Brevard, N.C. - The Brevard College Athletic Department and Director of Athletics Kim Pate is pleased to announce the hiring of Reva Shane Jarrett to the position of Head Cheerleading Coach.
"I am pleased to announce that Coach Jarrett will be taking over the leadership of our varsity cheerleading program," said Pate. "She brings a wealth of experience as a former collegiate student-athlete and competitive cheer instructor and will be a great asset to our program."
Jarrett comes to the Tornados, having served as a club cheerleading coach, as well as a three-time Collegiate All-American Cheerleader at Appalachian State University.
"My intentions for these girls are to prove to me & their school they want to be looked upon as athletes," said Coach Jarrett. "They will determine discipline, discover responsibility and will become stronger."
Jarrett is with Rockstar Cheer in Asheville, where she serves as the Cheer/Tumble coach for six all-star and special needs teams. She also served as the Cheer/Tumble Coach with Xcite Cheerleading of Asheville, heading up five all-star and special needs teams and has worked with Club Cheer & Dance heading up two all-star teams.
While at Appalachian State, Jarrett was noted for her hard work, team work, dedication and guidance as a leading senior on the squad. She was a Division I-AA Three-Time National Championship Selected Cheerleader, a Capital One Bowl Half-Time Performance Cheerleader and also an Appalachian vs. Michigan Top 12 Selected Cheerleader.
Jarrett also comes in with various coaching and instructor experience, having choreographed eight National All-Star routines and four state and national High School Squads and has experience working in over 25 high school camps with instruction on crowd appeal, halftime shows and homecoming.
"I'm very excited about coaching at Brevard this year because I want cheerleading to progress into a very well respected athletic program," commented Jarrett. "I predict Brevard Cheerleading to be a competitive squad very soon!"