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D2 Summit Winners, Scores, & Recap – Searchable

By Annemarie Arthurs

Published May 12, 2022

With the D2 Summit over, the 2022 All Star Cheerleading Season has officially come to an end! Huge congrats to all the teams this season! Whether you compete at Worlds, Summit, or D2 Summit, it’s a huge accomplishment to attend any of these prestigious end of season events! 

From day 1 to day 3, these teams fought the hard climb to the top! Some gyms came with one team while others came with five! It’s always amazing to see these D2 gyms from small towns come to these events with such strong teams! The owners, coaches, athletes, choreographers, and parents put in so much time and effort to be successful and it really showed this weekend! 

As a coach in Florence, SC this season, I decided to reach out to both programs here in town! They are both D2 gyms on either side of town, and they both made it finals, one with a first place Summit win! I interviewed Coach Brittany Durrah, Head Cheer Coach at Xtreme Athletics South, and Alex Devlin, Co-Owner of Athletic Cheer Force. 

Photo Courtesy of XA South

I asked Brittany, Coach of Xtreme Athletics Small Senior 1, Burn… “What was this experience like for you and how did It feel to move onto finals with your team for the first time”

Photo Courtesy of XA South

She said, “The experience at D2 summit was great! A much better experience from last year due to the safety regulations of Covid. Our team and parents were able to get the full Summit experience. Competing in the arena is a spine-chilling realization that you finally made it to the finish line! I loved the way we were able to get in person reveals for our teams moving on. The buildup was unreal! With only 6 teams being able to make it to day two we know it was anyone’s game with so many amazing teams. When the announcer said my teams name before they could even finish speaking our feet were off the floor! As a coach it was such a full circle moment. I can’t wait to see what next year’s teams are going to bring and for our team to surpass this year’s placement” 

I then asked Alex Devlin, who was also on their Senior Open Coed 4 team that won, “How does it feel to win the D2 Summit as a second-year program with your first open team?!”

She said “As a 2nd year program I never imagined winning summit!! Our athletes and coaches work so hard each day to strive for excellence. We have a true Cinderella story with this win. We advanced from the wildcard division in first and after semifinals we were entering into finals in 2nd. We knew it was going to be a fight as all the teams in our division are amazing. On finals day we had an athlete get injured at the start of our elite section. We had to completely stop the music and exit the stage. This athlete was center flyer and point in pyramid. We were given a new compete time and rallied together to teach one of our teammates her position. This athlete stepped up and learned some of the most difficult portions of this routine!! As nervous as we were we knew that we had the fight in us to go out there and put on a stellar performance! That’s exactly what we did!!! Air Force One is a team made up of coaches, college athletes and retired athletes. Our Allstar Director and Owner of the program even cheer on this team! We are beyond blessed to get to experience this and it’s even more amazing because we are a 2nd year program! I’m so thankful for my all-star director Lanell Timmons and Co-owner and husband Ryan Devlin as well as our choreographer Ty Rogers and stunt choreographer Patrick Smith! We will cherish this moment for a lifetime!”

I can’t wait to see how much both programs grow this season along with all the other D2 gyms that competed!! 

D2 Summit Winners Scores

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NCA/NDA COLLEGE NATIONALS – DAYTONA 2022 (Results/Recap) – SEARCHABLE

NCA/NDA COLLEGE NATIONALS - DAYTONA 2022 (Results/Recap)

By Annemarie Arthurs

Published April 12, 2022

EDITED (April 15 2022): Now Searchable

Another Daytona season has officially come and gone! The competition was fierce, and the scores were shocking to some!! Watching the tough divisions with intense competition was very exciting. Whether you were sitting on the beach in front of the bandshell, or on your couch watching on Varsity TV, it was quite a show!

Especially every time we got to hear our IPP music blasting over those speakers! My top two favorite moments from the event were holding my breath while Navarro and TVCC competed, and watching the OSU, Texas Tech, and Louisville division!! I grew up a Louisville fan, but OSU won my heart this weekend!! And I am not just saying that because we do their music!! 

Daytona-NCA-2022-Results-Recap

I think all the coaches are already getting back to the drawing board to come back even harder next season! I’m sure TVCC is ready!! And can we talk about how they brought two teams this year! Shout out to their Small Coed team for taking the gold!! It will be interesting to see what other programs bring some new teams next season!! 

Let’s dive into the cheer/dance/stunt/and mascot divisions below! 

NCA/NDA Nationals 2022 Daytona Results

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NCA/NDA Nationals 2022 Daytona Results

2022 UCA College Cheerleading Nationals Results

By Annemarie Arthurs

Published January 19, 2022

Well, everyone!!

The 2022 College Nationals Season is officially here!!

I think it’s safe to say that after binge watching CHEER on Netflix, we are all super excited and eager to see some college cheer! These college athletes have gone through numerous obstacles, quarantines, endless covid testing, hours and hours of choreography, workouts, practices, and an absurd number of full outs! 

The UCA College Cheerleading Nationals were held this weekend in Orlando, Florida and these teams came ready to fight and win!! 

Being a part of IPP it’s exciting to be in contact with these coaches all year and then see their teams compete and hear the music we have helped them create! Every team out on that mat has proven that they deserve this spot and that they belong out there! They all want to be crowned National Champions! 

