JPAC Radiance All Star Cheerleading was founded in 2020 to provide all star cheerleading training at the highest level. We believe that cheerleading teaches life skills that far surpass the 2 minutes and 30 seconds on the mat. Athletes will learn essential life skills through this sport such as integrity, teamwork commitment, and communication. We firmly believe in building strong, healthy athletes. We constantly strive to reach every athlete as an individual to help them reach their highest potential.

Radiance offers competitive cheerleading opportunities for all ages and ability levels just outside of Indianapolis, Indiana. Additionally, Radiance offers 8 week cheer camps to introduce young athletes to the world of All Star Cheerleading. During the camp, athletes learn the basics such as motions, jumps, stunts and a short routine which is performed at the end of the session.


2022-2023 Season

Tiny Prep -  Sunnies

Tiny Elite - Sunburst

Mini Elite - Sunrise

Youth Prep -Sunshine

Youth Elite - Glow

Junior Prep - Sunlight

Junior Elite - Sunbeams

2023-2024 Season

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Alex Martin Csiernik is the Head Coach & Cheerleading Director. She is also the Head Cheerleading Coach at IUPUI. Prior to, she was a Head Coach at Hamilton Southeastern High School for two years, winning the 2019 Varsity A State Championship. As an athlete, Alex first cheered at Greenwood High School and Speed Athletics. She cheered for four years at Indiana University on the Crimson All Girl Squad, winning the first two UCA College National Championship titles in school history in 2012 and 2013. After completing her degree in Secondary English Education, she became an Assistant Cheerleading Coach at IU. She assisted the team in winning two additional national titles, in 2014 and 2016. Alex was also a UCA Staff member working with athletes across the midwest at the middle school and high school levels for several years. Since starting Radiance in 2020, Alex has led the program to multiple International and National competition victories. In the program's first year of existence, JPAC Radiance's International Open Level 7 Team won a Bronze Globe at The Cheerleading Worlds. JPAC is one of 131 programs in the world who have won a Globe at The Cheerleading Worlds.

Alex has four years of high school coaching experience as well as eight years of collegiate coaching experience at the D1 and D1A levels. Most recently, in her first year as a head coach at IUPUI, she took the team to an 8th place finish in the Open All Girl Game Day division for the program's first time competing at the competition since 2020. In her first year as an Assistant Coach at IUPUI, Alex choreographed and led the Jaguars to an 8th place finish in the Open All Girl Traditional division. Prior to her joining the program, IUPUI cheerleading had never reached the finals in the Game Day or Traditional division.

Coach Paige Marsoka | Prior to coaching at Radiance, she was an assistant coach for Eastern Hancock High School for two years. In those two years the team earned two Varsity D State titles, 3rd place at state in the Varsity Timeout Division, and three conference titles. As an athlete, Paige was a gymnast for 10 years before becoming a cheerleader. She first cheered at Force All Stars and later moved to Speed Athletics. While at Speed Athletics, Paige competed at The Cheerleading Worlds in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014. Paige went on to cheer for the University of Louisville All Girl. She earned a NCA National Championship in 2015 with Louisville Small Coed. Paige also cheered for Gymtyme Platinum during her freshman year of college. Paige earned an 8th place finish at the 2015 Cheerleading Worlds in the Medium Coed division with Gymtyme Platinum. While in school she studied Marketing as well as Criminal Justice. Finishing her career as an athlete, Paige cheered at Midwest Cheer Elite. She competed at the 2016 Cheerleading Worlds with Midwest Cheer Elite Black Diamonds. During this time Paige was also preparing to attend the Central Indiana Fire Academy. Paige has been an integral part in the development and growth of the program. Since being a part of starting the program in 2020, Paige has helped the program to multiple International and National competition victories.

Currently, Paige is a Career Firefighter for the Wayne Township Fire Department on the west side of Indianapolis. She is in her 8th year of her career. Paige also has a sheep farm, as well as a husband, Josh, and two beautiful daughters, Aubrey and Julia, with another on the way, DJ.


