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.
MSC is pleased to once again offer youth yoga for this winter. In an active, fun atmosphere, kids will be introduced to the essence of yoga. Yoga builds athleticism through strength, flexibility, and balance, while giving kids the tools to learn to let go of tension. Class theming will tie into Colorado Academy's cultural values - such as mindfulness, courage, grit, compassion, and gratitude. Come join us to improve the health of your mind and body and have fun!
Yoga will be offered for 5 weeks on the following Thursdays:
January 8, 15, 22, 29 and February 5th, 2015
Class in Ensemble Room A
Grades 3rd-5th from 3:45-4:30
Minimum of 10 Maximum of 16
Instructor: Ming Hall, Certified Yoga Instructor and CA parent
Fees for this program are $75. There will be no pro-rating of fees.
Please have your child bring a yoga mat and water bottle.
Scholarships based on need available. Please contact Program Director, Kimberly Slotnik at
for more information.
Core Power Yoga – Denver, CO
July 2008 to Present, Certified Yoga Instructor
Experienced teaching Hot, Hot Power Fusion, beginner, intermediate and advanced power flow formats at Broadway, Colorado Boulevard, Cherry Hills and Littleton CPY studios. Also, taught children’s yoga bi-weekly for 8 week summer session 2011 at Cherry Hills CPY Studio and MSC Youth Yoga for winter session 2014. Currently teaching 6 scheduled classes weekly- 3 Power Vinyasa Flow, 3 Hot Power Fusion style.
Core Power Yoga Teacher Training (TT) Programs Completed:
· July 2008 Hot Yoga TT Intensive
· May 2009 Hot Power Fusion TT 6 weeks
· July 2010 Power TT Intensive
· Dec 2010 Level 2 Power TT
· Feb 2013 Power TT 8 week Program Shadow and April 2013 Power TT Intensive Program Coach (to train new instructors)
· October 2013 Restorative Yoga TT Workshop
Baptiste Power Vinyasa Yoga 4-day Immersion Sept 2014
The Mustang Sports Club’s (MSC) primary mission is to create opportunities for boys and girls to participate in team sports and athletic programs where they can learn essential skills and life lessons in ways that are consistent with best practices in youth athletics.
MSC's spring lacrosse programs are for both boys and girls from 1st -8th grade and are open to any youth interested in playing lacrosse.
Our programs are NOT restricted to Colorado Academy students, so please tell your friends from other schools.
Our current lineup for Spring Programs will include:
Mini Mustangs Lacrosse - This is a non-competitive environment where girls and boys develop friendships, learn basic skill sets (throwing, catching, cradling and shooting), gain confidence and have fun!! Once a week, players will meet for an hour-long session. There is no emphasis on competition in our developmental clinics.
This clinic is appropriate for boys and girls who want to learn the game without league play. The clinic will be held at Colorado Academy location to be determined.
Boys in kindergarten - 2nd grade
Girls in 1st – 2nd grade
Boys Team Registration and league information
U8 and U9 teams are appropriate for 2nd and 3rd grade players that are new to the sport or experienced. Practice will be 1-2 days per week in addition to games on Saturday and a few on Sundays
U10 and U11 teams are appropriate for 4th and 5th grade players that are new to the sport or experienced. Practice will be 1-2 days per week in addition to games on Saturday and a few on Sundays
U12 teams are appropriate for 6th grade players that are new to the sport (blue) or experienced. We will field a red (invite only) and white team. If we have enough interest we will field a blue team as well. Practice will be 2-3 days per week in addition to games on Saturday and a few on Sundays
U13 and U15 will field red and white teams where appropriate once evaluations have been completed. Practice will be 3 days per week in addition to games on Saturdays and a few Sundays.
All practices will be held at Colorado Academy unless otherwise stated. Some coaches may practice at other fields, these are yet to be determined.
All practices for Competitive teams (U8-U15) will be from 5:45-7 at Simms Field.
The season is from March to the end of May culminating with the CYLA Championships May 30th and 31st. CYLA has extended the season by two weeks and will have 10-11 games for the season including the Championship weekend.
Born on or after
Girls’ Team Registration and league information
U9 teams are appropriate for 2nd and 3rd grade players that are new to the sport or experienced. Practice will be 1-2 days per week in addition to games on Saturday and a few on Sundays
U10 – U12 teams practice 1-2 days per week in addition to games on Saturday and a few on Sundays.
U13 –U15 Girl’s teams will field either silver or gold team. Practices will be 2-3 days per week. Games will be on Saturdays with a few Sunday games.
All practices will be at Colorado Academy unless otherwise stated. Some coaches may practice at other fields, these are yet to be determined.
All practices for Competitive teams (U8-U15) will be from 5:45-7 at Simms Field or Wright Field. Some coaches may alter practice times, this will be determined at a later date.
The season is from March to the middle of May culminating with the CGLA Championships May 15th-17thth.
Girls Age-Based Playing Divisions
U115th109/1/2003No checkingFull field
U104th 99/1/2004No checkingModified field
U93rd89/2/2005No checkingModified field
Colorado Academy Students:
Please note that the MSC spring lacrosse is separate from the CA 7th and 8th grade teams. Our program is a club team, which offers students an additional opportunity to play lacrosse against other club teams outside of school. Colorado Academy students are required to participate in a CA sport. Involvement in the MSC does not preclude this requirement, and credit for a CA sports teams cannot be fulfilled by participating in the MSC. We are fully supportive of the CA 7th and 8th grade teams, and hope students passionate about lacrosse will choose to participate in both programs. The MSC practice times and games do not interfere with the CA program.
Click on the “orange/yellow” tab on the right side of our home page
Select Lacrosse from the drop down menu
Scroll down till you see your registration
Click the Green Register
If you have any questions about registration please feel free to contact me. I am looking forward to an amazing Spring Lacrosse season and remember I am here to help you in any way I can. Please know my "email" door is open for questions and to help guide you through the Spring Lacrosse Season and registration process.
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.