Don’t Forget to Register: It Is The First Assignment of The Season

  • Don’t forget to register with the NCAA if you are planning to officiate women’s basketball this season.  Registration opened on August 1st.  

    For those who may be registering for the first time, you should know you will be able to read the latest rules interpretations from the Secretary-Rules Editor and bulletins from the National Coordinator, complete requirements to be considered for a postseason assignment, take periodic rules quizzes, and review videos clips on correct application of the rules and mechanics of officiating.  This is a requirement to be eligible to work post season. 

    This year’s Welcome Packet includes the 2013-14 and 2014-15 NCAA Women’s Basketball Rules Book, 2015 NCAA Women’s Basketball Case Book, and 2014-15 Women’s CCA Mechanics Manual.  

    Start your season correctly – REGISTER TODAY!


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2 Responses to Don’t Forget to Register: It Is The First Assignment of The Season

  1. richripley says:

    While on a much, much smaller scale…I’m trying out volleyball this fall. They need officials and I need something to do to kill time and keep involved in officiating in the fall!! Basketball cannot begin soon enough!! 🙂


  2. tloera1985 says:

    I wonder why the price went up? Are we in the second cycle of materials already? I bet the posted it and I didn’t read it. Not that it matters because is something that we have to do..


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