WSSU gains new cheerleading coach

Eboni Graham

WSSU gains new cheerleading coach
May 12
07:15 2016


The Winston-Salem State University Department of Athletics has named Eboni Graham as the new coach of the Powerhouse of Red & White Cheerleaders at WSSU.

“I would like to thank Mrs. Walker and committee for giving me this opportunity. I’m excited and looking forward to helping my student-athletes exceed the standards academically and athletically,” said Graham of her new position.

Graham is a 2009 graduate of Winston-Salem State University, where she was co-captain of the Powerhouse of Red Team cheerleaders. Currently, she is a candidate for a Juris Doctor degree from the Charlotte School of Law.

Graham has coaching experience from stints at West Mecklenburg High School (Charlotte), where she choreographed and designed a competitive cheerleading routine to compete in a stomp-and-shake style cheerleading competition.

She was also the director and head coach at the Lady Norsemen Cheerleading Program, where she helped train young ladies from ages 4-12 to cheer on the Golden Norsemen AAU Sports Club.

While at Winston-Salem State University, she was the stunting and tumbling coach, as well as choreographer. Graham helped train the WSSU cheerleaders, as well as instructed them in cheers/dances, and coordinated and facilitated youth camps. She also taught stunting and tumbling classes.

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