CARROLLTON, Ga. - The dynasty continued for the UWG Cheerleading at the ESPN Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Fla. on Saturday, as the West Georgia Wolves took home the hardware in both All-Girl and Coed competition, marking the second year in the past three that the Wolves have swept their team competition entries under head coach Nicole Nichols.
The program has been a dynasty since 2001, when former coach Sherry Cooney took what was a broken program just a few years before after a tragic accident, and began the run that has now reached 24 championships at UCA Nationals. Nichols took over the program in 2011 and never broke stride, leading the Wolves to now 10 titles at UCA Nationals. The All-Girl Squad won two-straight in her first two trips at the helm of UWG Cheer, and this year was the sixth-straight title for the Coed squad.
First up was the All-Girl squad, which won their first championship at UCA Nationals since the 2017 season. That was the first year that the Wolves competed in All-Girl Division I, as West Georgia edged powers like Morehead State and Villanova University in this year's competition. The Wolves now have been crowned champions nine times on the stage in Orlando.
In the Coed competition, the Wolves took the stage by storm to win their sixth-straight title at UCA Nationals in the Cheer Division II Coed competition.