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Alumni Spotlights

                Priscilla Prather cheered for the Cowboys during the 1990-1991 season where she performed on the legendary Texas Stadium field. Originally from Mesquite, Texas, Priscilla grew up admiring and idolizing the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders; however, in her mind, becoming one was just a dream and not something she thought she would ever actually be able to attain. That all changed one day in 1985 when a high school friend made her dreams come true and successfully made the team. Priscilla stated, “This inspired me that I could

Prior to Jessica’s time with the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, she lived a VERY full dance dream. She considers herself to be a gypsy, and actively chased every dream she had when it came to dance. Originally from Albuquerque, NM, Jessica accepted a full-ride scholarship to Pace University in New York City, where she ended up getting a BA in Musical Theater and Dance. If that isn’t impressive enough, she continued her education after college, going to graduate school at Pace University where she studied Media Communications and

Bethany Tinderholt was a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader for two incredible seasons and still stays involved today. She was a part of show group during her second year and got the pleasure of traveling for a USO tour. She spoke of this tour as being one of the most memorable experiences of her life! During her time with the Cowboys, she was also able to appear on Saturday Night Live and be there to witness the acceptance of the Spirit of Hope Award in New York City- a

Interviewed by Miranda I’m originally from New Orleans, Louisiana where I attended Louisiana State University. Much to my dismay, I am not a trained dancer.  As a student at LSU, I took a few dance classes and got the grand idea that I would try out for the two LSU dance teams- the Tiger Girls, and the Golden Girls. I failed miserably and did not make either team. Call it overly ambitious or just dumb luck, I tried out for the New Orleans Saintsations two weeks after failing

Interviewed by Rachel A. I had the pleasure of chatting with Brooke (Sorenson) Nix, a 5-year Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader from 2006-2011. Brooke currently resides in Del Ray Beach with her husband, former MLB player, Laynce Nix, and her two adorable sons. After retirement, she coached the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders until 2018 and still offers her expertise from time to time. She now owns a popular clothing store called Brooke and Arrow. While on the squad, she traveled around the world on USO tours as a member of Show Group

By DCC Kat Opal Bush represents what the DCC standard is all about! What is that standard you may ask? Well, it’s an unwritten decree but it seems to produce women who are multifaceted in their dedication, character, and community. After her time spent on the team, she continues to take what she has learned into her everyday life. Here is a little snippet of why I (and you will too) love the fabulous, Opal Bush! Who is Opal Bush? Opal was born and raised in Mobile, Alabama and graduated

  By DCC Alexis I had the honor of interviewing Alumni Carla Powers! Carla cheered one season from 77-78 and got the opportunity to be a part of Super Bowl 12 in New Orleans against Denver.  It was so cool to hear all about her time as a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader and share stories based on both of our experiences. Carla grew up in the DFW area where her father worked for the Dallas Morning News.  They had season tickets and would attend games frequently which allowed her to

By DCC Brennan An Omaha, Nebraska native, Beverly moved to Dallas at age 19 to pursue a job opportunity. While in Dallas, she competed in the Miss Texas Universe pageant where she saw an advertisement for the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders auditions. She had a background in cheering from her high school days and decided to go for it. Beverly went on to cheer from 1973-1976 and also served as a group leader. Beverly shared her memories of what it was like being one of Americaʼs Sweethearts in the 70ʼs.

THE DCC SISTERHOOD: A TRADITION OF BONDING AND INSPIRATION By DCC Savannah   I had the pleasure of interviewing Alyssa Rouls, a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader alum who cheered during the 2010 and 2011 season. Alyssa grew up in Ohio and distinctly remembers watching football on TV throughout her childhood. She chuckled when she told me her dad was an avid Cleveland Browns fan who would get a little annoyed when his daughter only wanted to watch Dallas Cowboys games. It wasn’t the players that Alyssa wanted to see though. She