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Monday, March 08, 2010
North Carolina A&T Wins 2010 MEAC Cheer Championship
North Carolina A&T Wins 2010 MEAC Cheer Championship

WINSTON-SALEM, NC (March 8, 2010)- North Carolina A&T won the 2010 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Cheerleading Championship Monday evening at the Joel Coliseum in Winston Salem,North Carolina.


The Aggies of North Carolina A&T captured first place honors for the fourth consecutive year, while the Morgan State Bears placed second and Florida A&M Rattlers finished third in overall team performance. In addition to winning in overall performance, the Aggies also won the Co-Ed division.


Lisa Alexandera took home the crown for Morgan State in the All-Star division while Regan Hales of Winston-Salem State was second and Tenisha Francis of Florida A&M finished third.


The Morgan State Bears won the All-Girls division for the first time since winning the title in 2006. Maryland Eastern Shore took home second place honors while Hampton rounded out the top three.


Coach Wenalyn Bell of North Carolina A&T could not be more pleased with her team’s performance. “This was a difficult year for us, we had to make some adjustments late in the season,” Coach Bell said. “Our team really pulled together.”

2010 MEAC Cheerleading Championship Results:

All-Star Division
1st Place: Lisa Alexandera – Morgan State University
2nd Place: Regan Hales – Winston-Salem State University
3rd Place: Tenisha Francis – Florida A&M University

All-Girls Division
1st Place: Morgan State University
2nd Place: University of Maryland Eastern Shore
3rd Place: Hampton University

Co-Ed Division
1st Place: North Carolina A&T State University
2nd Place: Florida A&M University
3rd Place: Norfolk State University

Overall Performance
1st Place: North Carolina A&T State University
2nd Place: Morgan State University
3rd Place: Florida A&M University

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