Payton was an athlete in the first year of the program on the International Open Level 7 team, winning Radiance's first globe at The Cheerleading Worlds. Payton has been involved in cheerleading for over a decade, competing at a variety of levels with multiple finalist finishes at D2 Summit. Payton was also a two year letter winner on the varsity cheerleading team at Franklin Central High School.


Alexa joined the Radiance program after coaching tumbling for JPAC previously. Alexa was a UCA Staff member who traveled the midwest assisting with middle school and high school cheer camps previously. Alexa cheered for over 10 years on a variety levels while also competing at The Cheerleading Worlds multiple times as an athlete. Along with being an all star cheerleading athlete, she also cheered at Morton High School in Illinois.


Along with coaching Radiance teams, Lexa also leads the 8 week cheer camps which allows young athletes to try out all star cheerleading. Prior to becoming a coach, Lexa coached a variety of classes at JPAC such as tumbling, preschool gymnastics and Intro to Cheer.  Lexa cheered her entire middle school and high school career at Mt. Vernon Community Schools. She earned two varsity letters cheering at Mt. Vernon High School and was a part of the competition team.


Kristine is also the head coach at New Palestine Junior High School. Kristine led NPJH to the 2021 State Runner Up title. Before taking over the NPJH program, Kristine was an assistant coach at Greenfield Central High School and New Palestine High School. Kristine also coached at the collegiate level at Western Oregon University, her alma mater, where she cheered as well. Kristine was a varsity cheerleader at Bend Senior High School in Oregon.

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  • COA Indy - Prep Grand Champion
  • COA Indy - Level 1 Grand Champion
  • COA Indy - Level 2 Grand Champion
  • WSF Grand National -  Youth 1.1 Prep Champion
  • WSF Grand National -  Junior 2.1 Prep Champion
  • WSF Grand National -  D2 Youth 2 Champion
  • WSF Grand National -  D2 Junior 2 Champion
  • WSF Grand National - Prep Grand Champion
  • CheerMax Muncie - Prep Grand Champion
  • CheerMax Muncie - Level 2 Grand Champion
  • CheerMax Muncie - High Point Champion
  • NCA Indy - Best Use of Jumps
  • NCA Indy - Superior Showmanship
  • NCA Indy - Level 2 Herkie High Point
  • Florida Finals - Partial Paid - Tiny Prep 1.1
  • Florida Finals - Partial Paid - Tiny 1
  • Florida Finals - Partial Paid - Mini 1
  • Florida Finals - Partial Paid - Junior Prep 2.1
  • Florida Finals - PAID BID - Youth Prep 1.1
  • Florida Finals - PAID BID - Youth 2
  • Florida Finals - PAID BID - Junior 2
  • Youth Summit At Large Bid Winner - Youth 2
  • D2 Summit Bid Winner - PAID BID - Junior 2
  • All Star Worlds Bid Winner - Mini 1
  • All Star Worlds Bid Winner - Junior 2
  • All Star Worlds Bid Winner - PAID BID - Youth 2


  • COA Indy - Level 2 Grand Champion
  • NCA Indy - Superior Showmanship
  • UCA International Championships -  D2 Mini 1
  • Cheermax National Champion - Tiny 1
  • Cheermax National Champion - Mini 1
  • Cheermax Sweeps Champion - Tiny 1
  • D2 Summit Bid Winner - Junior 2
  • The Cheerleading Worlds Bid Winner - International Open Level 7


  • Nation's Choice - Indy - Jumps Champion
  • The Cheerleading Worlds Bid Winner - International Open Level 7
  • The Cheerleading Worlds Bronze Globe - International Open Level 7


Lauren Snyder

“JPAC Radiance has become a huge part of our lives over the last year. In fact, it has become a second family. Lexi and Brooklyn have grown and learned so much since starting cheer at the end of 2021. They have found their true passion and have made amazing friends. The coaches are nothing short of amazing and honestly care about each and every athlete as if they are their own!”

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