15 Schools sponsored varsity Stunt teams during 2020:
|Division||# of teams||Total Athletes||Average Roster||Scholarship |
Stunt is the interscholastic sport discipline of Cheer / Competitive Cheer that is exclusively focused on competition in a head-to-head, four quarter format. It is the only Cheer discipline designed to meet the US Department of Education Office for Civil Rights (OCR) legal sport requirements of Title IX for schools in the U.S. The National governing Body for Stunt is USA Cheer.
Stunt is not currently an official sport of the NCAA but it has received a recommendation from the Committee on Women’s Athletics to join the NCAA Emerging Sports for Women Program. Approval of Stunt as an NCAA emerging sport was tentatively scheduled to be determined during the 2021 NCAA legislative cycle, however due to the Covid-19 pandemic this determination may be delayed.
* Average Athletic Scholarship is the average annual amount of athletically related student aid per athlete for ALL varsity sports sponsored by the specific school. Some athletes receive full awards, some receive partial and many receive none. Additionally some sports within a school may be fully funded, some partially and some sports provide no athletic scholarships. Private schools generally have higher tuition than public schools and the average award will reflect this.
Do you have the skills to compete in College Stunt?
What level of athlete are coaches looking for and who are you competing with for a roster spot? A good way to get an idea is to look at the high-school bios of athletes currently on the roster of schools that interest you. Our table below has links to all 15 College varsity team sites … search schools & see how you compare.
Stunt - All Schools
|Schools with Varsity Stunt teams 2020:||City / Main Campus||State||Division||Average |
| Avr SAT|
| Avr ACT|
|Out of State
|Concordia University-Irvine||Irvine||CA||NCAA II||7,805||560||24||62%||35,400||35,400|
|Hanover College||Hanover||IN||NCAA III||570||25||79%||37,670||37,670|
|Centenary College of Louisiana||Shreveport||LA||NCAA III||565||24||60%||36,580||36,580|
|Alma College||Alma||MI||NCAA III||560||23||64%||40,258||40,258|
|Davenport University||Grand Rapids||MI||NCAA II||9,780||89%||18,414||18,414|
|Olivet College||Olivet||MI||NCAA III||475||19||71%||27,680||27,680|
|Southwest Baptist University||Bolivar||MO||NCAA II||10,548||547||22||70%||24,078||24,078|
|Ashland University||Ashland||OH||NCAA II||5,123||548||23||68%||21,342||21,342|
|Hiram College||Hiram||OH||NCAA III||530||22||58%||36,358||36,358|
|Tiffin University||Tiffin||OH||NCAA II||4,920||69%||25,000||25,000|
|Ursuline College||Pepper Pike||OH||NCAA II||12,829||540||22||90%||32,390||32,390|
|Oklahoma Baptist University||Shawnee||OK||NCAA II||11,046||535||23||64%||28,258||28,258|
|Dallas Baptist University||Dallas||TX||NCAA II||13,865||575||22||88%||28,870||28,870|
|Texas Woman's University||Denton||TX||NCAA II||7,654||525||20||87%||7,796||17,756|
|University of Texas at Tyler||Tyler||TX||NCAA III||585||24||78%||8,292||21,282|