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Felecia Mulkey
 

Felecia  Mulkey

Position:
Head Coach

04/19/2016

Baylor Acro/Tumbling National Championship, 4/19/16

Baylor Acro/Tumbling National Championship, 4/19/16

02/21/2016

Acrobatics and Tumbling vs Oregon - 02/21/2016

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Baylor acrobatics & tumbling head coach Felecia Mulkey has completely changed the program since arriving in Waco in June of 2014. Entering her third season in 2017, she has the Bears coming in as back-to-back National Collegiate Acrobatics & Tumbling Association (NCATA) champions with a 21-0 two-year record and has tutored seven NCATA All-Americans in her first two years.

During the 2016 season, Mulkey led Baylor to a second straight perfect record (10-0) en route to claiming the 2016 NCATA national championship. Along the way, Kiara Nowlin, Shayla Moore and Kaelyn Cowan earned NCATA All-American honors.

After guiding the Oregon Ducks to four consecutive NCATA national championships in five years, Mulkey, in her first season as Baylor's head coach, guided the Bears to the program's first NCATA national championship, defeating the defending champion Oregon Ducks three times en route to the crown. The Bears posted a program-best 11-0 record. Sophomore Kiara Nowlin, freshman Shayla Moore and senior Keegan Johnson received 2015 NCATA All-America honors and the Bears claimed eight event titles. In addition, Nowlin was named the 2015 NCATA Most Outstanding Player and Moore earned Freshman of the Year recognition.

In her seven seasons as a head coach, Mulkey, a native of Atlanta, Ga., has an overall record of 64-3 while winning six national titles, 43 event titles, coached 17 student-athletes to All-America honors with three earning athlete of the year awards.

Off the mat, Mulkey works tirelessly in growing the sport of acrobatics and tumbling. She continues to play a key role in the progression of acrobatics & tumbling's effort to gain NCAA sport status. Prior to the 2010-11 season, Mulkey was a catalyst in developing the scoring format that is currently in practice in acrobatics and tumbling meets.

Prior to her stint at Oregon, Mulkey built the Kennesaw State competitive cheer program into a national powerhouse. The Owls finished fourth in the 2008 All-Women's Division I Collegiate Championships after capturing national titles in 2004 and 2005.

Mulkey, a 1998 Kennesaw State health and exercise science graduate, oversaw the development of a program that finished no worse than third nationally from 2001 through 2007. Her success resulted in the program ascending to the Division I level in 2006.

Prior to transferring and taking over the head coaching reins at the Kennesaw, Ga., school in May 1997, Mulkey cheered for two years at Southern Union State (Wadley, Ala.), and led the Bison to an eighth-place national finish in 1995.

In addition to directing the Owls' spirit and competitive programs, Mulkey served as the school's sports operations director from 2007-2008 as well as the sports marketing and promotions director from 2000-06.

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