A college didn't, a individual did.
Cheerleading was created to get the crowd to support a college football team.
If you mean allstar cheerleading which is a competitive sport, There are kids ages 4-18 doing it. When you get into college you can still cheer in college
The answer depends on whose championships you are referring to - college? high school? professional? some other cheerleading organization?
As of Wednesday July 21, 2010 a federal judge ruled that cheerleading is not an NCAA college sport
The University of Kentucky
american university for womens cheerleading
You can go to a college that offers cheerleading programs such as Furman university and University of Kansas.
Cheerleading has gone from a mostly male college sport primarily for crown hype, to a serious competitive, tumbling, stunting sport
Yes, they compete at the Universal Cheerleading Association College Nationals each year in Orlando, Florida.
Johnny Campbell is the man who invented cheerleading. He invented this sport in 1905. The first college with a cheerleading squad was the University of Minnesota.
In competitive cheerleading, levels are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and very rarely 6. 6 is a level for college students