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NCAA Sports Officials

Resources and Collection
for Referees and Umpires

National Collegiate Athletics Association 

NCAA logo july 2016The NCAA Sports Officials Resources and Collection page has referee and umpire links to rules, contacts, personalities and resources throughout this massive association. The National Collegiate Athletics Association is the ruling body for hundreds of universities and colleges across the United States and 1000’s of officials are needed every season.

From the Frozen Fours to the Final Fours the NCAA holds 89 Championship events in over 20 sports in colleges and universities across the country every year. This collection shares links to news information in every NCAA sport, from Division 1 Baseball Umpires to Division 3 Wrestling Referees.

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The NCAA is a major pathway to the big leagues for officials in all sports in the US. Follow all your favorite officials as they climb up that ladder, calling the games from the best seat in the house. NCAA March Madness logoLearn the path they take to the top and the training commitments they make. More importantly, learn who they are as people. Why they love what they do and how did they get there?

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