Sept. 16, 2012
RENO, Nev. -
The University of Nevada soccer team coaching staff will host a clinic prior to its match against the University of California on Sept. 23.
Coaches will get an insider's view of the Nevada soccer program and improve their overall skills by watching a match and analyzing both team's style of play, tendencies, key players, set pieces, strengths, weaknesses, and future training session topics.
Participants are welcome to join Dr. Melissa Price and her staff as they provide their training plan leading up to the game by discussing the pre-game team meeting notes, starting line-up, and keys to success for the match. The Nevada coaching staff will share halftime adjustments and discuss post game thoughts regarding what they did well and how to improve for the next competition. Dr. Price's staff will also provide participants training session handouts to guide coaches thoughts during the game and insight into the season as a whole.
This free match analysis clinic is limited to the first 50 coaches who register by September 17th.
To register, send your name (first & last), email address, and phone number in an email to University of Nevada assistant soccer coach, Lauren McAdam (firstname.lastname@example.org). Put "match analysis" in the subject line of the email. For questions, contact Lauren via email or phone (775) 682-6926.
Schedule of Events:
Sunday, September 23, 2012
11:00am Check-in at Legacy Hall - AT&T Auditorium, University of Nevada
11:15am - 12:00pm Pregame meeting discussion (training for the week, starting line-up, keys to success in match, what to look for during the match)
12:15 - 1:00pm Watch teams warm-up, prepare to breakdown the game
1:00 - 2:30pm Nevada vs. Cal (Mackay Stadium)
Breakdown the match - handout provided to guide you
Discuss Halftime adjustments
3:00 - 4:00pm Wrap-up meeting (AT&T Auditorium) - Meet with our staff to discuss the match based on guidelines provided; discuss what you saw and adjustments we made during the match; provide you with our initial thoughts for the week ahead and how this match fits into our big picture of the season, as well as potential training sessions to cover these needed areas of improvement.