PreSeason in Carolina
Our instructional staff is comprised of current and former Triple-A professional umpires, current and former NCAA postseason umpires, and leaders in the umpiring community.
Upon acceptance of your registration, class schedule and any other camp information (when confirmed) is sent by email. Schedules are subject to change.
Currently, the camp begins on Thursday, February 6 at approximately 4:00 pm. The camp concludes on Sunday, February 9 at approximately 4:00 pm or after the last live game assignment.
February 6 – February 9 | Only 35 Spots Available
This 4-day camp is an advanced umpire training for non-professional umpires. This upper-level camp is designed for teaching and enhancing the skills required for NCAA conference level games.
Program of Instruction
Umpiring curriculum includes comprehensive classroom discussion of mechanics and techniques, NCAA Rules and CCA Mechanics, The Strike Zone, Handling Situations, Communication, Philosophy of Plate and Base Work, and Field Work and Drills.
Students develop advanced thinking methods and methodologies for recognition of play development with a specialized focus on non-routine and unexpected variations.
This innovative instruction prepares umpires to work three-man mechanics at the highest level of NCAA baseball. Students will be taught the learning techniques to become leaders and crew chiefs in their local associations and how to elevate their game at all levels of organized baseball. This intense and professional approach to instruction of advanced three-man umpire mechanics is augmented with live game assignments with evaluations of on-field performance.
Space is Limited, Must Be Approved!
This camp is limited, only 35 spots are available. All registrations are subject to approval.
The approval process is not immediate, your registration is reviewed by camp organizers and assignors. If your registration is approved, you are notified by email with any pertinent information not already published – as well where and when to send your tuition payment.
Approvals will occur after January 3.
Our staff is comprised of some of the top Collegiate Umpires, as well as MEAC and CAA Umpire Coordinator John Porter and United Collegiate Umpires’ President and Division I Coordinator, Chris Marshall. Our instructors are dedicated and committed to sharing the skills and techniques making them successful at the highest levels of the game.
Camp tuition is $395. If your registration is approved, information on where and how to submit payment is sent by email. Do not send payment until registration is approved.
Location & Travel Arrangments
This camp is in Central North Carolina. Camp facilities and evaluation game locations are to be determined. Umpires are responsible for their own lodging, transportation, and meals, however, discounted lodging will be available for purchase. If your registration is approved, information on hotel accommodations/special rates will be provided.
Register by January 29
Registration closes on January 29 or when the capacity for this innovative camp is filled.
This umpire development opportunity is a joint training program by Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Umpires and United Collegiate Umpires.