Feb. 26, 2009
BERKELEY - The 2009 Cal Football High School Coaches Clinic will be held at the DoubleTree Hotel in Berkeley, April 3-4, head football coach Jeff Tedford announced Thursday. The clinic is now open for registration and serves as a great opportunity for coaches to network with each other as well as to listen and learn from the Golden Bear coaching staff and featured guests.
The first day of the clinic will feature Tedford, along with Defensive Coordinator Bob Gregory, Offensive Coordinator Andy Ludwig with keynote speaker and notable sports sociologist and Professor Emeritus of Sociology at UC Berkeley, Dr. Harry Edwards. Dr. Edwards is widely recognized as the leading authority on race and sports and has been a consultant with the San Francisco 49ers, Golden State Warriors, the NFL, and Major League Baseball.
Other guest speakers include Tony Franks (St. Mary's High School - Stockton), Tony Sanchez (Bishop Gorman - Las Vegas), Jeff Jordan (Butte College), and Thurmond Moore (Orange Lutheran - Orange, CA).
A clinic social will promptly follow in the evening. The rest of the Cal assistant coaching staff along with four featured guest speakers highlight the second day of the clinic. There will also be an opportunity to receive an invite to attend a Cal football team practice at Memorial Stadium.
Registration will take place at the DoulbeTree Hotel in Berkeley, CA, beginning at 4:00 p.m.
The DoubleTree Hotel is located at 200 Marina Blvd. in Berkeley. Mention "Cal Football Clinic" to receive a special discounted rate of $111.85 on a room. Reservations must be made by Mar. 20 to receive the rate. Pre-registration fees are 30 dollars per coach (must be postmarked by Mar. 27). At the door registration is 35 dollars per coach. Staff rates are 25 dollars.