With a wide range of teams in All Girl, Coed, and Game Day divisions…it was a battle to get to finals and come out on top! 

Now let’s get to these results and see our top three teams!!

Division IA:

1

University of South Florida- USF Coed

93.9

2

University of Alabama-Coed

93.1

3

Ohio State University

92.1

All Girl IA:

1

University of Alabama-All Girl

91.7

2

Western Kentucky University-WKU All Girl

91.3

3

University of Mississippi-Ole Miss

86.7

Small Coed IA:

1

Western Kentucky University-WKU Small Coed

92.7

2

University of Memphis

87.8

3

Bowling Green State University

84.2

Division 1:

1

Morehead State University-COED

94

2

University of West Georgia

84.4

3

University of Delaware

79.4

All Girl Division 1:

1

University of West Georgia

95.2

2

Eastern Kentucky University-EKU All Girl 

88

3

University of Delaware

86.15

Small Coed Division 1:

1

Eastern Kentucky University

94.6

2

Hofstra University

89.8

3

Grand Canyon University

89.2

Open Coed:

1

Jones College

89.5

2

Shelton State Community College

85.2

3

Iowa Western Community College

83

Open All Girl:

1

Pearl River Community College

88.65

2

The College of New Jersey

83.5

3

Rowan University

83.3

Open Small Coed:

1

Northwest Community College

91.9

2

Drury University

89.1

3

Wilmington University

88.9

1A Game Day:

1

University of Cincinnati 

97.2

2

University of South Florida

96.3

3

University of Tennessee

95.5

Small Coed Game Day:

1

University of Delaware

95.5667

2

Coastal Alabama Community College

93.7667

3

Hofstra University

93.1

All Girl 1A Game Day:

1

University of Mississippi

97.2333

2

Temple University

97.1333

3

Bowling Green State University

95.4333

Open Coed Game Day:

1

Grand Canyon University

97.6

2

Southeastern Louisiana University

96.0333

3

Midwestern State University

94.5333

Open All Girl Game Day:

1

Sacred Heart University

96.7333

2

University of Rhode Island

95

3

Towson University

93.7333

You Hit Zero – 2019 D2 Summit Recap and Results

By Steve Pawlyk

Published May 13, 2019

Orlando that's a wrap...

3 longs weeks of fierce battle have come to an end. No better way to conclude the 2018-2019 season than with the amazing talents displayed at the D2 Summit. What these athletes brought to the floor was nothing short of perfection. It was truly inspiring to see teams from programs large and small leave it all on the mat these last few weeks in hopes of becoming a champion. And in this writer’s opinion, there were more champions than just the one’s who received rings.

Every athlete who performed and gave their all is truly a champion. Whether it was battling the love bugs, the inclement weather and/or other teams, these athletes proved that they all deserved be there and to take that floor day in and day out. Although all teams performed like champions there could only be one (in each division). Without further ado, here are your D2 Summit Champs!

D2 Summit Results 2019

wdt_ID Program Team Division
1 Corona Stars Cheer Silver Stars Youth 1
2 Evolution Cheer Teal Fury Medium Youth 1
3 Infinite Athletics Absolute Zero Junior 1
4 Thunder Extreme Wind Medium Junior 1
5 Hagerstown Heat Allstate Green Envy Senior 1
6 California Pride Inferno Medium Senior 1
7 Angel City Athletics Prodigy Youth 2
8 Maine Stars Spark Medium Youth 2
9 Cheeriffic Allstars Pink Ladies Junior 2
10 IPP CLIENT: TAI Scorch Medium Junior 2
11 Matrix Allstars Attitude Senior 2
12 Cheer Up Athletics Wicked Medium Senior 2
13 Element Allstars Gold Youth 3
14 Palm Beach Lightening Crystals Junior 3
15 Terry Haute Jedi Masters Medium Junior 3
16 All Star Patriots Odyssey Senior 3
17 California Pride Wildfire Senior 3 Coed
18 Terry Haute - Dino Mite Crew Medium Senior 3
19 Matrix All Stars Vengeance Medium Senior 3 Coed
20 Davis’s Allstars Insanity Senior 4.2
21 Knight Time LoveSpell Senior 4.2 Coed
22 Terry Haute Steam Team Medium Senior 4.2
23 East Tennessee Cheer Royal Cats Medium Senior 4.2 Coed
24 Iconic Allstars Miss Flawless Youth 4
25 IPP CLIENT - TAI Eruption Junior 4
26 Legends Cheer Academy II Jackpot Cha Ching Medium Junior 4
27 USA Allstars Envy Senior 4
28 Blue Storm Athletics Black Ice Senior 4 Coed
29 Titanium Force Cheer Code Black Medium Senior 4
30 ICT Cheer Legacy Medium Senior 4 Coed
31 Encore Elite Wildcatz Fierce 5 Junior 5 Restricted
32 Double Down Athletics Elektra Senior 5 Restricted
33 Element Allstars Cobalt Senior 5 Restricted Coed
34 Turners Allstars Electric Blue Large Senior 5 Restricted
35 Edge Cheer Obsession Large Senior 5 Restricted Coed
36 Pennsylvania Elite Future 5 Junior 5
37 CheerXperience Impress XS5 XS Senior 5
38 Pride of Illinois Phoenix XS Senior 5 Coed

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