Football Announces 2010 Clinics and Camps Schedule
Marshall Football Offers Something for Everyone in 2010
March 10, 2010
HUNTINGTON - The Marshall University Football Coaching Staff will conduct several football camps and clinics at Joan C. Edwards Stadium and a fantasy golf and social event in Hurricane this summer.
First-year head coach Doc Holliday and his staff will conduct the following camps and clinics:
The Marshall Football Women's Clinic is scheduled for Friday, April 9. This clinic includes an all-access pass to Marshall's football practice, on-field instruction from the coaching staff, an instructional breakout session for offense, defense, special teams and strength and conditioning, a football equipment presentational and a behind the scenes tour of all of Marshall football's facilities from the locker room to meeting rooms. Cost is $20 and is open to women only. Practice begins at 3 p.m. with registration set for 5 p.m.
College Football Hall of Fame head coach Earle Bruce will headline Marshall's "All Ball" Coaches Clinic on April 16. Along with input from Holliday's coaching staff, Bruce will speak with high school coaches and attend an April 17 Thundering Herd football practice. Bruce, a former Ohio State head coach posted a record of 82-12-3 as a high school head coach and will speak on "how to build a championship high school program." Registration is set for 12:30 p.m. and the cost is $15.
Marshall will conduct its one day camps on June 5 and 12. These sessions feature one-full day of instruction, practice, competition and development toward geared toward all ages in grades one through 12. Cost is $60.
The Thundering Herd's Elite Senior Camp is scheduled for June 6. This one-day camp features collegiate-level player development that combines high intensity training, instruction and college-level competition for high-profile rising high school seniors. Cost is $60.
Marshall's Elite 7-on-7 is set for June 16. This seven-on-seven tournament is designed to provide elite competition for enhancing team development. Cost is $30.
Marshall's Two-Day Team Workshops are scheduled for June 17-18. These workshops are designed to maximize development for schools utilizing overall instruction, practice regimen and film sessions. Cost is $90.
The Doc Holliday Fantasy Golf and Social is scheduled for June 15. Cost is $500 a person, and the event includes dinner, drinks, live music at Holliday's Farm immediately after the golf event at Sleepy Hollow Golf Club in Hurricane, W.Va. Vans will be available for attendees following the event.
For more information on Marshall's 2010 football camps contact Sean Cronin at email@example.com.