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Emory Cheerleading?

elitesrbluecheerelitesrbluecheer Registered User Posts: 137 Junior Member
edited August 2010 in Emory University
I am currently a senior and will be applying to Emory this year. Does anyone know anything about cheerleading at Emory? (Are they good, do they compete, etc.)
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Replies to: Emory Cheerleading?

  • dgeblldgebll Registered User Posts: 478 Member
    A better question may be if Emory has a cheerleading team. I'm not sure that we do. I used to go to a lot of baseball, soccer, and basketball games, and I don't know that I ever saw cheerleaders.
  • skatz57skatz57 Registered User Posts: 24 New Member
    There is a cheerleading team - its not a varsity sport, its a club sport. Im pretty certain they don't compete, although im not positive
  • dgeblldgebll Registered User Posts: 478 Member
    Really? I had no idea.
  • emory2010emory2010 Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
    While there used to be a cheerleading team that cheered for the basketball games at Emory (back around 2002, 2003 ish), there is not official team anymore. There is a cheerleading club and I believe they cheer at various basketball games, but I'm almost positive they don't compete. Anyone who wants to cheer in the club can.
  • MattLeinartFanMattLeinartFan Registered User Posts: 185 Junior Member
    I was just taking Orientation 101 quizzes and there apparently is a Cheerleading team. You can find out more information about it on the Emory Website
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