The BSFL San Antonio Warriors Minor-Professional Football Organization is looking for their 2022 Warrior Maiden Dancers.
Applications are now being accepted for talented ladies ages 18 and up that live in the San Antonio, Texas area that love to dance, are physically fit, team oriented and dedicated to have the opportunity to perform as dancers/cheerleaders at all Warrior home games for the 2022 season and be able to travel to possible out-of-town pre-season, play-off or championship games. Ladies can apply on-line and submit a full length audition wear photo and more info will be sent with prep audition classes and other dates, times, locations and other information. Application link: www.sawarriorsfootball.com/danceteam-application.php
The Warrior Maiden Dancers are a volunteer organization that have been cheering on the San Antonio Warrior Football organization of the CRAFL and have been making appearances and performing at community events throughout San Antonio since 2006.
The 2019 San Antonio Warrior Maiden Dancers Auditions are Sunday Nov.18, 2018 10:30 a.m. at Absolute Dance Studio, 4133 Perrin Beitel Blvd. San Antonio Tx 78217. They are looking for 12-16 talented ladies ages 18 and up that love to dance/cheer, have a flexible schedule, their own reliable transportation, are committed and reliable and like to make new friends and have fun being on a team.
Prep audition classes Nov.13th 6:30pm and 7:30pm at Absolute Dance Studio $10 for one class $15 for both (cash only non-refundable).
Audition wear: Dance crop top & Dance shorts, Hose & Sneakers, Hair lose, No jewelry except stud earring, Non-returnable $20 audition fee day of auditions at door.
The MPFL San Antonio Warriors Football Organization is gearing up for their 2015-2016 season! Their first preseason game is in December for their annual charity Toy Bowl that collects donations of toys for the “Toys for Tots” organization. The Warriors have recruited Cynthia Trinidad Former NBA Spurs Dancer, NFL Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader and Director of the San Antonio Roses professional independent performance squad as their Dance Director to head out their MPFL San Antonio Warrior Maiden Dancers. Auditions are September 22, 2015.
The San Antonio Roses cheered on the San Antonio Warriors’ football team in a charity game at Heroes Stadium on Dec. 5. Admission to the game was one unwrapped toy per person to go to the U.S. Marines’ Toys For Tots foundation. The Roses, who also showcased some new faces to the group, braved some pretty cold temperatures during the first half but still sizzled on the sideline in front of an impressive crowd and during halftime. The Warriors, of the Minor Professional Football League, lost to Texas United Football League’s Killeen Knights, 12-7. Still, the fans’ spirits were high thanks to these beautiful and talented women.
The Warriors and the cheerleaders begin their Minor Professional Football League season in the spring of 2011 with all games scheduled at this North East ISD football stadium.
Sunday December 5, 2010 will be the debut performance of the MPFL 2011 San Antonio Warrior Cheerleaders. They will be performing in the MPFL San Antonio Warriors Toy Bowl VII in the new Heroes Stadium were the admission to the game will only be one new unwrapped toy per person to benefit the Marines Toys for Tots foundation. The squad had auditions on October 26, 2010 at their official fitness and practice facility, Bally Total Fitness at the Quarry Market in San Antonio . Judges included Cheryl Roddy (former Spurs Quicksilver Dancer), Laura Castillo (former Spurs Silver Dancers), Paul Castro (Spurs spanish play-by-play announcer), Erynn Moore (Roses choreographer/Darque Tan representative) and Priscilla Caballero (Ms. San Antonio American Beauty 2009-10 and former San Antonio Rose). Rita Verreos of Suvivor Fiji was the guest emcee.
The Warriors Cheerleaders are under the direction of Cynthia Trinidad (former San Antonio Spurs Dancer and former Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader), assistant cheer coordinator Merlinda Tapia (former San Antonio Rose and former San Antonio Warriors Cheerleader), and choreographers are Melissa Martinez (former Spurs Silver Dancer and former UTSA Cheer/Dance Coach) and Erynn Moore (former San Antonio Rose and former San Antonio Warriors Cheerleader).
Talented ladies ages 18 and up who want to be on the best minor league football dance/cheer squad in South Texas should audition for the San Antonio Warriors Cheerleaders. You will cheer for the MPFL San Antonio Warriors Football Organization which has been in existence since 2004 and is currently ranked in the top 5 of the best minor professional football organizations in the nation in the SemiPro BCS.
Auditions will be held on September 26th, 2010 at Bally Total Fitness – 255 E. Basse, San Antonio , TX 78209 (Quarry Market).
Ladies should submit their application online at www.sawarriorsfootball.com. More audition information will be sent to ladies who submit an application.
Our buddy Albert in Texas always sends us great photos of the dance teams in his neck of the woods. This week, he got some great coverage of the San Antonio Roses, one of our favorite independent pro sports dance teams. He caught up with the team during one of their gigs as the San Antonio Warriors Cheerleaders on May 8th. The SA Warriors are part of the MPFL (Minor Professional Football League) and their cheerleaders perform at home games and make numerous appearances in San Antonio and the surrounding counties.
Albert used to send us just a handful of photos, but he’s got so many great ones, how do you pick which ones to show here? The answer is: we don’t. Why impose a limit? Just click here and go see all of them 🙂 Thanks, Albert!
The San Antonio Warriors Cheerleaders of the MPFL San Antonio Warrior Football Organization are debuting their inaugural 2010-2011 11×17 month calendar. It will be the first calendar of its type in San Antonio Semi-Pro Football cheerleader history and could very well be the first in pro cheerleader history in San Antonio Texas . The calendar will include all 15 current San Antonio Warrior cheerleaders in full color, full page spreads featuring settings and outfits from tropical swimsuit to Texas country.
Director Cynthia Trinidad oversaw production and was herself a Miss February in the 1991 Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader calendar. The calendars will be available at the remaining 2010 Warrior home games and playoffs and will be available online at www.saroses.com.
Cynthia Trinidad has been a member of and has directed numerous squads, and has been involved in the semi-pro and pro cheerleader industry in San Antonio since 1980. She says, “We made one poster-style single page calendar in 2003 and sold it at one game, but as far as I know this is the first full color multiple page semi or pro cheerleader swimsuit type calendar in San Antonio Sports History”.