Southwest Tennessee Cheerleading

Cheerleading Tryouts 2016

Coach Tiller and Student Development would like to thank the talented candidates who took the time to audition for the 2016-2017 Southwest Cheerleading and Dance Team.

Special thanks to our judges who spent a great amount of time providing us with their time, talent and expertise.


Joshua Lee

Born and raised in Memphis, Joshua is a hairstylist, model and business owner. He is also a proud graduate of Gould's Academy, class of 2013.

Raven Chism

A graduate of Southwest Tennessee Community College and former Southwest cheer captain, Raven is also a SYS dance choreographer and cheer music mixologist.

Nicole Fannin

A former Grizz Girl and Redbirds cheerleader, Nicole is a graduate of the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga and is currently Clinical Director at Youth Villages.

2016 Audition Results

Congratulations to the new Southwest Tennessee Community College Cheerleading Team, listed by the audition numbers below. This list is in no numerical order. All candidates must attend a mandatory orientation on Wednesday October 12, 2016 at 6 p.m. at the Union Avenue Campus, Building B, Room 106.

Audition Results


  • 22
  • 21
  • 19
  • 18
  • 12
  • 8
  • 23
  • 1


  • 16
  • 14


  • 9
  • 3
  • 13
  • 17

Team Manager

  • 4

If you are not able to attend the orientation you must make arrangements with Coach Tiller prior to cheerleading orientation at 901-333-5380. Failure to do so will forfeit your position on the team.

Southwest is still in search for a high energy, talented mascot to help cheer on our Saluqis this season, please contact Coach Tiller or student development for more details. 

We look forward to introducing our new team to Southwest family and our wonderful fans soon!


2015-16 Southwest Cheerleaders Saluqi Spirit at the Kidney Race Cheerleading Camp 2015 University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa Cheer Collage Southwest Tennessee Community College 2014-15 Cheer Squad 2014-2015 Southwest Cheerleaders
2013-2014 Southwest Cheerleaders Collage