March 14, 2011
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ORLANDO, Fla. (UCFAthletics.com) - Last week the UCF cheer squad hosted some special guests on campus. The Prymus Angels which is an all-star youth cheerleading team out of Miami stopped in for what has become an annual visit. These young ladies range in age from elementary to high-school students.
The tour began with photos taken at the Knight Statue outside of Bright House Networks Stadium. Here they were joined by Knightro, and UCF cheerleader Kyle Stone told them about our C-USA Championship season and what college football games are like here at UCF.
After that, the students were escorted into the arena where Ali Soven told them all about the basketball season and showed them the two cheerleading national championship banners. The group then made their way across the campus to the reflecting pond where they talked about Spirit Splash and answered other questions about the university, cheerleading and what it's like being a college student.
UCF Cheerleader Tara Fallin commented, "What impressed me most about this group was that they were all so polite and very well-behaved. They were interested in not only cheerleading but the academics of UCF as well. It was a pleasure meeting these girls and showing them around our beautiful campus."
As they boarded their bus, a final question "how many of you would like to attend UCF" was met by a sea of hands. Looks like many future Knights were visiting that day!