Michelle C. of the Tampa Bay Buccaneer Cheerleaders.
Congratulations out to the Dolphins, Jaguars and Buccaneers Pro Bowl Cheerleader picks. The common theme among these deserving ladies is beauty, talent and fan friendly personality. It was a pleasure to photograph them the last few seasons–hopefully they will send Ultimate Cheerleaders some pictures of their fun time in Hawaii.
Jessica of the Jacksonville ROAR is a third-year veteran, first as a line captain:
Buccaneer three-year veteran Cori hit the trifecta this year as line captain, calendar cover and Pro Bowl pick:
Brittany of the Dolphins is completing her fourth year, first as a line captain:
Brittany and line teammates
Although the win-loss record of the Buccaneers was unsatisfactorily this year resulting in the firing of second year coach Lovie Smith, the TBBC had an another fine season of performances under the direction of manager Tara Battiato.
The attached photos are from the final home game against the Chicago Bears. Enjoy:
Stephanie A. and Bri
Alex, Ali, Rachel, Chelsea, MichelleC, StephanieE, Gabryele
Enjoy the photos of the Buccaneer Cheerleaders dressed in Christmas Holiday Red for their recent game versus the New Orleans Saints.
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and Cheers to all.
Last Sunday the Buccaneers engineered a 4th quarter comeback victory over the Falcons of Atlanta—23 to 19. The win was finally secured in the last minute of played by an interception by All Pro linebacker Lavonte David. Great home victory which keeps the Bucs “Playoff Relevant”.
The TBBC pulled a fast one on me in the first quarter by disappearing to change to Retro Unis for a quick performance dance in the far endzone. I missed that opportunity for photos but I’m sure you can find some shots online.
Former QB Doug Williams was honored at halftime with induction into Tampa Bay’s Ring of Honor.
The New Orleans Saints come marching in this week.
Enjoy the photos:
Darcy in back, Linsdsey in front
TBBC end zone performance
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers handed the Dallas Cowboys their seventh consecutive loss, 10 to 6. Using the glass half full/half empty philosophy this was viewed as either a defensive masterpiece or offensive inefficiency. Doesn’t matter, a victory is sweet, especially over the Cowpokes.
The TBBC had a rain free performance although a bit cloudy for most of the game. The last few photos in the album captured the excitement of Ali and Megan once the victory was secured. Glad to finally see all the smiles at post game. Congratulations out to everyone in the organization.
This coming Sunday we travel to South Beach to visit the MDC.
Use the slide show in Flickr to enjoy the album.
Click the photo above for the Bucs Cheerleaders Gallery.
A dreary loss on a dreary Sunday in Tampa. Giants 32-18 over the Bucs.
The TBBC dressed in appreciation for our U.S. Military Personnel. The theme of the day at Ray Jay was in concert with the NFL Salute To Service initiative. The four individual line groups of cheerleaders honored the Marines, Army, Navy and Air Force with their military green and black uniforms.
Enjoy the photos and tune in next week as Dallas will visit Tampa this Sunday–it’s always fun to beat up on the Cow Pokes.
Bucs win, Bucs win! On a beautiful Sunday afternoon in Tampa the Buccaneers bested their neighbors to the north, the Jaguars, 38-31.
Props out to the enjoyable halftime show encouraging the continued efforts to cure and eventually eradicate the hideous disease of breast cancer. The TBBC were joined by dance/cheer members of USF, Plant HS and breast cancer survivors and supporters on the field in a flood of pink. Great dance showcase by all the performers.
In promoting Breast Cancer Awareness Month the festivities started in the early morning with the third annual Treasure Chests 5k run/walk around Raymond James Stadium. A “feel good” day all around.
Our coverage this week starts out with line captain Kymberli who is a registered emergency room nurse. Kym is presently studying pre-med with a goal of reaching a dream job of Trauma Surgeon. It’s ironic that as a Buccaneer Cheerleader she’s pretty enough to be classified a heart-stopper. Visit Kymberli’s entire bio in the link below.
Enjoy the photos and check back next week when we cover The ROAR of Jacksonville.
Kymberli–favorite charity is the Gramatica Family Foundation
Kymberli–home town is Anna Marie Island
The Buccaneers suffered their 11th straight regular season home loss going back to 2013. Wow, even a dead mouse can fine the cheese sometime!!!
The cheerleaders continued to hold down the fort as the rain showers came and went at least 5 different times during the game. If they are performing in the elements then we stay on our photoshoot. Kudos to Tara Battiato and her RainDears.
Come On Man. The fans, cheerleaders, stadium staff, etc deserve a victory. Even with all the player alumni in the house supporting Mike Alstott’s “Ring of Honor” induction, the long awaited return to the victory column remained elusive.
The Jacksonville Jaguars make the short trip down to Ray Jay this week. Plenty of tickets available. Wear your pink.
Enjoy the photos:
Lauren and Chloe
Click here for scenes from week 1 of the regular season, from Sports Illustrated. And don’t miss this new look from the 49ers Gold Rush:
Although the Buccaneers lost to the Tennessee Titans by four touchdowns the TBBC cheered all day to keep the sell out crowd in the game.
Our photo coverage starts out with second year Chelsea who is a line captain this season. Chelsea earned her Bachelor Degree from the University of South Florida. Her dance experience includes 4 years of professional performance at Tampa’s Busch Gardens.
Chelsea’s bio lists her Buccaneer highlights as “walking out of the tunnel for my first game was indescribable. The Ring of Honor game was amazing. Standing on the field, in the rain, while Mr. Brooks gave his appreciation speech will always be a great memory. Ending the season with 29 incredible women as my best friends was irreplaceable, and being named 2014 Rookie of the Year.”
Enjoy the photos, the next Buccaneer home game is October 4th versus the Panthers.
Chelsea’s favorite charity is Make A Wish Foundation
Julia -rookie year
Chloe -rookie year
Tessa -second year
Megan -third year
Darcy -rookie year
Michelle C. -rookie year
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