University Of Kentucky
In no particular order we have ranked the favorite cheerleading squads from this month’s NCAA March Madness basketball tournament.
Let’s be honest, a lot of your favorite television time is when they break to the cheerleaders doing a cheer.
The University of Kentucky has always been known to have a great cheerleading squad, which is why we didn’t hesitate to put them on the list.
Known for their mid-western roots and fantastic basketball team, these Lexington Wildcats know how to show their spirit.
University Of Kansas
Rock chalk Jayhawk, rock chalk Jayhawk, is all we hear!
Men’s basketball games sell out at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, KS, reaching a crowd of about 16,300 people.
That means these cheerleaders have to be loud when cheering in one of the most televised basketball arenas in the country, and for a team that makes it pretty far in the tournament nearly every year.
These girls made the list of popular pictures looked at on SI.com from over the weekend.
Not only are they popular amongst basketball fans, but apparently all sports fans.
A nationally competitive squad, these southern girls now how to cheer!
As a UNC- Spirit Squad member, they must be able to keep their academics up to be able to cheer at the men’s basketball games.
The Oregon Duck Cheerleaders, as part of the PAC-12 conference, are often referred to as “Ambassadors of the University of Oregon.”
Their 42-member University of Oregon cheerleading squad is comprised of 14 dancers and 14 stunt couples. The Oregon cheerleaders entertain at Matthew Knight Arena and cheer alongside their famous mascot, the duck of course.
Texas Longhorns didn’t make it too far in the NCAA tournament, which is a shame for everyone watching.
Syracuse is now in the Elite 8, so good news for all you fans!
These hilarious cheerleaders are by far our favorite for any game, any season.
We wish we could see them at March Madness too.
Let’s hear it Spartans!
“R.O.W.D.I.E. That’s the way we spell rowdy, rowdy lets get rowdy. R.O.W.D.I.E. Spartan spirit! Spartan spirit! Spartan spirit!”