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Since technically the NCATA National Championships are a neutral site event, the public address announcer at the Ferrell Center didn’t perform his usual trick when reading out the scores. Typically, during the regular season, he’ll raise the inflection in his voice whenever Baylor has a higher score, giving away the outcome before he’s even done saying the number.

Baylor’s acrobatic and tumbling team has won four national championships and has gone undefeated throughout this season. It makes sense, then, that they would be given the No. 1 overall seed at the National Collegiate Acrobatics and Tumbling Association National Championship Tournament. The tournament will be hosted by the Bears on April 25-27.

Baylor acrobatics and tumbling’s Ashley Echelberger won Athlete of the Week honors from the National Collegiate Acrobatics and Tumbling Association on Monday. It’s the seventh time this year a BU athlete has been honored by the NCATA.

MARSHALL — Baylor’s top-ranked acrobatics and tumbling team dispatched East Texas Baptist with ease on Saturday, 282.180 to 161.950. It marked the first-ever match for ETBU, while Baylor is the four-time defending national champion.

Following a convincing road win in its season opener last weekend, the No. 1 Baylor acrobatics and tumbling team will try to make it two in a row when it faces East Texas Baptist on Saturday.

Baylor’s Hope Bravo and Joie Hensley have been named the Athlete of the Week and Specialist of the Week, respectively, by the National Collegiate Acrobatics and Tumbling Association.

The four-time defending national champion Baylor acrobatics and tumbling team traveled to West Virginia for their season opener Sunday. The Bears came away with a win over West Liberty University, 275.805-227.685.

ERIE, Pa. — Breaking away with a dominant tumbling performance, the top-ranked Baylor acrobatics and tumbling team rolled over eighth-seeded Converse, 277.535 to 260.905, in Thursday’s opening round of the NCATA Championships at the Hammermill Center.

Baylor acrobatics and tumbling added a signee on Thursday, joining the 15 athletes that the No. 1-ranked Bears have already added for the 2019 season.

The No. 1-ranked Baylor acrobatics and tumbling team closed out the home season in style, defeating No. 3 Azusa Pacific, 286.035 to 278.825, on Saturday night at the Ferrell Center.

SPARTANBURG, S.C. — The top-ranked Baylor acrobatics and tumbling team rolled to its 13th straight win, defeating No. 10 Converse, 280.125-266.555, on Wednesday night at Hannah Gymnasium.

Coming off a powerful performance against No. 2 Oregon, Baylor’s Lauren Sturm won Player of the Week honors from the National Collegiate Acrobatics and Tumbling Association.

Baylor’s No. 1-ranked acrobatics and tumbling team opened its season by defeating eighth-ranked Alderson Broaddus, 267.435 to 251.360, on Sunday afternoon at the Ferrell Center.