NATIONAL GIRLS AND WOMEN IN SPORTS DAY
3rd Annual Free Clinic at Lewis & Clark
Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018 | 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
The Lewis & Clark Pioneers are hosting their 3rd Annual Free Clinic for girls ages 7-12 to help celebrate the 32nd National Girls and Women in Sports Day. The clinic will be held at the Pamplin Sports Center on the Lewis & Clark College campus on Sunday, Feb. 4 with registration beginning at 10:30 a.m.
Participants will interact with Pioneers student-athletes and coaches and learn new skills in tennis, soccer, volleyball, track and field and basketball.
The Lewis & Clark Pioneers own 42 conference championships in women's sports, including the 2016 Northwest Conference title in women's tennis.
National Girls and Women in Sports Day began in 1987 as a single event in Washington, D.C., to honor Olympic volleyball star Flo Hyman. Since then, the day has grown into a nationwide celebration across all 50 states. The day can always be attributed back to the work Hyman did as an athlete and for her work to assure equality for women's sports.
Seeking stories about Lewis & Clark women in sports
Lewis & Clark Athletics wants to hear your memorable moments about student-athletes who competed in women's sports for the Pioneers. Whether you know a woman who deserves to be in the Lewis & Clark Hall of Fame, or a former student-athlete who was a true ChamPIOn - in the classroom, in competition, in character and/or in the community - please share your stories with us.
How you can share your story:
Call 503-768-7067 and leave a voice message
Mail your story to:Lewis & Clark Athletics - Women in Sports
Attn: Athletic Communications
0615 SW Palatine Hill Road, MSC 17
Portland, Oregon 97219