320 women attended the annual Women's Football Clinic Thursday evening at Texas Tech. Head coach Kliff Kingsbury was the star of the event, with select players and the coaching staff assisting during the clinic.

The clinic covered football basics, terminology and drills on the practice field. The campers also had a Q&A session with Kingsbury and his assistant coaches.

The practice field drills had many elements of a normal practice.  The women were divided up into multiple groups and they rotated to different stations. Some stations focused on offensive skills, including passing, catching and running with the ball.  There were also defensive stations and a special teams station of kicking field goals.

According to Texas Tech, this year's Women's Football Clinic raised $16,000 for the Jennie Bailey Fund.

Texas Tech Football starts fall camp in nine days.  Their season opener is August 30 at SMU in a game televised on ESPN.

Here are some photos from the Women's Football Clinic: