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This year’s Umpire In Chief
UMPIRE – WASA
Wisconsin ASA Umpire-in-Chief from 1982 through 1998. At the conclusion of the 2000 season had umpired in eight ASA Modified Pitch National Championships, seven at the Major level, the apex of the game. Worked national finals in the 1988-1989 and at Fond du Lac in 2000. ASA National Tournament Umpire-in-Chief in Rice Lake in 1989 and Stevens Point in 1996. Coordinator of ASA National Umpire School held in Green Bay in 1998. A featured speaker at ASA National Umpire-in Chief clinics in 1991, 1993 and 1995. Has spoken on umpiring at four National Association of Sports Officials conventions and also before the National Federation of High Schools. Named to ASA National Indicator Fraternity in 1988. In 1989 was selected as a modified pitch umpire by the ASA International Softball Federation. Earned Gold Level of Excellence in ASA Medals Program in 2000. Helped the NFHS write the National Softball Umpire Training Program in 1999. Did likewise for the WIAA in 1994. A member of Referee magazine‟s editorial staff since 1992. Appointed to the NASO Board of Directors in 1994. Umpired in seven WIAA state tourneys and one WISAA event. Has also officiated in WIAA and WISAA state basketball tournaments plus WIAA state volleyball and American Legion state baseball. NFHS Wisconsin Umpire of the Year in 1986 and 1993. Pulled off remarkable “double –play”, with inductions into both the WASA Hall of Fame and the Hurley High School Hall of Fame.