|Online Registration Deadline is June 11 for 2013 POWERADE NCAA Youth Clinic|
Online registration is open for the POWERADE® NCAA® Youth Clinic to be held on Saturday, June 15, from 8 a.m. to noon Central Time, at the Creighton University Sports Complex in Omaha. The clinic is part of the 2013 NCAA Men’s College World Series® at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha June 15 – 25/26.
The free clinic for girls and boys in grades 3 to 8 is open to the public. Parents or guardians can register their child online at NCAA.com/CWS through Tuesday, June 11.
On-site registration the morning of the event will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration will begin at 7 a.m. All participants will require a waiver, signed by a parent or guardian, to participate.
“The youth clinic is an NCAA community outreach program and will accommodate about 400 children,” said Latrice Sales, assistant director of the NCAA Sport Science Institute and coordinator of the event. “Youth will meet NCAA coaches and student-athletes and learn lasting skills that will positively impact their lives. These include infield and outfield drills, hitting and base running as well as healthy eating and exercise tips. The clinic also features a ‘toolbox tips’ session for parents and guardians.”
Coaches at this year’s clinic include:
The clinic will be at the Creighton University baseball and softball fields and the Kitty Gaughan Pavilion, a 15,000-square-foot indoor complex with batting cages, locker rooms and training facilities. The clinic will take place rain or shine. In the event of inclement weather, the clinic will move to the indoor fields at the Rasmussen Center located on the corner of 17th and Burt Streets next to the soccer field.
About the NCAA®
The NCAA is a membership-led nonprofit association of colleges and universities committed to supporting academic and athletic opportunities for more than 450,000 student-athletes at more than 1,000 member colleges and universities. Each year, more than 54,000 student-athletes compete in NCAA championships in Divisions I, II and III sports. Visit NCAA.org and NCAA.com for more details about the Association, its goals and members and corporate partnerships that help support programs for student-athletes. The NCAA is proud to have the following elite companies as official Corporate Champions – AT&T, Capital One and Coca-Cola – and the following elite companies as official Corporate Partners – Allstate, Buffalo Wild Wings, Buick, Enterprise, Infiniti, LG, Lowe’s, Nabisco, Northwestern Mutual, Reese’s (Hershey’s), Unilever and UPS.
About CWS, Inc.®
College World Series of Omaha, Inc., is the non-profit local organizing committee for the annual NCAA Division I Men's College World Series. Its mission is enlisting wide-based community support from business, government, civic organizations and individuals to implement, promote, operate and host a successful CWS in Omaha in partnership with the NCAA. The 2013 NCAA Men's College World Series will begin with Opening Celebration Day, Friday, June 14. Games will begin Saturday, June 15, and continue through Tuesday/Wednesday, June 25/26. For a complete schedule of all games and times, please visit NCAA.com/CWS.
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2011 NCAA® Division I Baseball Championship
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TD Ameritrade Park Omaha - Omaha, Neb.
About CWS of Omaha, Inc.
College World Series of Omaha, Inc., the local organizing committee, is a non-profit organization formed in 1967. The mission of its all-volunteer board of directors is enlisting community support for the College World Series from business, government, civic organizations and individuals.Learn More »