- IMAGE: <p>Participants in the Women’s Football Clinic take to the field at Dix Stadium through a cloud of smoke just like the Kent State Golden Flashes football team as head football coach Darrell Hazell watches.<br /> </p>
- IMAGE: <p class="MsoNormal">Two women participating in the Women’s Football Clinic show off the T-shirts they received as part of the program.</p> <br /> <br />
- IMAGE: <p>Kent State Golden Flashes assistant coach Brian Rock shows the proper way to hold a football to get the right spin out of it when throwing.</p>
- IMAGE: <p>Clifton Ragin Jr., head equipment manager for Kent State Golden Flashes football team, shows the proper way to wear shoulder pads during the Women’s Football Clinic.<br /> </p>
- IMAGE: <p>Kent State head football coach Darrell Hazell teaches ladies how to hit a tackling dummy during the Women’s Football Clinic held at Dix Stadium.</p>
- IMAGE: <p>One of the participants in the Women’s Football Clinic takes a break in between sessions.</p>
- IMAGE: <p>Assistant coaches for the Kent State Golden Flashes drill one of the women on making calls before a play.</p>
Kent State University head football coach Darrell Hazell and the university’s football coaching staff hosted an “A” Ladies Must Get “A’s” women’s football clinic June 29 at Dix Stadium and the Kent State Field House. Kent State coaches shared inside knowledge, giving women the opportunity to participate in drills on offense, defense and special teams.
Admission was $25 and included dinner, a Kent State T-shirt, a football playbook and door prizes. A portion of registrations will go to support two charitable causes, children with cancer as well as the Heroes’ Day ticket fund to honor and recognize all local and military heroes at the Sept. 10 home football game.
View the video of this year's event.
For more information on Kent State Athletics, visit www.kentstatesports.com.