Metro All-Star Officiating Camp
Without Referees, It’s Just Recess!
When: July 19-21 (Fri – Sun)
Where: Aloha, Beaverton and Valley Catholic High Schools
What you get:
The opportunity to referee some of the best Boy’s basketball teams in Oregon, California and Washington. You will receive game DVD’s and analysis. Games will be evaluated by top officials in Oregon. Evaluations are done using the OSAA State Tournament Evaluation Forms.
Last year’s guest speakers included: Howard Mayo (PBOA assignor and State Rules Interpreter), Kevin Brill, Pac 12 Official, Steve Scott (PBOA Evaluator).
All clinicians and evaluators have OSAA State Tournament experience. You are reviewed on the court by people who have worked from rookie status to state tournament level officials.
The games are competitive, the tournament is competitive. This is not a camp to decide if you are going to be a basketball referee, this is a camp for referee’s who want to make the jump to the top of your association. Many graduates have gone on to work OSAA State Tournaments.
Campers also receive: T-Shirt, limited energy food & beverages, and invitation to camp social event to network with evaluators, campers and speakers. MAOC is OCEP certified, this means that officials can receive OCEP certification upon full participation. Gear to bring: This is a full dress camp. Professionalism matters.
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Feedback from recent MAOC Camper:
I appreciated the evaluators’ willingness to teach and take time with the campers as well as the set up to provide timely feedback on calls and positioning.
Overall, the class sessions were pretty good. I liked the incorporation of video examples and class discussion. It was also great that you brought in a couple of female officials to evaluate and mentor.
I also enjoyed the opportunity to work with and be evaluated by a variety of people.