John Calipari Women’s Clinic Set For September 28

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The University of Kentucky men’s basketball program announced the date and times for the 2014 Women’s Clinic.

The sixth annual John Calipari Women’s Clinic is scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 28 from 3-6 p.m. ET at the Joe Craft Center on the University of Kentucky’s campus.

 This unique clinic is designed for women with all levels of basketball knowledge and experience and offers an exclusive inside look at the University of Kentucky men’s basketball program.

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Don’t miss the opportunity to become the first in your household to get a look at the 2014-15 Wildcats.

Registration for the Women’s Clinic will be from 1-3 p.m. on Sept. 28 at the Lexington Avenue entrance of the Joe Craft Center (UK ticket office side).

Throughout the designated check-in time, attendees will enjoy refreshments and lunch, plus a self-guided tour of the Joe Craft Center, including team locker room and training facilities.

Men’s basketball staff members will be stationed throughout the facility for demonstrations and questions.

Following check-in, the women’s clinic will include scheduled presentations by staff and players on the inner workings of the program, as well as a Q & A with UK coaches and the 2014-15 Wildcats.

Attendees are encouraged to wear comfortable attire (athletic shoes) and participate in activities and presentations (at own risk).

Parking will be available in the E lot located on the north side of the Joe Craft Center. Attendees MUST park in a legal parking spot in that E lot only (parking in R lots is not permitted).

Please note that this clinic is open to WOMEN ONLY and recruitable age participants (currently in the 7th-12th grades, junior college or prep school) are NOT permitted to register for or attend the clinic, per NCAA rules.

The cost is $100, which includes a T-shirt and lunch.

Women are encouraged to register online as soon as possible due to limited spots available.

Once you have registered, you will receive a confirmation email with itinerary.

You will also receive reminder emails with additional details of the event.

To register online, click here

Any clinic related questions can be called into the men’s basketball camp line at 859-257-9457 or 859-257-1916.

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