2017 Umpire Registration

Updated Tuesday March 7, 2017 by NASC Softball.

2017 Umpire Registration

Registration for umpires will be taken at in person registrations at the Valleyview Clubhouse location ONLY. See website for registration dates.

Umpire Clinic: April 22 at Valleyview Clubhouse
Mandatory Rules Meeting: May 16, 7pm at Sunnyside Park

Are you interested in becoming an umpire in the NASC Softball organization? If so, we think you’ve made the right call! Be sure to review our entrance requirements and registration policies before you register. Do you still have some questions about our course? Contact the UIC through email nascsoftball@nascsoftball.org to request more information and a return email will be sent out to you.
 

NASC Softball Requirements to be an Umpire:

Age: 13 and older

Prior Experience: None required. All applicants will receive the same comprehensive training and evaluation.

Physical Condition: Applicants must have the physical ability to participate in a program that requires frequent voice projection, stretching, bending, squatting, jogging, sprinting, and standing for periods of up to two hours.

Equipment Needed: Applicants will have to supply their own equipment, comprising of a face mask, chest protector shin guards, counter and ball bag and a jock or jill.

Uniform: Applicants will be required to wear dark blue or black pants with black belt, black shoes, powder blue sport shirt and a black or navy blue hat.

Insurance: Applicants will be required to attend a clinic, on April 22 at Valleyview Clubhouse, at a nominal cost to be paid for by the applicant. This is mandatory for all new applicants. Experienced applicants must either go to a clinic, write the Softball Ontario exam or pay the NASC $50.00 to cover their insurance. Insurance is mandatory and all umpires must have it before taking the field.

What is Expected: Applicants will strive to constantly improve their skills, will be team players and work with their partners. They will show up on time and will bring all of their equipment with them. They are to constantly show professionalism on and off the diamond. They are to learn the rules and to be approachable by coaches and players.




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