Northern Virginia

Advanced 2-Man Umpire Clinic


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 clinic begins on September 27 at approximately 6:00 pm. The clinic concludes on Sunday, September 29 at approximately 4:00 pm or after the last live game assignment.

Sept 27 – Sept 29 | Fairfax/Loudoun County Area

This is MAC’s annual advanced 2-man clinic. This advanced clinic is designed for teaching and enhancing the skills required to advance an umpire’s career in high-school and lower-lever college games using the 2-man umpire system.

Clinic Overview

This clinic is perfect for umpires looking to master 2-man mechanics or if you are just learning the system.  After this weekend you will raise your own bar as an umpire. This clinic is a must to learn the nuances to get your game to the next level. MAC offers innovative instruction. We believe in an intense and professional approach to umpire development with an emphasis on plate and base work augmented by live game evaluation and on-field drills and instruction.


Our staff is comprised of current Professional Umpires, who are from the greater Washington DC area and have gone through similar camps presented by MAC. You’ll be learning from professional umpires who have been in your shoes! These umpires are dedicated to sharing the skills and techniques that have made them successful at the highest levels of the game.


The weekend begins with classroom presentations, starting promptly at 6:00 pm (concluding by 9:00-9:30 pm) on Friday, September 27. Saturday and Sunday schedules include classroom presentations from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm (noon) with afternoon double-headers for on-field evaluations. Upon acceptance of your registration, class schedule and any other camp information will be provided by email. Schedules are subject to change and campers will be notified via the email used with registration.

Tentative Camp Schedule

The evening of September 27 – Classroom
September 28-29 – Classroom, On-field Instruction, Live Game Evaluations

Lodging/Travel Arrangements

Lunch and hotel accommodations are the responsibility of the umpire.


Tuition for this clinic is $100.

Register by September 25

Registration closes on September 25 or when the capacity for this clinic is filled.

This umpire development opportunity is a training program by Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Umpires.

Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Umpires


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