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Cal South, LA84 & NSCAA Present Specialty Coaching Clinic at the NCAA College Cup
Dec 12, 2010

Cal South, LA84 & NSCAA Present
A Specialty Coaching Clinic at the NCAA College Cup

December 10, 2010 (Fullerton, CA) - The upcoming specialty coaching clinic being held in conjunction with the NCAA Men's College Cup in Santa Barbara this weekend has sold out.

This specialty coaching clinic is presented by Cal South, the LA84 Foundation and the NSCAA, and will feature clinicians such as former US Men's National head coach Steve Sampson, Adam Smith, and NSCAA Senior National Coaching Academy staff member George Perry. (Full details, schedule, topics and links to clinician bios appear below.)

UC Santa Barbara | December 12


UC Santa Barbara - Rob Turf Field
Santa Barbara CA 93106

Rob Turf Field: Take U.S. Highway 101 to the Los Caneros Road off ramp turn away from mountains and drive south toward the ocean. Turn left onto Mesa Road. Continue on Mesa Road until you reach Ocean Road. Turn right at the traffic light on to Ocean Road. Parking is on the left and the fields are on the right

Date: Sunday, December 12, 2010
Times: 8:30am - 12:30pm

To purchase tickets for the 2010 NCAA Men''s College Cup at Harder Stadium in Santa Barbara, go here:

Clinicians: (click names for bios)

Session Schedule

8:30am - 9:00am Check-in

9:00am - 9:50am Field Session
Topic: The Importance of Flank Play in the Modern Game
Clinician: George Perry | NSCAA Secretary and National Staff Coach

10:00am - 11:00am Field Session
Topic: The Importance of Playing Behind the Opposition's Backline
Clinician: Steve Sampson, former UCLA, U.S. Men's National Team and LA Galaxy coach

11:00am - 11:50am Field Session
Topic: Goalkeeping - Dealing with balls from cross to the near and far post with shot stopping
Clinician: Adam Smith, Goalkeeping Coach for MLS Portland Timbers

About the LA84 Foundation:
The LA84 Foundation was established to manage Southern California's share of the surplus from the highly successful 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles. The Foundation received $93 million at its inception and, since then, has invested $185 million in sports programs serving more than two million youth in the eight Southern California counties of Los Angeles, Imperial, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, Santa Barbara and Ventura. Its headquarters is located in the historic Britt House near downtown Los Angeles where it houses the world's premier sports library and meeting facilities. The Foundation convenes numerous forums for the exploration of the many of the most pressing issues in sport. For additional information, please visit