Final Teams Moving On To STUNT Semi-Finals

Day 1 at the 2019 College STUNT National Championship has come and gone and the remaining teams will compete for a chance at a National Title in the Division I and Division II categories!

Division II

Vanguard University was eliminated from the Division II competition after falling short to Oklahoma Baptist University in Semi-Finals with a final score of 21-2.

Kicking off Game #5 in Division II will be Oklahoma Baptist University and Alma University at 11 AM CT. The loser of this game will be eliminated with the winner heading to the Final Championship at 2:00 PM CT!

Division I

Texas Tech took on Cal Poly in round II and Texas Tech ‘Wrecked’ the competition and came out on top with a final score of 19-4.

The Semi-Final round for the Division I category will take place at 12:15 PM CT with the loser being eliminated from the competition. The winner of this round will then head to the final competition taking place at 3:30 PM CT.

Tomorrow's Division I Semi-Final round will be Texas Tech and Michigan State going head to head for a shot in the Final round.

Also don’t forget, later in the day at 5:00 PM CT, Tuttle High School and Owasso High School will be competing for the Oklahoma STUNT High School Championship title !

Immediately after, at 6:30 PM CT will be the Varsity Championship Game where the top Varsity team from Division I and the top Varsity team from Division II/III will go head to head for the championship game.

There’s lots of action going on here at the 2019 College STUNT National Championship and you don’t want to miss it. Be sure to watch it all LIVE on FloCheer!

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