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South Brunswick Girls Help Ramapo Win National Dance Title

South Brunswick residents Jessica Courtney and Casey Holstein were part of the squad that captured the Division III College Dance Team National Championship.

Two South Brunswick students helped the Ramapo College Dance Team return from the National Dance Alliance competition in Daytona Beach, Florida with a National Championship.

The NCA/NDA Collegiate Cheer and Dance Championship is single largest collegiate cheer and dance event in the world.

The Ramapo College Dance Team took First Place in the Division III College Dance Team Competition. In addition, they were awarded the Innovative Choreography award.

South Brunswick residents Jessica Courtney, of Kendall Park, and Casey Holstein, of Dayton, were part of the 14-member championship squad. 

Ramapo College National Championship Team:

Chervene Aminian



Ocean Twp., NJ / Ocean Township

Melissa Apriceno



Elmwood Park, NJ / Bergen Tech

Kristen Cebulski



Dumont, NJ / Academy of the Holy Angels

Jessica Courtney



Kendall Park, NJ / South Brunswick

Christina D'Urso



Morganville, NJ / St. John Vianney

Dana Dente



Belleville, NJ / Belleville

Michelle DeSantis



Paramus, NJ / Paramus

Valentina DeSantis



River Vale, NJ / Pascack Valley

Evelyn Gallo



Marlboro, NJ / St. John Vianney

Haley Gott



West Milford, NJ / West Milford

Casey Holstein



Dayton, NJ / South Brunswick

Angela Mossa



Freehold, NJ / St. John Vianney

Rachael Trover



North Haledon, NJ / Paramus Catholic

Lauren Ver Hage



North Haledon, NJ / Paramus Catholic

Jonica Williams



Clifton, NJ / Clifton


Their two coaches are:

Michelle Fernandez

Head Coach

Idania Fernandez

Assistant Coach

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