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Girls Football Clinic

Got Her Back & the Washington Prodigy at Norfolk State University

Got Her Back & the Washington Prodigy teamed up at Virginia’s Norfolk State University
to host the first Got Her Back Girls Football Clinic on March 4th, 2023. Women's National Football Conference All-Pro and Team USA Gold Medalist Quineshia "Hollywood" Leonard and the rest of the stars of the Washington Prodigy Women's Tackle Football Team coached the next generation of female football players in this inaugural event. 

During Got Her Back clinics, current and aspiring flag and tackle football athletes have the opportunity to learn from the top football players in the world in athletes and coaches of the Women’s National Football Conference. Girls elevate their game through combine drills, skills training and competitions. Clinics also include breakout sessions to connect, empower and inspire. Got Her Back Football Clinics are open to girls ages 6-18 and are free for the community.

Thank you to our inaugural Girls Football Clinic event sponsors!

Subs Sandwiches & More: Lunch Sponsor


Meghan Antinarelli: Head Athletic Trainer NSU


Christina Ruffin: NSU Assistant Athletic Director/Academic & Student Services


DJ Big Row


Latreece Arthur: JT’s Party Rental


Dray Washington: Dray’s Digifoto


Sheryl Riddick: DJ Sponsor, Bent Not Broken


Veronique Pope: Awards Sponsor, Prodigy

Quineshia "Hollywood" Leonard:
WNFC All-Pro &
Team USA Gold Medalist
I strive daily to be the person I needed when I was younger and being able to help bring something like this to the Hampton Roads area is truly a blessing.
I’ve been able to meet a number of girls that love playing football, but many of them don’t feel confident about playing competitively with the boys. GHB camps allow them the opportunity to explore their talents in football while building relationships with other girls who share their passion.
It’s important for the camps to be coached by women because the girls can see women do exactly what the world tells us that we can’t. And that’s play football.
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