Wanna suit up with the Squad? Take your talents to the judges at either audition day—Sunday, July 14, 2019, or Saturday, July 27, 2019 at St. Anthony's High School Fencing Center.


Stacked with South Texas’ top talents from stunters and b-boys to tumblers and dancers, the Spurs Hype Squad is redefining “home-court advantage." Freestyle routines. On-court contests. You name it, we bring it. And when game night’s over, you can find us on the streets—spreading that same energy to the city we rep through community outreach and corporate appearances. ‘Cause when it comes to S.A, there’s never such a thing as too much Hype.


What kind of talent are you looking for?

We are looking for individuals with a strongly developed performance-based talent who can freestyle and learn choreography, along with those with above average energy and engagement traits

Examples of talents include: Dancer, Stunter, Tumbler, Tricker, B-Boy, Yell-leader (non-performing, high energy, fanatic)

What do I wear?

Applicants are asked to wear athletic, form-fitting clothing (no jeans) and non-marking soled shoes

Females are strongly recommended to come game-day ready with hair and makeup

Males are strongly recommended to come game-day ready with hair styled and facial hair trimmed

What time do I show up?

Start times will be individually sent out closer to audition date

What is the structure of the audition?

All applicants will warm up together and then be split into groups

Applicants will participate in a group interview and fan engagement evaluation

Applicants who would like to be considered for a performance role will stay for talent evaluation (Not trying out as a performer does not hinder your chances of making the team)

Talent evaluation will include instructional choreography that will flow into a freestyle element

Applicants will perform the choreography with others trying out with the same specialty

Auditions are closed to the public

What are the judges looking for?

Creativity, energy, elite-level talent, Spurs fandom, personality, and professionalism are just some of the elements the judges are evaluating.

Will a routine be taught? Do I need to have a routine prepared?

If you are auditioning to be a performer you will learn 30-seconds of choreography and be asked to continue to freestyle in your own genre for an additional 30-seconds to the same track as the choreography

How will I know if I made the team?

All applicants will be notified by phone and/or email a week after the second audition date. The judges’ decisions are final.

What are my time commitments if I make the team?

Team members will be responsible for attending two practices a week, a minimum of 32 home games, and at least 15 community events

Practices/games/appearances/meetings will fall on weeknights, weekends, and holidays August to April


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