The Mustang Sports Club's mission is to create athletic opportunities for boys and girls at a young age where they can learn essential skills and life lessons in ways that are consistent with best practices in youth athletics.
The Mustang Sports Club is an independent organization directed by a board of mostly parent volunteers, and is composed of Colorado Academy students, as well as friends and peers from the community. The MSC operates under its own Colorado nonprofit corporation.
The Mustang Sports Club (MSC) is hiring a new Program Director starting August 2015.
The objective of this position is to provide day-to-day oversight and administration for MSC.Tasks will be varied and include but are not limited to administering general member communications, program registration, website maintenance, apparel, marketing, team planning and club events.This is a guideline of responsibilities that MSC expects its Program Director to meet.
If you are interested in applying please contact Kimberly Slotnik at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Please do not arrive at the fields before 5:30, as the CA high school boys’ team practice on Simms fields and there are balls flying everywhere. In addition, CA plays games on the fields in the afternoons. You may arrive at 5:30 and get geared up on the sidelines but you may not start practice until your coaches arrive and the fields are empty.
Practice schedule is as follows for each team:
U8/9 Girls Pav
Monday 5:45-7 Wright Field
Wednesday 3:45-5 Simms Field
U8 Boys Mainwaring
Tuesdays 5:45-7 Simms Field
Thursdays 5:45-7 Simms Field
U9 Boys Bowen
Tuesday and Thursday 5:45-7 Simms Field
U10 Girls Rockmore and Stephenson
Wednesday 5:45-7 Wright Field
Sunday 2:30-4 Simms Field
U11 Girls Rakowski
Tuesday 5:45-7 Wright Field
Sunday 4:00 -6 Simms Field
U12 Boys Rosenblatt
Tuesday, Thursday and Fridays 5:45-7
5:45-7 Simms Field
U12 Boys Stratman
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 5:45-7 Simms Field
U13 Boys Pratt
Monday and Friday 5:45-7
Third day still being decided either Tuesday or Wednesday
Weather and Aftercare Logistics for 2015 MSC Spring Lacrosse
Weather Related Issues and Practice Cancelations:
During the months of March and April we will likely experience field closures and practice cancelations due to weather. This has always been a tough challenge as we have kids from all over the metro area trying to get to practice and CA students that normally stay after school for practice need to make other arrangements for his/her ride home if practices are canceled. If the fields are closed and practice is cancelled, the MSC will send out an email and/or text to all MSC parents, players and coaches by 2:00 P.M. The ONLY EXCEPTION is if Middle School coaches can arrange practice at an alternate location (i.e. an indoor gym or parking lot), the alternate plan will be sent out by 2:00 P.M. to your team.
PLEASE take a moment to look at your profile on the MSC website, www.mustangsportsclub.org. Once you are on the website, select “Edit my Account” from the home page. Use your email and password to log in, then select the member’s name whose information you are updating. This profile will allow you to select the type of communication (text and/or email) you would like to receive from the MSC.
Lightning: We follow the US Lacrosse Lightning policy which you can review under the Coaches Corner of the website. Please be familiar with this and the associated procedures and know where you will take the players in case of lightning.
CA’s Aftercare Program:
Once again CA parents and students have the option to use the aftercare program for the period between the end of school and start of practice. Attendees will be supervised by aftercare professionals; can get their homework done and once all school work is completed can spend time outdoors sharpening their stick skills with other players.
If you would like to have your player(s) go to the after care
program please contact Carol Rosberg as soon as possible so she can get appropriate staff. Carol can be contacted at
If your player is NOT going to aftercare, please be sure an adult is responsible for your child after school.