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ECU Club Dance Team
2011 JamFest National Champions

Dance clock towerThe ECU Club Dance Team was created for female ECU students who wish to continue competitive dancing, being a part of a close knit team, and being fit and in shape.  The ECU Club Dance Team specializes in hip hop, jazz, pom and kick line. Dance experience is necessary.  However, the ECU Club Dance Team practices throughout the year to perfect technique and skills. The ECU Club Dance Team performs on the sidelines and at halftimes for many different club sport teams.  

Currently, they are the Dugout Dancers for the ECU Club Baseball Team.  They also perform at Club Basketball, Rugby, Lacrosse and Boxing events.  In addition, the ECU Club Dance Team also performs at various on-campus events. They perform at intramural championship games in addition to being in front of large audiences at Polar Bear Plunge and Barefoot on the Mall. Community service is very important to the ECU Club Dance Team. 

The dancers participate and perform in numerous volunteer and charity events throughout the community, including the American Heart Association’s Heart Walk, the annual Autism Walk, MS Walk, ALS Walk, Breast Cancer Walk, Relay for Life, etc. The ECU Club Dance Team travels to surrounding states to represent East Carolina University in about five competitions every spring semester. In their first year of existence, the ECU Club Dance Team won the national championship in the open division at the JamFest Nationals in Richmond, VA. 

In addition to their first national championship, they also received the award for best choreography. 

 For information about joining, contact the team representatives.