Forget Coach Taylor! Forget Coach Taylor! It’s about Coach Monica. The 14-time NCAA champion, Monica was a tough leader who won the admiration of cheerleaders and binge-watchers alike as she led the team to victory at Daytona. 

Of course, Monica stayed at Navarro, ready to lead the 2020 team to her 15th championship, but her plans were derailed by the coronavirus pandemic, which resulted in Nationals being canceled less than a month before the event.

In March 2020, Instagram user sags “My heart breaks for the lost memories of my wonderful team,” and posted the following message: I wasn’t ready to leave so soon. It was difficult for me to accept that the team would pack their belongings and return home.

 When the 2020-21 season kicked off, Monica was pulling double duty as she joined the cast for Dancing With the Stars29th Season, 10th Place with her Partner Val Chmerkovskiy. And on Jan. 4, 2022, she released her first book, Full Out: Life and Leadership Lessons From America’s Top Coach.

Monica (married with 2 children) will be turning 40 in September 2019.AustinSouthern Methodist University’s football player was. AllySouthern Methodist University cheerleader, Alicia was inducted into Navarro College Athletic Hall of Fame.