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Citadel News Service
13 Jul 2015

Sixth Annual Citadel Lady Bulldogs Football 101

Bring your eye black and game face on July 31 to the Sixth Annual Ladies Football 101 event, sponsored by The Citadel Football Association. Experience a ladies-only evening of football education, fun, food, gifts and auctions with this year’s highlights including a meet and greet with the new Citadel athletic director, Jim Senter, and a fashion show with Citadel football players modeling uniforms. The event will be held from 4:30 – 9:30 p.m. on Friday, July 31, with proceeds benefiting a new supplemental nutrition program for football players.*

The Ladies Football 101 curriculum includes:

  • 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. Wine & Cheese — Tea & Cookies Reception

Hosted by The Citadel Football coaches’ wives, attendees will tour the training, locker and equipment rooms.ladiesfootball

  • 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. Welcome and coaching begins

The coaching staff will discuss the basics of offensive and defensive college football. Next, see the Bulldogs build their strength as players demonstrate the equipment.

  • 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. Be the player

Take to the field for passing and catching practice and demonstration and create your own victory dance.

  • 8:00 – 9:00 p.m. Fuel up and enjoy some shopping

Relish a catered supper in the Altman Athletic Center, enjoy live and silent auctions benefitting the Bulldogs and receive your event t-shirt.

The “tuition” for Ladies Football 101 is $55 per person. Two can register for $50 each. Bring a group of three or more and register together for $45 each. All registration must be completed here. The registration deadline is Monday, July 27.

*Proceeds this year will go to a new supplemental nutrition program for football players. During spring and summer practice athletes need to consume daily more calories than mess hall meals supply. The Citadel Football Association (CFA) will begin this summer providing additional nutritious snacks and beverages in the weight room to assure that players are receiving the necessary calories for optimal athletic performance. This program is in addition to the nine weekly mess hall meals per player per week during the summer that the CFA funds.

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