Tracie O'Neal is extremely excited to be starting her 10th year coaching the Mean Green Cheerleaders coming back to her alma mater. Tracie is an alum of North Texas completing her BBA in Marketing in 1999 and her MEd in 2003. Tracie was a member and captain of the North Texas Dancers. She spent eight years coaching at John Horn High School in Mesquite where she achieved many years of success. Tracie was awarded the coveted NCA Texas High School Cheer Coach of the Year award from NCA in 2008, but attributes all of her success to her teams.
Tracie is currently the National Sales Director for Cheerleading.com, but her favorite role is being a mom. She has two sons, Kade (15) and Cooper (13), that are very involved in sports. Tracie is married to Bryan, who is the football and track coach at Sunnyvale High School.
Tracie is very involved in high school and youth choreography and judging. She is excited to continue a new era of North Texas Cheer that is geared towards making an impact in the new Mean Green stadium, cherishing past NTC traditions, making new traditions, and developing a program that the University of North Texas can be proud of!
Christin Whitefield is honored to be coaching the North Texas Cheerleaders coming back to her alma mater. Christin is a North Texas Cheer alum, was a captain for the 2012-2013 season and was a member of the first team to cheer inside Apogee stadium. She completed her BBA in Marketing from the University of North Texas in 2014 and is currently work towards her master’s in counseling. Christin spent three years coaching and teaching middle school math in Denton ISD before returning to school to focus on her masters.
Christin is currently an Outside Sales Representative for Cheerleading.com, a graduate student, and completes administrative duties as a manager for Texas Roadhouse. She and her boyfriend, Cody, have two corgis that they absolutely adore. Cody has a business of his own and is applying to be a firefighter/paramedic.
Christin is excited to bring her passion for cheerleading and The University of North Texas to North Texas Cheer. She looks forward to supporting this era of North Texas Cheer by influencing the game day experience, building upon new and old traditions, and building a cheer program that the University is proud of! Go Mean Green!