MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Registration is still open for the Mountaineer Athletic Club’s (MAC) third annual Football 101 for Women, to be held on Sunday, Aug. 17, at Milan Puskar Stadium, from 5 - 9 p.m.
Participants at this year’s clinic will have the opportunity to meet Mountaineer coach Dana Holgorsen and his staff. Additionally, they will receive a tutorial on football schemes from the coaches and take the field for instructional sessions with the WVU football players. Dinner and a live auction, emceed by Mountaineer play-by-play announcer Tony Caridi, will follow the on-field program. Additionally, attendees will be granted special access to the Mountaineers’ practice from 3 – 5 p.m. Sunday.
“Football 101 for Women is one of our most anticipated events, and we are excited to host the program for the third year,” said Matt Borman, WVU senior associate athletic director/executive director of the Mountaineer Athletic Club. “This clinic is a great opportunity for the Mountaineer female fan base to get a behind-the-scenes look at WVU football. WVU has some of the country’s most talented and hardworking coaches and student-athletes, and we are excited that they have the opportunity to interact with many great supporters.”
The cost of admission is $50 for current MAC members and $150 for non-members (includes your Buckskin MAC membership). Admission is free for Women Supporting Athletics (WSA) members.