The University of Michigan Pompon team is a student organization utilizing the traditional Mid American style of pompon. The team competes in collegiate competitions each season, while also performing at on-campus events such as Varsity Men’s Soccer Games, Varsity Women’s Basketball games, and more. The team works together to create visually attractive and creative routines, while focusing on kicks, jumps, form, and overall execution.
Outside of performances and competition, the team engages in local philanthropy events, including the JDRF “One” Walk to Cure Diabetes, The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life, and Dance Marathon.
Michigan Pompon strives to provide an artistic and athletic outlet for student athletes at the University of Michigan. This organization strives to entertain and build community recognition through performances at competitions and participation in campus events while building teamwork, responsibility, and providing a supportive athletic and academic environment.
Brooke Argue, Head Coach/Program Director
Brooke has a ton of experience in the pom world. She was a former Mid American Pompon Staff Member for 4 years, competed at the collegiate level on Atomic Pom for 3 years, and was a captain of her high school pom team: Livonia Franklin. She is the head coach for not only Michigan Pompon but for Livonia Franklin Varsity also.