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Tiphanie

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Tiphanie, in her fourth season with Football’s Fabulous Females, is heavily involved in dance. In addition to the Raiderettes, Tiphanie is a dance teacher and the coach of the Fresno State dance team. During her rookie season with the Raiderettes, Tiphanie lived in Fresno and commuted to Oakland for every practice, appearance and game. Now, she drives to Fresno one to two times per week for Fresno State dance team’s practices and games.

Tiphanie’s favorite memory as a Raiderette was traveling to Iraq with four other Raiderettes in 2009. The ladies had one performance at a military base, but there was no stage to perform upon when they got there. The soldiers told them not to worry and two hours later, the Raiderettes returned and saw a stage built on top of a flatbed truck. They hopped up on the stage and had one of their best performances ever. Tiphanie ranks this as one of her most fun experiences.

The four-year vet has been dancing her entire life. She was a jazz and ballet dancer, but decided to pick up Scottish dancing for one year as a child because her grandfather was from Scotland. She wanted to learn the dance in order to perform for him before he went blind. It was a special moment for Tiphanie’s family.

Tiphanie, in her fourth season with Football’s Fabulous Females, is heavily involved in dance. In addition to the Raiderettes, Tiphanie is a dance teacher and the coach of the Fresno State dance team. During her rookie season with the Raiderettes, Tiphanie lived in Fresno and commuted to Oakland for every practice, appearance and game. Now, she drives to Fresno one to two times per week for Fresno State dance team’s practices and games.

Tiphanie’s favorite memory as a Raiderette was traveling to Iraq with four other Raiderettes in 2009. The ladies had one performance at a military base, but there was no stage to perform upon when they got there. The soldiers told them not to worry and two hours later, the Raiderettes returned and saw a stage built on top of a flatbed truck. They hopped up on the stage and had one of their best performances ever. Tiphanie ranks this as one of her most fun experiences.

The four-year vet has been dancing her entire life. She was a jazz and ballet dancer, but decided to pick up Scottish dancing for one year as a child because her grandfather was from Scotland. She wanted to learn the dance in order to perform for him before he went blind. It was a special moment for Tiphanie’s family.

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