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The CCSUA/Assignors annual meeting will be held on January 24, 2021, from 9am to 1pm. This will be an on-line Zoom meeting. You must register in advance for this meeting PLEASE before Thursday, January 21st: Here is the link to register: https://cccconfer.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIrcuyqrjwiGNT_Xdty8kM1AmDxj3EpzWpQ Please register immediately. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Here
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The CCSUA Training Staff has received from Mike Bartling the information for the 2022 Next Level Collegiate Umpire Camp. Here is the link to more information about this camp. https://www.lpl.arizona.edu/~umpire/camp/camp2020.html
This document has the following presentations: Welcome, Mechanics Updates, Primary/Secondary and Game Management. The Assignors presentation has been posted to the Arbiter. The Rules Update presentation is posted separately in this CCSUA Training Information section.
SlowTheGameDown has been training athletes for over 45 years, from George Brett in 1971 to AL East Champions Toronto Blue Jays in 2015 and the World Series Champion San Francisco Giants in 2010, 2012 and 2014. We believe everything you do in your sport begins with what you see. We can help you develop superior eye-mind-body reactions so that your
Overall Design Welcome to our Locker Room website. The website is designed to be easy to navigate so you can find the information you need quickly. Please take a moment to read this article on how to best navigate it and quickly find what you are looking for. The home page is called the Dashboard. The Dashboard page has the
Ordering information for the The Umpire Handbook of Softball Rules Differences.
We will post information on college umpire camps as we receive them 2020 Next Level Collegiate Umpire Camp Here is the link to more information about this camp. https://www.lpl.arizona.edu/~umpire/camp/camp2020.html Pennsbury College Softball Umpires Camp
Analysis of Results – Most Missed Questions (10% + missed) Missed by % of people Ques No. 27.4% 12 A game using the Media Format goes into extra innings. The defense is allowed one defensive conference ONLY during each of their extra half-innings; an additional conference is not allowed for each pitcher entered into the pitching position who has
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John Bennett. Chairperson Education and Training Vince Price. Assistant Education and Training Warren Okinaka. Training Assistant Hawaii CCSUA South Dave Long, Training Logistics and Instructor Tony Cooper, Fall Clinic and Fall Ball Hal Van Ryswyk, Fall Clinic Jim Sanderson, Training Staff Advisor Observers/Instructors: Les Carr Rick Cowan Chris Drumm Paul Edds Anthony Garcia Rick Hausvik Laura Head Kent Jacobsen
It is a requirement for college umpires to study the Rule Book and CCA Manual on a regular basis throughout the year. Have you been doing this? The umpires who keep moving their careers to higher levels do this. And they do not just “read” these important and vital softball reference books, they study and absorb them. Notice that throughout
It is a requirement for college umpires to read the Rule Book and CCA Manual on a regular basis throughout the year. Have you been doing this? The umpires who keep moving their careers to higher levels do this. And they do not just “read” these important and vital softball reference books, they study and absorb them. Notice that throughout this
Training Elements… The CCSUA training program will consist of these major elements: Locker Room web site Monthly postings in the News & Notes section Tests Annual training cycle A program of education in the four major areas of umpiring: Rules, mechanics, game management, and protocols In addition, the CCSUA training program will include these additional items: Training sessions at the
The California Collegiate Softball Umpires Association’s Mentor Program, with the help of the college softball Assignors, teams up experienced umpires (mentors) with newer umpires or selected veterans (mentees) for game assignments for the purpose of training and feedback. This program is vitally important to the CCSUA because our newer umpires need that extra help in their development as a college