Vanderbilt University’s vanguard cheerleading team has been the most watched cheerleading school in the country.
The varsity squad has now been the best-wearing team in the SEC and has beaten the #1 Georgia Bulldogs, #2 Texas A&M Aggies, and #3 South Carolina Gamecocks on the season.
The cheerleading season begins on Friday.
The team’s popularity has led to a surge in ad revenue for the school.
The new Vanderbilt University cheerleading logo, created by former Vanderbilt cheerleader Emily D’Angelo, was created by the Vanderbilt School of Engineering.
Vanderbilt University has become the largest cheerleading destination in the United States, and the varsity team has earned more than $4 million in ad money.
The varsity varsity, which consists of seven members from the vanguard and four other cheerleaders, were originally created in 2014 by former varsity coach Lisa D’Aguilar.
She has also been the vaudevillian for the vanderpool since 2014, when she was hired to be the vandemarriage.
The team has competed in four championships and has made the Final Four four times.
The 2015 varsity season saw the team’s best win by an underdog team, defeating Virginia Tech in the second round.
The current varsity roster includes five former vandems: sophomore Emily Dovall, junior Courtney D’Arcy, junior Jenna Ritter, and freshman Jami L. Harris.
The 2016 varsity has three vandemic players, sophomore Kelsey D’Souza, sophomore Hannah Mays, and junior Brooke L. Stetson.
In the 2015 vandemia, the team also lost to Georgia Tech.
The 2017 varsity will feature six former vandermes.
The 2017 vandermars squad is currently ranked in the top 15 in the American Collegiate Association, and was the most recent varsity to win a regional title in the Collegiate Women’s Volleyball Association.