Football 101 for Women

MANHATTAN, Kan. – The Kansas State football program will host its third annual Football 101 for Women clinic on Saturday, April 5, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the Vanier Football Complex at Bill Snyder Family Stadium, head coach Ron Prince has announced.

Football 101 has been a fan-favorite for the past two seasons and is an opportunity for K-State's female fans to learn the basics of college football straight from the Wildcat coaching staff.

Coach Ron Prince and the Wildcat coaching staff will guide participants through the strategies of offense, defense and special teams, explain the rules of the game and the signals use by Big 12 officials and discuss the equipment the players wear on game day.

The clinic will also provide participants with several interactive learning opportunities and on-the-field demonstrations designed specifically to make the female fans of the Wildcat Nation the most football savvy in the country.

The fee to attend K-State's Football 101 for Women clinic is $60 plus an online registration fee of $7.27 and includes a souvenir gift for the participants, a certificate of completion and complimentary cocktails and appetizers.

Space in Football 101 for Women will be limited to the first 300 registrants and participants must be at least 18 years of age to attend.

The first two editions of Football 101 for Women have been a huge success and sold out within the first 48 hours. Coach Prince and his staff are encouraging interested participants to register as soon as possible in order to reserve a spot in the popular course.

For questions or more information on Football 101 for Women, please contact the K-State football office 785-532-5876 or 1-800-992-9053.

The Kansas State football program will host an advanced course on college football later in the year, Football 201 for Women. The content of Football 201 will vary year to year and all Football 101 graduates are invited to attend and learn new aspects of a football program/organization.

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