Two standout student-athletes from the Prescott Lady Wolves athletic program Lacie Nolen and Haleigh Wiley recently signed a National Letter of Intent to join the cheer team at Southern Arkansas University Tech in Camden.
Two standout student-athletes from the Prescott Lady Wolves athletic program Lacie Nolen and Haleigh Wiley recently signed a National Letter of Intent to join the cheer team at Southern Arkansas University Tech in Camden. This "Dynamic Duel" of Nolen and Wiley were multiple standout athletes in basketball, track, softball and cheerleading in their careers at Prescott High School.
Nolen and Wiley helped the Prescott Curley Wolves cheer team capture runner-up in the Class 3A Game Day Division at the Arkansas State Cheerleading Championships in 2017 and 2018 under the direction of Prescott High School Head Cheer Coach Traci Rucker.
Nolen also captured All-State honors this past season representing the Class 3A. Nolen served as team captain and Wiley was co-captain of Prescott High School Cheerleaders.
Nolen and Wiley will be apart of history at SAU Tech athletic program, as this upcoming school year will be the first time the college institution presents a collegiate cheerleading team for their men and women's basketball teams.
SAU Tech head cheer coach Stephanie Morrison is very excited about the additions of Nolen and Wiley joining the Rockets cheerleading program and looks forward to these two standout student-athletes of Prescott bring some thrill of excitement this collegiate cheer atmosphere.
"I'm honored to be able to have Lacie and Haleigh be apart of our cheer team here at SAU Tech. This will be the first year we'll have basketball since the 1980's and adding cheerleading give students the opportunity to cheer at the college level," Morrison said.
"Lacie and Haleigh will get an education and enjoy college life. They both have enthusiasm and go getters. They are very excited and ready to cheer and get an education," Morrison said.
Nolen and Wiley both are getting a Esterline scholarship of $500 a year according to Morrison.
The SAU Tech Rockets are part of the National Junior College Athletic Association.