#1 Oklahoma State University To Face Off Against #4 Cal Poly

The 9th Annual College STUNT National Championship is set to take place this weekend in Norman, California and 8 teams will battle it out in Division l & Division ll with the hopes of being named the 2019 College STUNT National Champions.

The double-elimination Championship tournament takes place May 4-5 and will feature the all-around top four teams in two separate Open divisions. The Open Division I teams include Oklahoma State University, Michigan State University, Texas Tech University and Cal Poly. 

The Open Division II teams include Davenport University, Oklahoma Baptist University, Alma College and Vanguard University. 

The Championship will conclude with a matchup between the top-ranking Varsity teams in Division I and Division II to determine the Varsity Division National Champion.

One Division l team that’s a heavy favorite going into the weekend is Oklahoma State University. OSU has won the College STUNT National Championship for 5 consecutive years and is heading into the weekend ranked 1st within the division.


The Cowgirls are led by Head Coach Lindsay Bracken and Assistant Coach Lauren Manning. This season, OSU went 7-2-0 only falling to #2 Oklahoma Baptist (Dll) and #2 Michigan State (Dl).

Like many other strong STUNT programs, Oklahoma State believes the 4th Quarter of every game is their strongest because they have the ability to showcase all of their strengths and skills at once.

On Saturday, #1 OSU will battle it out against #4 Cal Poly for Round l of the 2019 College STUNT National Championship starting May 4th at 12:45 AM CT.

Can the Cowgirls hold on to their impressive STUNT win streak or will another Division l school take the championship title in 2019?

Tune in to find out and watch the 2019 College STUNT National Championship LIVE all weekend long for the first time ever right here on FloCheer!


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