MITCA NEWS & REMINDERS

Learn-By-Doing Student Sessions

MITCA is pleased to announce that we will again be holding Learn-By-Doing Student sessions, in conjunction with our 2015 Track & Field clinic. The student clinic will begin at 12:00PM on Saturday, February 7th. The cost is $15 (pre-registered) or $20 (walk-ins). Student-athletes must print out and bring their signed release forms = CLICK HERE Register by filling out the … Continue reading

Earn College Credits at MITCA T&F Clinic

MITCA is once again pleased to offer those coaches that attend the annual Cross Country Clinic the opportunity to earn college credit for those efforts.  Interested coaches can earn 1 or 2 graduate credits by completing the necessary requirements and submitting materials to our ‘sister-contact’ in South Dakota after the clinic by March 1.  Program details are below.   NOTE – Sign … Continue reading

Membership Survey Results

As most of you know, the MITCA Executive Board & Committees utilized two surveys in the final three months of 2014 to help us strategically plan our efforts for the future.  Our first survey garnered 441 responses and identified the most pressing topics within our organization.  The second survey garnered 406 responses and accumulated our membership’s opinion for each of … Continue reading

Former MITCA President Carl W. Krieger Died.

Carl was MITCA’s 6th President, serving in 1964.  He was the longtime coach at Flint Central High.  The following is taken from the memorial message. KRIEGER, Carl W. “CK” – Of Lake Fenton, age 80, born August 5, 1934 in Chicago, passed away at Genesys Regional Medical Center on Friday, December 26, 2014, with his beloved family at his side. A … Continue reading

Kermit Ambrose 101 Club

As a MITCA member, I’m not sure you are aware of the legacy that Kermit Ambrose left on our organization and the running community. Kermit was the founding father of MITCA, President, Secretary, News Letter Editor and President Emeritus. Kermit passed away four year ago after a glorious 101 years. MITCA would not be the fine organization it is today if not … Continue reading