After 12 years of absence, the one-time national cheerleading team of the University of the Cordilleras is back. After winning the 2011 of the National Cheerleading Championship, the team was disbanded citing injuries to some of its players. UC landed in the top three the two years prior its win in 2011. In a Facebook post, UC said the cheerleading is back during it’s 77th Founding

“It was also the day when the UC Campo Libertad Campus at Hamada road that caters to lower education had its groundbreaking. The post added: “with the Groundbreaking Ceremony of UC Campo Libertad, UC Center, the cheerleading team is revived. The UC Dance Squad won the National Cheerleading Championship in 2011, the only team outside Manila to win the College Coed Division, the post added. It added: “The new generation of the UC Dance Squad – Cheerleading Team aims to continue the aforementioned momentous legacy – a premier cheerleading team in the North.

It further aims to unleash and howcase the cheerleading potentials of UC students.” It also said: “Additionally, the new breed of UCian Jaguars shall promote the possibility of having a safe training environment for this sport.” Coach Peejay Natiola will be back to lead the UC Jaguar
Cheerleading Team along with Kenneth Antonio as the gymnastics coach and Terrence Soriano as dance coach. The post added “This program shall bring more excitement to the future performances of the UC-CCP, soon to the cheer mats!”

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