Navarro College is a public community college in Texas, with locations in Fairfield, Mexia, Midlothian, and Waxahachie in addition to its main campus in Corsicana.
Every year, over 9,000 new students enrol at the university.
Texas A&M University–Commerce has satellite campuses at both the Corsicana and Midlothian locations of Navarro College, which has fostered close ties between the two institutions.
Team Navarro is celebrating their victory at the 2022 National Collegiate Cheer and Dance Championships in a major way.
When Cheer premiered in January 2020, viewers immediately fell in love with Team Navarro.
The documentary series followed the squad and opened a window onto the exciting but potentially life-threatening world of professional cheerleading.
Fans invested in Navarro coach Monica Aldama and her likeable cast of characters throughout the series.
The show highlighted the ways in which injuries hampered the team’s ability to compete.
At Daytona’s National Championships and demonstrated the positive effects cheerleading has had on the group.
By giving them a positive outlet for their energy and talents, they were able to avoid the more negative influences in their environment.
The Cheer finale was a resounding triumph for fans and Team Navarro, and we’re grateful for that.
The show made household names out of Monica and her rivals. During this time, however, and while they were preparing for the next competition.
Allegations of child pornography and abuse were made against Jerry Harris, a team member who was widely regarded as a leader and inspiration.
NC Cheer Reclaims National and Grand National Titles
At the NCA & NDA Collegiate Cheer and Dance Championship in Daytona Beach, FL., the Navarro College Cheerleaders won back the NCA National Title for the 15th time in programme history.
The team’s final score of 99.213 was the highest of all competing teams, earning them the title of Grand National Champion. Six times now, this team has been crowned Grand National Champion.
Our cheer squad absolutely stunned the crowd in Daytona,” said Athletic Director Michael Landers.
Evidence of the program’s commitment to winning is the time, effort, sacrifice, and dedication that culminated in the championship.
They all did an outstanding job of repping Navarro College and Bulldog Athletics.
We put in a lot of time and effort to get ready for Daytona, and the results show.
They put in the work, and we not only nailed our routine on both days, but we also won the Grand National Championship.
Head Cheer Coach Monica Aldama exclaimed, “I am so proud to bring back this 15th National Title and 6th Grand National.”
Navarro College is throwing a party for the locals to celebrate the success of their cheerleading squad.
The party will take place at 1:00 p.m. on Monday, April 18, 2022, on the Navarro College campus, close to the clock tower.
We would be delighted to have you join us in this celebration, and we hope you will tell your friends and family about it. Cheerleaders will be available for photo ops and autographs.