th
Clinic Times: 7:00pm-9:30pm
Location- Diddle Arena Auxiliary Gym B

2012-13 WKU Cheerleading Squad

 

(back row left to right) Spencer Ogles, Spencer Bradley, Kole Wilkinson, Jake Hodges, Alex Hawkins, Jerrod Moore, Zack McMillen, Jordan Alexander, Tom Jones, Sarah Jones
(front row left to right) Tyler Bacon, Victoria Tinkle, Kirstie Taylor, Leslie Duke, Allie Farrell, Caitlyn Jones, Keri Legg, Bethany Moore, Miranda Young, Richard Heng


2012-13 WKU All Girl Squad

 

Back Row (Left to Right) Bri Barber, Amanada Cruz, Lani Kuegel, Jacey Boston, Ashley Begley, Taylor Bennett, Carlee Peace, Whitley Lawson, Emily Bouchard, Madison Schwettman, Brette Wimpee, Laura Banks.

Front Row (Left to Right) Meredith Kindred, Andrea Bailey, Abby Quinlan, Whitney Grider, Jennifer Hamilton, Bethany White, Jennifer Ryan, Jasmine Taylor, Karlesha Taylor, Amanda Quakenbush, Madison Hayden, Jessica Riley.

 

2012-13 Coaching Staff

 

(Left to Right): Sarah K Jones, Tom Jones, Joshua Bewley, Joni Hall

 

 

WKU Cheerleading Competes in 2013 National Competition 

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. --   The Western Kentucky University all-girl and coed cheerleading squads both placed inside the Top 10 at this weekend's UCA College Cheerleading National Championships, hosted at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Fla.

The competition is considered the most prestigious cheerleading championship in the country.

WKU placed eighth in the all-girl Division IA field after hitting a perfect routine in the semi-final round. The finish was higher than the likes of Mississippi State, Memphis and Temple. WKU was one of two non- automatic qualifying BCS programs to finish in the top eight, joining San Diego State who placed fifth.

The coed Hilltopper cheerleaders were one of 13 teams in the nation to advance to the final round, where they posted a ninth-place finish. WKU was one of four non-automatic qualifying BCS programs to advance to finals and beat out Tennessee, Mississippi State, Cincinnati, Florida State, Michigan State and Oklahoma.

The WKU all-girl squad is coached by Tom and Sarah Jones while Josh Bewley heads the coed cheerleaders along with Joni Hall. 

"We are so proud of our two WKU Cheerleading squads," said WKU assistant athletic director of marketing Lindsay Boyden. "They represented WKU in a first class manner and both placed in the top ten of their divisions respectively. These young ladies and young men work so hard all year long to compete with the best of the best. A big thank you to them and our great coaching staff for a job well done!"




Varsity competed in the UCA College Competition and received 2nd place in Division I in 2004 and 2006.  Varsity and All Girl Squads competing in 2009 and 2010  in Division IA and received two Top Ten Finishes.


Large Coed: Cheer Football and Men’s Basketball
All-Girl Squad: Cheer Football and Women’s Basketball
 

 

Stacey R. Coy
December 27, 1974 - January 8, 1998

The Western Kentucky University Athletics Department has established a Memorial Scholarship Fund in the memory of Stacey Coy.

Stacey, a senior health care administration major, died in an automobile accident on January 8, 1998.

Stacey was a varsity cheerleader for football and men's basketball for three seasons, serving two years as co-captain. She fulfilled her dream of serving as "Big Red" during the 1997-98 season.

This scholarship fund has been established for WKU's cheerleading program.


Scholarship donations
can be sent to:

Stacey Coy
Memorial Scholarship Fund

c/o WKU Foundation
Western Kentucky University
1 Big Red Way
Bowling Green, Ky. 42101