The National Collegiate Acrobatics & Tumbling Association (NCATA) announced its week seven award winners this afternoon, with Oregon’s Casi Jackson earning athlete of the week honors. Baylor’s Joie Hensley was named the specialist of the week, and Hannah Alonzo was named freshman of the week for the third-straight week.
The National Collegiate Acrobatics & Tumbling Association announced its week six awards winners on Friday morning, with Converse’s Taylor Rezendes earning top honors as the Athlete of the Week. Quinnipiac’s Carly Duval was also named the Specialist of the Week, and Hannah Alonzo garnered freshman of the week honors for the third time this season.
East Stroudsburg University President Marcia G. Welsh, Ph.D., announced Monday the addition of women’s acrobatics and tumbling as the institution’s 22nd intercollegiate sport. East Stroudsburg in an NCAA Division II institution that competes in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC).
The National Acrobatics & Tumbling Association (NCATA) announced its week five award winners on Friday afternoon, with Baylor’s Ashley Echelberger earning Athlete of the Week, while teammate Joie Hensley was named the Specialist of the Week. Azusa Pacific’s Hannah Alonzo was also honored as the freshman of the week for the second time this season.
The University of Oregon took two of the top three honors as the NCATA announced its week four award winners this afternoon. Oregon’s Yeelena Faustino was named the Athlete of the Week, while teammate Payton Coon earned Specialist of the Week honors. Converse’s Dominique Boothe was named the Freshman of the Week.
The University of Oregon’s Addie Lacewell has been named the NCATA Athlete of the Week, while Fairmont State’s Kelsey Kyle and Catherine Reynolds were honored as the Specialist of the Week and Freshman of the Week for their performances during week three of the NCATA season.
The National Collegiate Acrobatics & Tumbling Association announced its week two awards on Thursday evening, with Baylor’s Ceara Gray earning top honors as the Athlete of the Week. Fairmont State senior Karah Naples was named the Specialist of the Week, and Azusa Pacific’s Hannah Alonzo garnered Freshman of the Week accolades.
The Chowan University Department of Athletics in conjunction with the Office of the Chancellor and the Office of the President at Chowan University is excited to announce the addition of Acrobatics & Tumbling as the 20th varsity sport and 11th women's varsity sport in the athletic department.
Baylor's Hope Bravo and Joie Hensley, and King's Claire Guittard earned week one accolades from the National Collegiate Acrobatics & Tumbling Association (NCATA), as announced the association's awards committee on Thursday afternoon. Bravo was named the NCATA Athlete of the Week, while Hensley and Guittard earned Specialist and Freshman of the Week honors for the first week of the season.
The 2019 Acrobatics & Tumbling season will get underway this weekend with four meets taking place from Saturday afternoon-Tuesday evening. The season will begin on Saturday at 2 p.m. when the Senators of Davis & Elkins host Georgetown and West Virginia Wesleyan in a tri-meet.
Coker College is pleased to announce the addition of Acrobatics and Tumbling as its 25th varsity sport beginning in 2019. Coker becomes the 27th member of the National Collegiate Acrobatics & Tumbling Association.
Four-time defending National Collegiate Acrobatics & Tumbling Association (NCATA) National Champion Baylor University has been voted No. 1 in the 2019 Preseason Top 10, the association announced on Wednesday morning. The preseason rankings are voted on by the association’s 22 head coaches.
The National Collegiate Acrobatics & Tumbling Association’s Director of Expansion Felecia Mulkey sat down with Megan Kahn on this week’s episode of the WeCOACH Podcast. Mulkey is an eight-time NCATA National Champion, and is currently the head coach at Baylor University.
Programs from the National Collegiate Acrobatics and Tumbling Association (NCATA) have announced the signing of 128 student-athletes during the first month of the 2019 open signing period, welcoming a group of student-athletes spanning 29 states. The new open signing period began in November and will run through August for NCATA programs.
Saint Leo University Vice President and Director of Athletics Francis X. Reidy, named Allie Williams as the first head coach for the University's 21st intercollegiate athletics program, Acrobatics & Tumbling.
The National Collegiate Acrobatics & Tumbling Association today announced its schedule for the 2019 season, which will begin on Sat., Feb. 2 in Elkins, W.Va. with a tri-meet. The NCATA will open the 2019 season with 22 members competing in 67 meets across the country. Five first-year programs will begin competing this season, including Arizona Christian, Belmont Abbey, East Texas Baptist, Limestone and Urbana.
SAINT LEO, Fla. – Saint Leo University President Dr. Jeffrey D. Senese and Director of Athletics Francis X. Reidy have announced the addition of acrobatics & tumbling to Saint Leo University's intercollegiate athletics program. The Lions will begin competition in 2020, as a nationwide search for the program's inaugural head coach is underway.
A pair of National Collegiate Acrobatics & Tumbling Association (NCATA) student-athletes turned in top three finishes at the 2018 USA Gymnastics Championships last week, including Baylor senior Hope Bravo and incoming Azusa Pacific freshman Hannah Alonzo.
The National Collegiate Acrobatics and Tumbling Association (NCATA) summer schedule has started to ramp up as nine member institutions have announced details for their upcoming summer camps. Continue to check this link throughout the summer as more camps are announced!