2020 NAIA Competitive Cheer All-Americans Announced

2020 NAIA Competitive Cheer All-Americans Announced

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced Tuesday the 2020 NAIA Competitive Cheer (CCD) All-America teams. To achieve NAIA All-America or Honorable Mention status, student-athletes participate in a try-out.

Officials judge the athletes during the try-out and All-Americans are determined by the judges’ scores. An athlete must score at least a total of 12 in order to be considered for honorable mention and one must score at least a total of 16 in order to be considered for All-America. The CCD Coaches Association officers then confirm the list of scores and athletes.

The All-America teams are designated by “All-America” and “Honorable Mention” status. This is the fourth championship season for the sports of Competitive Cheer.

The 2020 NAIA National Championships are hosted by St. Ambrose University and will take place at the Lee Lohman Arena from March 13-14. Dance competition begins at 4:30 p.m. CST on March 13 with the cheer routines to start at 6:45 p.m. Saturday’s activities will commence at 10 a.m. with the awards ceremony scheduled for 2:25 p.m.

When referencing the award, we encourage them to use #NAIAAllAmerican in their posts!

2020 NAIA National Competitive Cheer All-America

Jerome Asbury Central Methodist (Mo.) Honorable Mention
Fred Watts Concordia (Mich.) All America
Phebe Mchargue Cumberlands (Ky.) All America
Kalie Whitehall Graceland (Iowa) Honorable Mention
Austin Stinfer Indiana Wesleyan All America
Emily Heighway Indiana Wesleyan Honorable Mention
Brenden Marks Life (Ga.) All America
Chloe Carter Martin Methodist (Tenn.) All America
Koby Houser Martin Methodist (Tenn.) All America
Alissa Fitzgerald Midland (Neb.) All America
Dario Ortiz Midland (Neb.) All America
Derrick Hobbs Midland (Neb.) All America
Taylor Kvittem Midland (Neb.) Honorable Mention
DeMarquez Frazier Midland (Neb.) All America
Dominic Johnson Missouri Baptist Honorable Mention
Aleigha Pierce Missouri Valley All America
Amy Meyers Missouri Valley All America
Kendrick Rivera Missouri Valley All America
Rylee Mills Missouri Valley All America
Colton Wells Mobile (Ala.) All America
Brylee Hinson Oklahoma City All America
Jaden Jesseph Oklahoma City All America
Kaleigth Krimmel Oklahoma City All America
Katie Gregory Oklahoma City All America
Kayanna Salmon Oklahoma City All America
Kenzie Landes Oklahoma City All America
Maggie Hirsekom Oklahoma City All America
Peyton York Oklahoma City All America
Kasidi Feltman Point (Ga.) Honorable Mention
Kirsten Burks Point (Ga.) Honorable Mention
Alyssa Alberti St. Ambrose (Iowa) All America
Anna Thorson St. Ambrose (Iowa) All America
Jose Ojeda St. Ambrose (Iowa) All America
Zoe Walrath St. Ambrose (Iowa) All America
Ryan McKendry St. Francis (Ind.) All America
 

 

 

Championship Information

Cheer Dance Championship

5th ANNUAL COMPETITIVE 
CHEER AND DANCE
NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
March 12-13, 2021
Ypsilanti, Mich.