Meet The 8 Teams Taking On College STUNT Nationals 2019

Eight collegiate teams took on the 2019 College STUNT National Championship this year is in Norman, Oklahoma! Day 1 has come to a close, but the competition is getting more intense with each round. Take a look at all of the teams participating in the National Championship this season!

Oklahoma Baptist University

Shawnee, Oklahoma

Head Coach: Jessica Stiles

Assistant Coaches: Destiny Corbin, Lindsay Smith

Oklahoma Baptist University headed into the 2019 College STUNT National Championship with 13 wins and only 1 loss to Oklahoma State University. The Bison had five seniors this season!

Alma College

Alma, Michigan

Head Coach: Michelle Sabourin

Assistant Coach: Sarah Michalowski

Alma College has had a strong season with 12 wins and only 2 losses, both to Davenport University. The Scots had a strong foundation of nine seniors this season!

Davenport University

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Head Coach: Celia Allen-Hames

Assistant Coaches: Amber Gniewek, McKenzie Jackson, Sara Stevelinck

Davenport University is 4-Time Division II STUNT National Champions and has had an undefeated season leading up to the 2019 College STUNT National Championship. The Panthers currently have four seniors!

Vanguard University

Costa Mesa, California

Head Coach: Leslie Allen

Assistant Coaches: Sam Schuller, Stephanie Ray, Emma Nishimura

Vanguard University made it to the 2019 College STUNT National Championship after 12 wins and 4 losses this season. Look out for Vanguard in the future because this season the Lions only had one senior!

Michigan State University

East Lansing, Michigan

Head Coach: Caitlyn Vermiglio

Assistant Coaches: Brianna Ferguson, Paige Thornton

Michigan State is 3-Time STUNT National qualifiers with 9 wins and 5 losses this year! The Spartans are made up of five seniors this season.

Texas Tech University

Lubbock, Texas

Head Coach: Bruce Bills

Spirit Program Director: Stephanie Rhode

Texas Tech University wrapped up their regular season with 5 wins and 3 losses, two losses to Oklahoma Baptist and one to Oklahoma State. The Raiders have a total of five seniors this season!

Oklahoma State University

Stillwater, Oklahoma

Head Coach: Lindsay Bracken

Assistant Coach: Lauren Manning

Oklahoma State University took on the 2019 College STUNT National Championship with 7 wins and 2 losses to Oklahoma Baptist and Michigan State. The Cowgirls had five seniors taking the mat this season!

California Polytechnic State University

San Luis Obispo, California

Head Coach: Annette Laron-Pickett

Assistant Coach: Alexis Welch

Cal Poly are 2-Time National qualifiers for STUNT Nationals with 10 wins and 4 losses this year! Three seniors took the mat this season with the Mustangs.

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