32nd Annual Seton Invitational


We are excited to welcome everyone back to Seton for our annual competition on Saturday, January 6, 2024.

Details will be posted late fall/early summer for the 2024 event but until then you can view last years info. below for reference.


2023 Competition Info. Packet

Seton Gym/Commons Layout


General Admission – $10
Students & Seniors – $7
  ** 2 and under FREE – must sit on parent/guardian lap



Early Pricing
Sept. 28 – Oct. 15

On Time Pricing
Oct. 16 – Nov. 30
Late Pricing
Dec. 1 – Jan. 2
1st Team Routine$190$215$240
2nd Team Routine$150$170$190
Each Additional Team Routine$100$100$100
Ensemble (3-6 dancers)$105$120$135
Special NeedsNo ChargeNo ChargeNo Charge

It is very unlikely we would ever cancel due to weather. Our event will continue on as planned….rain, shine or snow!

NOTE: Registration fees are due immediately upon online registration submission and non-refundable after December 1, 2022 unless cancellation occurs by Seton High School.


Registration is now closed!


2023 Participant Form


Team Routine Sheet

Team Penalty Sheet {including safety rules}

Novice Team Evaluation Sheet {including general guidelines} 

Game Day Sheets {we will follow UDA Game Day Rules for this division and use their score sheets}

Solo, Duet and Ensemble Sheet


Judges bio’s will be posted as they are confirmed/received.

RYLEE BURKE – Bio coming soon!






MIRANDA CALHOUN is a 2020 graduate from the University of West Virginia where she received a Masters in Science Degree in Sports Management and Marketing. She is also a 2015 graduate from the University of Missouri where she received her Masters in Education with a Psychology, Counseling focus and a 2012 graduate of Bowling Green State University, where she received a Bachelors Degree in Dance Education. She was a four-year member of the Bowling Green State University Dance Team, where she received honors as Rookie of the Year, Leadership Award and Best dancer of the Year. She has competed at a National Level with UDA (Universal Dance Association) and has been a certified judge for UDA for the past 10 years. She is a master instructor for the Ohio Dance Festival. With Miranda’s strong technical dance and cheerleading background she has had the opportunity to judge many local and national dance competitions, cheerleading competitions, and tryouts. Miranda has danced for many years in the areas of Hip Hop, Contemporary, Ballet, Tap, Jazz and Modern. She competed all across the United States winning numerous National Titles and Overall Awards. Miranda has had the opportunity to study with the Mia Michaels, Paula Abdul, Wade Robson, Lori Ann Gibson, and many others. Miranda taught for the past 10 years at The Beat Dance Company and at Toledo School for the Arts. Miranda was also the Head Coach of the Bowling Green State University Dance Team from 2012-2022 and is currently the Spirit Coordinator/Head Dance Team Coach at Mount St Joseph University in Cincinnati, OH.


Theresa continues to be passionate about the arts, and holds a BFA from the Art Academy of Cincinnati. when she is not working as a freelance Creative Consultant and Graphic Designer she has taken up acrylic and watercolor painting as she travels in her RV camper van with her husband Tim and dog Siggy.

PAIGE DIXON began her dance career at the age of 5 and she grew up training in all styles of dance at studios in the Cincinnati, OH area. After spending her years traveling the country to train with dance conventions and numerous studios, she lived out her dream of being on a collegiate dance team. Paige was a 4 year varsity member and captain of the University of Cincinnati Dance Team and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Speech Language and Hearing Sciences. She has also been a dance instructor and choreographer for 6 years. Currently, Paige is obtaining her Masters in Speech Language Pathology at Miami University while creating choreography for high school dance teams and studios alike.


BECCA ERWIN started her dance journey at the age of seven at the Vicki Jo Dance Studio in Miamisburg, Ohio. She trained and competed in various styles including jazz, tap, ballet, contemporary, hip hop and even hula & Tahitian. She competed across the Midwest, winning numerous overall awards. She also attended a variety of master classes and conventions including Ohio Dance Masters. She attended Bowling Green State University from 2014-2018, where she received her bachelor’s in Journalism with a focus in Public Relations. Becca was on the BGSU Dance Team where she performed at football and basketball games as well as community events. She also was on the BGSU Nationals Dance Team where she represented the University and competed at the UDA (Universal Dance Association) National competition all four years of college.

