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The FSU Cowgirls are a small group of Florida State University
female co-eds that first came to attention as a trio on an ABC televised football
On September 5, 2005, during a Florida State home football game
against the University of Miami, ABC
televised a bleacher shot of FSU co-eds Jenn Sterger and Fabiola Romero, dressed in minimal tops,
short shorts and cowboy hats. ABC sportscaster Brent Musburger
commented, "I think fifteen hundred red-blooded American men just
decided to apply to Florida State."
After the broadcast the FSU Cowgirls, as they call themselves,
quickly became the subject of much attention on the internet.
Sterger has stated that in addition to Danae Sims, Romero, and
herself there are an additional four Cowgirls who cheer the FSU
football team from the stands.
In February 2006, Jenn Sterger, Fabiola Romero, and Chrystal Durnan
posed for Maxim in a special section
entitled "FSU Cowgirls". Sterger and Romero also did a Playboy spot representing Florida
State which appeared in the May 2006 edition. Jenn Sterger now
works for the New York Jets as a reporter. Fabiola Romero is
now a Miami Dolphins Cheerleader.
In 2008 Warchant.com announced 3 contests to be held in
order to find the new Florida State University
Cowgirls. In the first contest held on April 11, 2008, Jessica
Denny and Nikki Lauren won the first two Cowgirls spots. Becky
Thompson was the winner of the third Warchant cowgirl search. Emily
Gosser the final Cowgirl contest winner was announced on September
1. As time passes and individual Cowgirls leave, new ones are
selected to take their place in similar contests. In 2009, 2 new
Cowgirls needed to be chosen as Lauren and Gosser moved on. Jorja
Fredrick was chosen on June 21, 2009.
(FSU Warchant Cowgirls)
- Jess Denny. First Contest Winner.
- Becky Thompson. Third Contest Winner.
- Jorja Fredrick. Fifth Contest Winner.
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Becky Named Cowgirl
Jorja Named Cowgirl
Emily Named Cowgirl