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Youth Experience '14

The Lobo football team is starting to prepare for the 2014 season, and all you kids who are Lobo fans have a chance to see how the team already is getting ready for the fall.

Head Coach Bob Davie and the University of New Mexico are hosting the 2014 Lobo Football Youth Experience on April 12 on Branch Field at University Stadium. It is for kids in kindergarten through eighth grade.

The Youth Experience will take place from noon-2 p.m. Admission is free.

The Youth Experience includes a tour of the UNM football team's facilities, on-field drills with Lobo coaches and student-athletes and a chance to watch the Lobos practice.

Please have the participants registered by April 10.

Be sure to wear athletic clothing and sunscreen. Check in at the southwest corner of University Stadium before noon.

Come and watch an early Lobo football training session as they get ready for the 2014 season.

Required Fields in Bold


Youth First Name
 
Youth Last Name
 
Grade
 
 
Parent First Name
 
Parent Last Name
 
Email Address
 
Phone Number
 
I, parent/guardian of the child listed above, give the University of New Mexico Athletic Department permission to photograph my child.
 
I agree with the statement above
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