MANHATTAN, Kan. – The Kansas State football program will host an
advanced version of its popular clinic for women entitled Football 201
on Saturday, August 18, from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the Vanier
Football Complex at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
Football 201 is an opportunity for graduates of K-State’s Football 101
course to expand their knowledge of college football and build on the
fundamentals taught in Football 101 (completion of Football 101 is a
prerequisite for enrolling in Football 201).
The clinic will include up-close access to K-State’s practices plus an
in-depth series of lectures by head coach Ron Prince, defensive
coordinator Tim Tibesar, offensive coordinator James Franklin and
director of recruiting operations Jay Kaiser.
The registration fee to attend Football 201 is $60 and includes a
souvenir bag with an exclusive gift, a certification of completion, a
Football 201 team photo, and a reception to wrap up the clinic.
To register for Football 201, please visit the football page on Kansas
State’s official athletics website, www.k-statesports.com. On the
football page, select Clinics from the left menu then click on the
Football 201 information and registration button. Registrations for
the event will only be processed online.
K-State’s fall 2006 and spring 2007 Football 101 for Women clinics were
both smash hits and sold out well before the registration deadlines. As
a result, coach Prince and his staff are encouraging those interested
in attending Football 201 to register as soon as possible in order to
reserve their spot in what is anticipated to be another exciting day of
football and fun.
For questions or more information on Football 201 for Women, please
contact John Colbert in the K-State football office at 785-395-2675 or