Lakeland names new cheerleading, dance coach

Lakeland College has named Camisha Miller of Plymouth as its new head cheerleading and dance coach.

Miller will be a head coach at the collegiate level for the first time but has more than 10 years of experience coaching cheerleading and dance. She replaces Melissa Tetzlaff-Bemiller, who coached both teams last year.

Miller’s teams have won several Wisconsin Association of Cheer/Pom Coaches (WACPC) accolades, including state cheer championships and regional qualifying dance performance honors, as well as the 2010 Sportsmanship Team Award.

Miller has been involved in cheerleading and dance since high school. A native of Grafton, she was on the competition team at Grafton High School and was a finalist in the World Cheerleading Association (WCA) in 1997.

Upon her high school graduation in 1998, she was a staff member with the WCA group, as well as the National Cheerleading Association (NCA).

Miller attended the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater where she was a member of the Warhawk cheer program. She was the co-ed partner stunt AMERICUP Cheer & Dance (Universal Performing Association) champion in 2001.

“I am excited to be coaching again at the collegiate level and continue to build upon a solid foundation,” said Miller.


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