Rogers State University cheerleader Breanne Yeager was recently named a National Cheerleaders Association All-American.
With her NCA All-American selection, Yeager becomes the first Hillcat to receive an All-American honor of any kind in the history of the cheerleading program.
Yeager earned the All-American honor following her performance of various cheerleading skills at the NCA Summer Camp held earlier this week and was recognized during the Final Awards Ceremony on the last day of camp.
Yeager was rated on her ability in jumps motions, tumbling, stunting, dance and leadership.
This past season, Yeager was the leader for the Hillcats as they competed at the NCA National Championship in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Yeager just completed her junior season with the Hillcats cheerleading program and is majoring in Medical/Molecular Biology as she enters her senior year at Rogers State.