Cal State Northridge women's volleyball staged its first free Youth Volleyball Clinic last Saturday prior to the Matadors' match against Cal State Fullerton.
More than 20 girls and boys between the ages of 6 and 12 attended the clinic which featured Matador coaches Jeff Stork, Susie Terrua and Alicia Robinson. CSUN players Cindy Ortiz, Mariah Counts, Kelcie Randazzo, Sam Kaul and Casey Hinger also assisted as the young players were led through several drills and a serving contest.
"Our program likes to get involved in the community and we were happy to put on the Youth Clinic last Saturday," said head coach Jeff Stork. "It's a a good way for us to give back to the community. Our hope is that these young players, along with their parents, thought it was a worth their while and by word of mouth invite other kids to the next two clinics."
Many of the players and their parents were then treated to the Matadors' first home win of the season as CSUN swept Cal State Fullerton 32-30, 25-21, 25-18.
Northridge will follow up with two more youth clinics prior to the Matadors' Oct. 22 match against UC Riverside and the Nov. 5 match against Pacific.
For more information or to register for upcoming clinics contact Alicia Robinson at 818-677-7784 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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