GFLA is proud to announce the 2020 Winter Girls Goalie Clinic with Gary Morgan. The clinic will take place at Nike 4 on the following Saturdays: Dec 5, Dec 12, Dec 19, Jan 2
Girls Grades 4-8 will run 9am-10:15am
Girls Grades 9-12 will run 10:30am-11:45am
Girls from outside of the GFLA program are welcome to attend and may register through our website.
Gary Morgan Goalie Clinic
GFLA is partnering with one of the leading goalie trainers in the DMV, Gary Morgan, to provide the necessary training to this very unique and demanding positions for all Great Falls and other DMV goalies.
Gary has trained over 400 goalies throughout the DMV. Many have been recruited by schools such as Harvard, UVA, Johns Hopkins, Virginia Tech, Denver,3x, Florida, GW, Wesleyan, Hamilton, Chicago, etc. Many of them have earned All-American and All-Met recognition. In addition to local goalie trainers, Gary will be assisted by many goalies from some of the leading college programs, such as Harvard, UVa, John's Hopkins, Virginia Tech, Denver, etc. As a bonus for the more experienced goalies, Gary has arranged for college players from schools such as Loyola, Notre Dame, Cornell, Harvard to assist shooting on the goalies to experience college level shooting.
The essence of these clinics is not just to teach the "How to" about goalie play but explain the "Why's." All the basics will be reviewed, building into advanced methodologies to the more experienced goalies.
The ratio of goalies to our trainers will be purposely kept low to maximize learning process.
13. Recreational Sports Indoor and outdoor recreational sports activities are permitted, provided participants and organizers of recreational sports activities comply with the following requirements: a. The total number of spectators cannot exceed the lesser of 30% of the occupancy load of the certificate of occupancy for the venue, if applicable, or 25 spectators per field. Races or marathons may have up to 250 participants, provided staggered starts separate runners into groups of 25 or less. b. Conduct screening of coaches, officials, staff, and players for COVID-19 symptoms prior to admission to the venue/facility. For more information on how to reduce the risk of COVID-19 exposure and spread associated with indoor and outdoor recreational sports activities, consult the Virginia Department of Health’s “Considerations for Recreational Sports” webpage, which can be found here https://www.vdh.virginia.gov/coronavirus/schools-workplaces-community-locations/sports/