LOOK: Fans cheer for their UAAP cheerdance bets


Posted at Dec 11 2017 07:48 PM

Fans could not get enough of the teams' performances as they all tried their best to win the UAAP Season 80 Cheerdance Competition crown.

Students, alumni, and supporters from all around the Philippines went all out to root for their favorite teams at the Mall of Asia Arena.

No matter whether their bets won or lost, there was no denying the energy that ran through the bleachers as each team showcased their best pyramids, flips, and stunts.

There was no denying, however, that Adamson University was the most charged-up school in the arena.

National University students and alumni go all out in supporting the NU Pep Squad.

Supporters of the De La Salle University Animo Squad call out their support.

The Adamson Pep Squad’s fans show their belief that their team’s routine will never get old.

Students of Far Eastern University show their support for the FEU Cheering Squad.

University of the East students enthusiastically show their support for the UE Pep Squad.

Students of the University of the Philippines show their fighting spirit during the UP Pep Squad’s return to the fray.

Students of the University of Santo Tomas enthusiastically wave their balloons to show support for the UST Salinggawi Dance Troupe.

Students and alumni from the Ateneo de Manila University wave fans to show that nothing is too hot to handle for the Blue Babble Battalion.

Nothing could be more worthy of a picture than one of the Adamson Pep Squad’s victory.

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