10-time national champion cheerleader, Eric Ortiz, dead at 30

Cheerleader Eric Ortiz 10-Time National Champion Dead … Only 30 Yrs. Old

10/24/2022 10:00 AM PT

Eric Ortiz – a former Louisville Cardinals cheerleader and 10-time national champion – passed away unexpectedly over the weekend. This may interest you : Dixon High’s Paige Hull earns a spot on the East Carolina cheerleading squad. He was only 30 years old.

The GymTyme All-Stars in Louisville announced the sad news … saying their former cheerleader passed away Saturday, remembering Ortiz as a “sweet, amazing and genuine person.”

“This homecoming weekend turned out like none of us expected. One of our beloved athletes, former students and friends was invited home,” the cheerleading hall announced Monday.

“Eric Ortiz was a force when he joined our program. He could stunt, flip, jump, dance and perform with some of the greatest athletes to ever step foot on a cheering podium.”

“He was amazing as an athlete. He could do anything and he did it. He was a leader in training and on the competition floor.”

The New York native was part of the University of Louisville cheerleading squad and the GymTyme All-Stars. During his cheering career, Ortiz won two world championships and 10 national championships.

Several cheerleaders paid tribute to Ortiz on social media, including Gabi Butler who shared photos of her and Eric together on her Instagram.

“You were the most beautiful soul I’ve ever met,” said the star of Netflix’s “Cheer.”

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“The memories we shared are ones not many people get to share because they were so special.”

“I love you with all my heart and soul Eric… rest in peace my angel, I will always miss you and always will.”

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