Today, Becca is a Marketing Account Manager for PNC Bank corporate. After her 9-5 work day, she teaches jazz, ballet, tap and acrobatics at the Marjorie Jones School of Dance in Columbus, Ohio. Becca has been a certified UDA judge for the past four years and enjoys traveling across the Midwest for competitions and expos.

BETTINA FIELDS has over 17 years of experience working with dance teams and coaches across the nation. She has served on many professional dance judging panels over the years as well as having completed extensive advanced judging courses, including the USASF safety course and panel courses for Varsity Spirit, and the International Summit course within the dance industry. She previously served as the head dance team coach of Eastern Kentucky University. Under her direction, EKU was named NDA College National Champion Runner-up for consecutive years in the division 1 Pom category and placed top 3 in the team performance division. Her teams have been recognized for immense dedication to the spirit program and university. Before coaching at EKU, she was the previous coach for South Laurel Middle School where she led them to their first ever UDA National Championship title in the kick division in 2013. From there, she became the dance director for BOSS All-Stars and under her direction, BOSS was named National Champions in 2014-2015. This included teams performing in pom, jazz, and hip-hop in youth, junior, and senior teams. She later continued to coach at Dance Alley Studio, where she helped lead them to a National Championship title within numerous age divisions and genres, the Summit title, and World-Cheer championship titles in Senior Pom and Kick divisions.

Bettina graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with highest honors Phi Kappa Phi, including her most recent Ed.S degree in supervisor of instruction. She currently resides in London, KY where she teaches middle school science. She is also currently the marketing director for dance for Winner’s Choice Championship. She enjoys mentoring and networking with other coaches, teams, and studios across the country. Bettina continues to share her love of dance with other through consulting, cleaning routines, offering team technique, coaching, networking, and judging.

KILEY GARLAND is the mother of a beautiful 13 year old young woman. She has been dancing since she was 2 years old in Reno, NV. She has trained in ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, modern, contemporary, musical theatre, poi, and lyrical. Kiley has been trained by names such as Gina Hernandez, Eddie Garcia, Terry Beeman, tWitch, and so many more through her studios, conventions, and workshops. Kiley has taught dance since she was 14 and choreographed since the age of 10. She has a passion for dance and adores to share that with the anyone who will listen. Kiley has coached and choreographed award winning routines for high school dance teams, all star competitive cheer teams, as well as for competitive studios. Kiley has sustained many injuries, and seen her fellow dancers and students suffer through many more. Because of this Kiley chose to expand her knowledge in preventing injuries by understanding the human body and passing that knowledge along to her students. Kiley now lives in Cincinnati, OH with her daughter as a firefighter/paramedic.

ANNA HILTY started her dance career in Washington State, where she was a part of a pre-professional ballet company. She was also on an All-Star team, Eastern Washington Elite, where she competed at the UDA National Dance Team Championship and the USASF World Championship. While in high school, Anna taught at her studio and choreographed for high school teams throughout the state. She was also on her high school team where she choreographed their state winning routines. During her time with Eastern Washington Elite, she accumulated ten UDA National Championships and one USASF World Championship. Anna decided to further her dance team career in college at the University of Cincinnati, where she double-majored in Secondary Education and History. While dancing on the team at UC, she won one UDA Collegiate National Championship and seven ICU World Championship titles.

Upon graduating, Anna took on a coaching role at UC where she won one National Championship and two World Championships. She also was an assistant coach at Seton High School from 2013-2019, where they placed in the top 3 at the UDA National Dance Team Championship consistently during her tenure. They won their first National Championship Pom title in 2018, Hip Hop title in 2020 and second Pom title in 2021 all with routines she either choreographed or consulted on. Since 2013, she has choreographed and co-choreographed many High School and Collegiate routines including the Ohio State University, Washington State University, Louisiana State University, Rutgers University, Seton High School, Cherry Creek High School, Carlsbad High School, Linn Mar High School, Lake Forest High School, Floyd Central High School, the University of St. Thomas, St. Cloud State University, Miami University, Team USA, Team Austria, the Phoenix Suns, the Chicago Luvabulls and the Academy of the Holy Angels. She has choreographed for many Washington State teams as well, bringing home multiple WIAA state titles. She still choreographs, consults and private coaches in her spare time, and 2022 marks her eighteenth year as a professional choreographer!

