North Carolina 3-Umpire Clinic

October 20 – 23, 2022

This clinic is designed for experienced umpires who want to work NCAA Division I college conference baseball.

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Innovation in Training

Ready to Take Your Game to the Next Level?

Continuing education is critical to the success of the MAC/UCU training and … any umpire desiring to seek their highest level.

Our clinics are advanced instruction and teaching, with emphasis on developing the individual umpire’s skills, improving muscle memory, and creating a passion for continued learning on how to become the best at this unique craft.

Every year, we are pushing the training curriculum to continually improve and look for the best way to umpire baseball games at the college level. However, we don’t lose sight of the tried-and-true methods umpires need to master. This clinic sets a high bar and gives you the tools to reach it.

Our curriculum continually evolves to enhance the skills of umpires. We concentrate on developing accuracy and calibrating strike zones with video analysis. We dissect and diagnose plays’ starting positions and final positions, including preparing for secondary and potential plays.

Our clinic instructor staff is comprised of some of the top Collegiate Umpires and current Professional Umpires, led by CAA Umpire Coordinator John Porter.

Lodging/Travel Arrangements

Umpires are responsible for their own lodging, transportation, and meals. The clinic will take place in and around the Elon, North Carolina area.

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Join Us | October 21-23

Clinic tuition is $395 … your tuition includes all classes, on-field instruction, and live evaluation games.

Clinic Program Schedule

  • October 20 – Virtual Classroom (6 pm)
  • October 21 – On-Field Drills & Live Game Evaluations
    (On-Field Drills begin at 9 am)
  • October 22 – On-Field Sessions & Live Game Evaluations
  • October 23 – Evaluation Games

Clinic concludes after evaluation games on Sunday, October 23 at approximately 4:00 pm.

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