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Baylor Acrobatics & Tumbling Announces 2017 Schedule

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Baylor acrobatics and tumbling released its 2017 schedule on Wednesday, marking its seventh year competing in the National Collegiate Acrobatics and Tumbling Association (NCATA) and third under head coach Felecia Mulkey.  The slate features seven regular season events, including three at home.

The reigning back-to-back national champion Bears open the season on Feb. 12 at home vs. Quinnipiac.  BU then hits the road for events at Oregon on Feb. 25, Glenville State on March 7 and Fairmont State on March 8.  Returning home, the Bears host Gannon on March 26 and Oregon on April 2 before finishing the regular season at Azusa Pacific on April 11.

The NCATA National Championships will be hosted by Azusa Pacific from April 27-29 in Azusa, California.

The Bears return 28 letterwinners and welcome 12 newcomers for the 2017 campaign.  

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