Female Colts Fans put their skills to the testINDIANAPOLIS—On Tuesday, December 2nd, some of the Colts biggest fans got the chance to polish their skills. This group of fans consisted of women of all ages, all eager to practice on their team's turf. The Women's 201 Clinic, presented by Reis Nichols, Dairy Management, and Carrabba's Italian Grill, was held at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center. Alumni players Darvell Huffman, Micah Moon, and Geneo Riley, along with current Colts linebacker Jordan Senn and tight end Jacob Tamme led the evening's activities.
After a Carrabba-catered dinner, participants enjoyed a quick Q&A with the evening's instructors. Afterwards, the 200 participants headed out to the field for some stretching and drill work. The ladies participated in five stations: Goal Line Score, Sack the Quarterback, Quarterback Challenge, Obstacle Course, and Defensive Back/Interception Drill. There were multiple drills from the NFL Combine mixed in with the stations, where participants could test their abilities and compare with their favorite Colts players' combine performance. Play It Smart volunteers consisting of members of the George Washington Community High School Football Team were on hand to provide additional instruction. The night concluded with a lively field goal contest, in which two contestants battled to win a 32" TV, courtesy of RCA.
Some participants, like Jennifer Austin of Lafayette, had participated in the Women's 101 classes earlier this year and were eager to test their knowledge and skills. Other guests were looking forward to a night out with friends in a fun and a non-competitive environment. Either way, the ladies left with some great gifts, pictures, autographs, and a lot of fun memories.
For information regarding next year's events, please visit www.colts.com/events or call 317-808-5157 to be added to the special events email list.