Anna moved back home to the Tri-Cities after meeting her now-husband, Hayden. They have an incredible baby boy, Asher, two pups and both their parents live in Washington. It was always her dream to move back home from Cincinnati, and she is so excited to be back. Anna continues to choreograph and consult for many programs across the country.

HEATHER HOLLIDAY is a resident of London KY.  She began her dance career at 8 years old and started teaching and doing choreography at age 14. Heather has trained in all areas of dance including classical ballet, lyrical, jazz, modern, tap, hip hop and contemporary. 

Heather began her training at the Gail Fredrick School of Dance in Corbin KY. She spent the summer of 1988 at the Enid Knapp Botsford School of Dance where she got to train under the supervision of Mikhail Baryshnikov. Heather competed in the regional and national Stars of Tomorrow competition where she placed 2nd in the nation at age 14 in ballet solo. Heather joined the London School of Dance in 1990 where she trained under amazing instructors including Jan Hurst, Jennique Wolfe and Linda Miller Hathaway. At age 16 she was recruited by a talent scout and invited to Dance at the 1994 Opening Ceremonies of the Goodwill Games held in St. Petersburg, Russia. One of Heather’s favorite accolades was In 1992 when she was 1 or 16 dancers selected out of the state of Kentucky to attend The Kentucky Governors School for the Arts in the form of dance. Heather began to travel all over the country to study with instructors such as Gus Giordano and Luigi.  In 1995-96, Heather played the roles in traveling productions of Fame and Grease.  Heather began dancing with the Lexington Ballet in 1996-1998.   

In 1999 Heather began teaching and choreographing full time. She then spent 10 years running her own studio until she retired in 2019. She ended the studio with 14 National Titles, 3 World Titles, and 1 Summit World Title. She is a credentialed judge for the Universal Dance Association and Varsity All Star and  has been honored to judge The National and World Competitions for UDA.

MOLLY GIFFORD – Bio coming soon!






LAUREN STORM began her dance career at a young age training in various styles of dance in Dayton, Ohio. Competing with her Studio and High School team, she won numerous awards and titles. Lauren continued her dance career at the University of Cincinnati where she was a member of the Varsity Dance Team, winning 2 National Championships and 3 World Championships in hip hop and Pom. Lauren began her professional dance career with Exhale Dance Tribe, where she trained and performed for 3 seasons. After graduating with a Bachelors Degree in Communications, Marketing, and Public Relations she moved to New York City to train at Broadway Dance Center. While in New York she performed at various theaters including Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and performed work by Keenan Cooks, Shelia Barker, and Phil Orsano. Lauren also continued to share her passion for dance teaching and choreographing at multiple studios in New York. In 2020, Lauren moved back to Cincinnati where she continues to teach and choreography for multiple studios and schools.


2023/2024 Season – Saturday, January 6, 2024
2024/2025 Season – Saturday, January 11, 2025

** Above date(s) are subject to change.


2023 Seton Invitational Results – Team

2023 Seton Invitational Results – Solo, Duet & Ensemble

2022 Seton Invitational Results – Team

2022 Seton Invitational Results – Solo, Duet & Ensemble

2021 Seton Invitational Results – Team

2020 Seton Invitational Results – Team

2020 Seton Invitational Results – Solo, Duet & Ensemble

2019 Seton Invitational Results – Team

2019 Seton Invitational Results – Solo, Duet & Ensemble

2018 Seton Invitational Results – Team

2018 Seton Invitational Results – Solo, Duet & Ensemble

2017 Seton Invitational Results – Team

2017 Seton Invitational Results – Solo, Duet & Ensemble

2016 Seton Invitational Results – Team

2016 Seton Invitational Results – Solo, Duet, Ensemble & Special Needs

2015 Seton Invitational Results – Team

2015 Seton Invitational Results – Solo, Duet & Ensemble

2014 Seton Invitational Results – All