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Event: 2022 – Meeting #3 – 1st/2nd Year / Make-up Meeting


2022 – Meeting #3 – 1st/2nd Year / Make-up Meeting

7:30 pm
 to 9:30 pm
Event Type
  • Meeting
  •  | Zoom Meeting
Event Details

1st/2nd Yr & Probationary Membership Meeting

All members must be able to achieve the required hours as required by CIF to participate in the 2022 HS Softball season.  There will be checkpoints throughout the season at which time, a certain number of hours must have been met by attending the required meetings, participating/passing the study guide/test, and maintaining good standing within OCSOA.  Membership of OCSOA must attain 50% of their hours through OCSOA meetings/events.

Any questions, please reach out to one of your peers on the board.



OCSOA is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: OCSOA - Member Meeting #3
Time: Dec 14, 2021 07:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Meeting ID: 861 9070 4754
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OCSOA is committed to providing 1st class officials for the CIF Southern Section High Schools softball programs.  Year after year, OCSOA has proven to be one of the best HS officiating organizations in the country.

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Since 1977, the primary purpose of the OCSOA has been to provide an educational and instructional program that will make it possible to officiate California interscholastic federation (CIF) softball games with efficiency & competency.

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There are no specific requirements for joining OCSOA other than an appreciation of the game of Softball, a desire to learn the officiating profession and an interest in learning and progressing. Prior experience as an umpire, while helpful, is not required. Want to learn more?

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