The Youngstown State football program will hold its fourth annual Women's Football Coaching Clinic on Friday, April 12, at Stambaugh Stadium and in the WATTS. The cost to attend the clinic is $25 and all proceeds will be donated to The Purple Cat of Youngstown. The football clinic will run from 6-9 p.m. on the YSU campus.
Registration will be from 5:30-6 p.m. and light refreshments will be provided before the Coaching Clinic begins in the DeBartolo Stadium Club.
The early portion of the clinic will be held in Stadium Club as the staff will be introduced followed by an equipment presentation.
The participants will then be given a tour of Stambaugh Stadium before departing for the WATTS.
In the WATTS, Offensive Coordinator Shane Montgomery and the offensive staff will discuss the finer points of the Penguins' offense. Defensive Coordinator Joe Tresey and members of the defensive staff will talk schemes and strategy.
The clinic is a great opportunity for female football fans to learn the concepts of every position on the field. All participants will receive a gift bag and raffle prizes from local merchants will be awarded throughout the event.
The Purple Cat is a creative day program for adults with disabilities. Its primary focus is on teaching daily living skills, fostering independence and providing a creative environment for our individuals to reach their personal goals.
Contact Director of Football Operations Dan Kopp at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the football office at (330) 941-3478 for more information.
Parking for the event will be in the F-7 Lot north of the stadium.