For the third consecutive year, the Ohio State football program put on a successful women's camp.
When Urban Meyer came to Columbus in 2011, one of his signature touches for the football offseason was to run a one day camp catered to female Ohio State fans and intended to make the program more accessible to women. That event, the Ohio State Football Women's Clinic, is now in its third year after successful ventures in 2012 and 2013 raised oodles of money for the Stefanie Spielman Fund for Breast Cancer Research.
On Saturday morning, 800 ladies came to the Woody Hayes Athletic Facility to take part in the 2014 clinic. They got to try some neat things along the way, including but not limited to: candid photos with coaches and players, running back drills, mass demonstration of defensive technique, and a shoe toss. By the looks of it, attendees had a blast.
Great day at Women's Clinic today! The ladies put in some work! Go Bucks! http://t.co/t10M1gxfHg— Urban Meyer (@OSUCoachMeyer) June 7, 2014
Something tells me the women's clinic is going to become a permanent summer fixture.
Shout out to the Best Damn Women in the Land. The Buckeye Women fans that attended the clinic. You are the Best.— Stan Drayton (@OSUcoachDrayton) June 7, 2014