TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - The Florida State soccer team wrapped up spring workouts this week and this weekend, the ladies were able to let loose.
The Noles teamed up with FSU's Autism Institute for a clinic that so many will remember.
Saturday, the Noles along with the Autism Institute were "Kickin It for Autism".
The first annual soccer clinic opened the door for athletes and soccer enthusiasts to learn the game and of course kick it around with one another.
This great event was open to players of all ages, 3 to 50 years of age. Over a hundred youngsters showed up, along with many of your favorite Noles; Jonathan Issac, Imani Wright, and Michael Pjo just to mention a few.
It was a great afternoon.
The goal to raise funds for the Autism Institute and Center for Autism and related disabilities.
There were lots of smiles and it's safe to say, everyone had a blast.