Battle for the Belts
Charlie Strong’s Women’s Clinic
Saturday, July 30 at DKR
The 2016 Charlie Strong Women’s Clinic Presented by St. David’s HealthCare is Saturday, July 30th. Registration will begin at 8:00am with the clinic beginning at 9:00am. The day will begin with football drills in DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium and conclude with presentations and Q & A. Join us for a unique experience and taste of what it takes to be a Texas Longhorn! The cost of the clinic is $60 and includes a light lunch, Nike shirt, bag and so much more! Athletic attire and tennis shoes are required to participate in drills. All drills are optional. There will be seating accommodations for those wishing to watch and cooling areas for everyone. This is truly a unique opportunity for all Longhorn women to spend a day with Charlie Strong and his staff!
Date: Saturday, July 30, 2016
Time: 8:00-9:00am Registration; 9:00am Clinic Begins (Clinic will end at approximately 1:00pm*)
Attire: Athletic gear. Tennis shoes are required to participate in drills. Keep in mind that part of the clinic is on the football field so it will be warm.
Meal: A light lunch will be provided following the drill portion of the clinic.
Parking: Parking is available in Manor Garage (MAG) at 2017 Robert Dedman Dr.
*Ending time is subject to change
For more info or to register online: CharlieStrongTexasFootballCamp.com
Team USA wins Gold Medal at FIBA Americas U18
Coach Shaka Smart leads USA to 5-0 mark
University of Texas freshman Jarrett Allen posted 10 points and eight rebounds to lead Team USA (5-0) to a 99-84 victory against Canada (4-1) in the Gold Medal game of the 2016 FIBA Americas U18 Championship on Saturday evening. With the victory, the Americans captured their eighth gold medal all-time in the tourney, having previously won the championship in 1990, 1994, 1998, 2006, 2010, 2012 and 2014. Texas coach Shaka Smart served as head coach for the USA team.
“It was a great experience,” Smart said. “We had a terrific group of guys to be around. They were a lot of fun. It’s hard because you can only put five guys on the floor at one time, and we had 12 really talented guys. The guys’ attitudes were great on the whole trip. They made it about winning the gold medal, and that is what we were able to do.”
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LSU kicker Trent Domingue transfers to Texas
2015 Lou Groza Award semifinalist eligible to play this year
Former LSU placekicker and 2015 Lou Groza Award (nation’s top kicker) semifinalist Trent Domingue (doh-MAIN) has signed a financial aid agreement to join the Texas football program as a graduate transfer, Longhorns head coach Charlie Strong confirmed on Sunday.
A former walk-on with the Tigers, Domingue handled a majority of the kickoff duties in 2014 with 51 attempts for an average of 62.2 yards per kick and 28 touchbacks. Once becoming the placekicker for 2015, he split those duties and kicked off 32 times for an average of 58.4 ypk with seven touchbacks.
Fake field goal for TD vs Florida last year