Due to Weather and Field Conditions, Today's Men's Soccer Exhibition and Clinic Cancelled
March 27, 2011
NORTHRIDGE, Calif. -
Due to inadequate field conditions and forecasted weather, today's men's soccer exhibition against Loyola Marymount University has been cancelled. The match was scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. with a free youth clinic to be held following, but field conditions have forced the cancellation of both.
Cal State Northridge and the men's soccer program appreciate your understanding and apologize for the late notice of the cancellation.
The exhibition and youth clinic will be rescheduled and the new date will be announced as soon as the information becomes available.
Please read below for the original release detailing the match and clinic posted last week.
Earlier Release Published 3/21/11
The Cal State Northridge men's soccer program will host a free youth clinic at 1:30 p.m. at Matador Soccer Field on Sunday, Mar. 27 following an exhibition with Loyola Marymount University.
The Matadors will face the Lions in a friendly contest beginning at 11 a.m. and tickets for the game are free to the public.
The co-ed clinic will be held after the conclusion of the match on Matador Soccer Field, and is limited to participants ages 10-14. The session is scheduled to last approximately one hour and 15 to one hour and 30 minutes.
The free clinic will be put on by the men's soccer coaching staff and players, and is one of many free clinics that the Matadors will host leading up to the fall season.
Participants must bring a signed waiver, which is linked to at the bottom of this page. Those interested will not be allowed to train if they do not bring a signed waiver.
Players are also required to bring a soccer ball, water, cleats and shin guards. Parents and families are encouraged to stay and watch the clinic, and parking on campus is available for $6 per vehicle in any student lot and is enforced at all times, including weekends.
Future clinic dates are yet to be determined and will be announced with details as they become available.