NEWTON, Mass. -- Do you think you have what it takes to be part of the Mustang Herd?
The one-day spring clinic is open to all high school aged female players interested in an experience of what it would be like as a Mustang student-athlete. The Mustang coaching staff and players will lead the training session, which will include both technical and tactical aspects of the game as well as competitive play.
After the training session, players and their families are welcome to join for lunch to learn more about the Mustang Women's Soccer Program from Coach Brigi Palatino and the Mustang Herd. Additionally, the clinic coincides with Mount Ida College's spring athletic open house so prospective student-athletes have an opportunity to have a guided tour of the campus and attend information sessions to learn more about Mount Ida College and how to become a future Mustang.
This one-day clinic provides prospective future Mustangs an opportunity to compete at a high level, gain exposure to collegiate training, and explore Mustang City with their families.
If you are interested in gaining a true sense of what it would be like to be part of the Mustang Herd, there will be a cap on registration so sign up early to reserve your spot today!
Women's Soccer Clinic Schedule:
9am: Registration and Check-in
9:30-11:30am: Training Session
11:30am-12:30pm: Lunch and Question and Answer Session
12:30pm: Athletic Open House Begins
How to register:
-mail form and payment to:
Mount Ida College Women's Soccer
777 Dedham Street
Newton, MA 02459