Aug. 4, 2014
By Craig Buchanan
Athletic Media Relations
FORT COLLINS, Colo. — The Colorado State women’s soccer program has announced that it will hold a pair of free clinics, one for kids and one for coaches, this upcoming season. Pre-registration is required for both clinics.
The free youth clinic will be held on August 16 and is available for boys and girls entering kindergarten through 6th grade. Kids can come enjoy the team’s exhibition match vs. Colorado Mesa at 1 p.m. on campus, and then meet and train with the current CSU soccer players and staff immediately after from 3:30-4:45 p.m.
All pre-registrants will be eligible for a raffle that includes 10 authentic CSU Rams soccer scarves and one Mini Rams Soccer Camp tuition waiver.
The free coaching clinic will be conducted on September 12 and will be open to club and high school coaches looking to gain insight into how Head Coach Bill Hempen approaches match day analysis with his team and staff.
Participants can scout the first half of the College of Charleston vs. Nebraska-Omaha game, played on campus at 1:30 p.m., with the Colorado State coaching staff and see how the Rams’ staff would approach the second half.
Following the first match, Colorado State will take on Southern Methodist at 4 p.m., where coaches will be given a limited written scouting report on SMU as well as access to pre, half, and post-game CSU talks. Coaches will be given a sideline pass next to Colorado State’s bench, and will be debriefed after the match by Colorado State’s staff.
For more information and to register, click here.
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