The clinic is call Football 101 and is designed for women to interact with the Oregon coaching staff to gain "knowledge and insights into the game of football" according to a media release.
"Our staff always enjoys this event and every year we're reminded of how passionate our female fans are about the Ducks," said head coach Chip Kelly in the release. "The goal is to educate them on the concepts and nuances of the game, and then put some of that knowledge into practice out on the field."
The cost for the clinic is $35 through Monday, April 16, and $40 thereafter. There will be a welcome reception with heavy hors d'oeuvres, soft drinks, water and adult beverages for those participants over the age of 21.
WHAT: 2012 Oregon Football Women's Clinic – Football 101
WHEN: Thursday, April 19 from 5 to 9 p.m.
WHERE: Moshofsky Center (adjacent to Autzen Stadium)
SIGNUP: Registration form at www.GoDucks.com or call Callie Evans at 541-346-3825.
Annual Women's Clinic April 19th
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