University of Michigan Synchro Skating

The University of Michigan synchronized skating team competes at the Collegiate and Open Collegiate levels. Each year we roster between 18 and 22 skaters for Collegiate, and 8 or more skaters for Open Collegiate. We welcome all skaters who have juvenile moves or higher. The team currently includes skaters from all over the U.S. as well as international skaters who represent a vast range of schools and majors within the University.

UMSST is the reigning two time Synchronized Skating Collegiate National Champion! The team has finished on the national podium for the last 10 consecutive years including silver in 2016 and 2015, and pewter in 2014. In 2017, we expanded our program to include an Open Collegiate team.

At Michigan, our skaters have the opportunity to obtain a world-class education while representing U of M, a Big Ten school, in competitions all over the country. Members of the synchro team take their education seriously and work to successfully balance academics with athleticism.

In addition to representing the University of Michigan on a national level, we are proud to be a part of the school spirit surrounding Michigan and its athletics. At select home hockey games, we perform entertaining routines after the completion of the first period. This season, we are also continuing looking forward to supporting the Michigan Men’s Ice Hockey Team by shoveling the snow in between periods!