Invitational Sports: Competitive Cheer & Dance Coaches Corner

COMPETITIVE CHEER & DANCE NEWS   2015 NAIA INVITATIONAL
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CCD WEBINAR

*Please be aware of a correction to slide 19 and anytime there is mention of competition guidelines: the NAIA Rulebook and Score Sheet do not have to be used to count a competition for the regular season.

With the 2015 season, Competitive Cheer and Dance in the NAIA comprises a regular season of at least three countable competitions.

Teams have to compete in a Qualifying Competition to move on to the National Invitational.

NATIONAL INVITATIONAL PLAN

FAQS (updated Jan. 15, 2014)

64 VARSITY PROGRAMS, 48 CLUBS  NAIA Institutions that sponsor Competitive Cheer & Dance's teams, including both varsity and club squads.


See the current list of regular season events scheduled by individual institutions and submit your events online to be included. Questions contact Justin Glenn, CCD Sport Manager

 

March 13-14, 2015
Midland University

Fremont, Neb.

Schedule of Events
Performance Order
Teams Participating

 

2015 QUALIFYING COMPETITION GROUPS  

NORTH
February 27, 2015

Doane College
Crete, Neb.

EAST
February 21, 2015
Siena Heights University
Adrian, Mich.

SOUTH
February 21, 2015
Martin Methodist College
Pulaski, Tenn. 

WEST
February 27, 2015
Kansas Wesleyan University
Salina, Kan.

COACHES RESOURCES
• NAIA Rules
• NAIA Cheer Scoresheet
• NAIA Cheer Rubric
• Cheer Performance Outline
• NAIA Dance Scoresheet
• Dance Performance Outline
• Official's Handbook
• Judges Database 

•  All-American Requirments and Scoring Rubrics
Dance Rubric
•  All-American Dance Routine (Posted in January)
•  All-American Dance Music (Posted in January)

•  Waiver
•  Competition Results Form
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Mascot Information (Exhibition)

The American Association of Cheerleading Coaches and Administrators (AACCA) has a strong focus on safety for cheer coaches and athletes. The AACCA promotes a structured platform of cheerleading safety to over 70,000 cheerleading coaches in all levels of competition.

AACCA Cheerleading Safety Certification List

2014-15 CCD PROPOSAL COMMITTEE

Executive Commitee
Trish Ryan, Midland
Lynsey Payne, Baker
Angie Sword Heath, Siena Heights
Micah Hartsfield, Martin Methodist
Stacie Horton, Grand View 

Commissioners
Scott Crawford, KCAC
Corey Westra, GPAC 

Athletics Directors
Jeff Falkner, Graceland
Jim Abbott, Oklahoma City 

Sports Information Director
Andy Pulverentia, Missouri Valley 

Competition
Trish Ryan, Midland
Alisha Knowler, Briar Cliff
Oriana Rife, Lourdes
Micah Hartsfield, Martin Methodist
Lynsey Payne, Baker

Rubric/Scoring
Angie Sword Heath, Siena Heights
Trish Ryan, Midland
Lynsey Payne, Baker

Marketing
Angie Sword Heath, Siena Heights
Jessica Johnson, Missouri Baptist
Kate Edge, Concordia
Stephanie Prill, Calumet College

Judging
Alisha Knowler, Briar Clif
Jessica Johnson, Missouri Baptist
Oriana Rife, Lourdes
Kate Edge, Concordia
Micah Hartsfield, Martin Methodist
Stacie Horton, Grand View