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ASU football to host 2nd annual women’s clinic at Sun Devil Stadium

A detail view of the a pylon sitting on the field at Sun Devil Stadium during the game between Northern Arizona and Arizona State on September 3, 2016 in Tempe, Arizona. The Sun Devils won 44-13. (Photo by Jennifer Stewart/Getty Images)

The Arizona State Sun Devils announced they’ll be hosting a women’s football clinic for the second year in a row later this month.

On Thursday, Feb. 27, from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., the Sun Devil Women’s Clinic will take place at Sun Devil Stadium in the student athlete facility on the north side, also known as the Butterfield Kent Furst Building. Specifically, the event will be hosted by Herm Edwards, his wife Lia, Buffie Anderson, whose husband is athletic director Ray Anderson, and the Sun Devil football staff, according to a release from the school.

ASU also put on this event in 2019 as “an opportunity to learn more about the game of football and get insight into the Sun Devils program.”

Here’s a look at the event’s last iteration:

The evening will begin with food and drinks, plus a photo station with Sparky the Sun Devil mascot. Members of the coaching staff will host panel discussions, and participants also get a behind-the-scenes look at the student-athlete facility. That will all be followed by a run through the Tillman Tunnel onto the field for football drills.

Registration includes heavy appetizers, a t-shirt, football guide and special gifts.

The event costs $50 to the general public, or $40 for ASU faculty and staff. You can register here.


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