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Margarita Officials Association


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MAKING THE CALL

The MOA is a not-for-profit, membership organization existing for the sole purpose of providing sports officials to amateur sporting contests and events.

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To this end, the organization:

  • Provides training to advance the skills of sports officials.
  • Facilitates the contracting and assigning of sports officials to amateur sports contests.
  • Works with sports administrators to provide qualified sports officials to amateur sports contests.
  • Maintains the highest standard of sports officiating.
  • Encourages the spirit of fair play and sportsmanship.
  • Promotes the welfare of amateur sports by working with organizations and other sports officials’ associations affiliated with amateur sports.

Why Become An MOA Umpire?

Make $$$$$$

  • MOA umpires generally make $40 – $50 per game for girls fastpitch depending on the level and number of umpires working the game.
  • Umpires can work up to two games in a night and up to 4-5 games on a Saturday (games generally last 1.5 hours).
  • MOA slow-pitch umpires generally make $30 per game and work 3 games in an evening (these games are paid in cash prior to starting the games).

Stay involved with a sport you love!

Did you grow up playing baseball but your dreams of playing professionally were thrown a curve?  Or were you a girl softball player now looking to get back into the game you grew up with?  Either way, umpiring softball is a great way to go!

  • Softball games are shorter and faster-paced than baseball so you can work more games in a short amount of time and make more $$$$!
  • Girls softball is an exciting and growing sport throughout the country that is played virtually year-round in Southern California.

The MOA and all of its members are here (and extremely accessible) to help you become the absolute best umpire you can be!

The MOA provides the highest quality of training available to softball umpires in San Diego.

  • Not only does the MOA provide training through classroom learning and on-field training sessions, but MOA members meet regularly to discuss rules and situations that arise throughout the softball season.
  • Various MOA experienced officials not only train MOA umpires, but assist in training umpires throughout the country as part of the Amateur Softball Association’s (ASA) training program.

If your goal is to work your way up the ladder from recreational softball, to high school, travel tournaments, college, or even worldwide tournaments, the MOA has several umpires who work (and teach) at each of these levels and are more than willing to help guide through each step of the way!

The MOA provides umpires for a variety of adult and girls softball leagues throughout San Diego’s north county including:

Girls Softball:

  • Recreation (8U – 18U)
  • High School (Sub-Varsity & Varsity)
  • ASA Travel Ball Tournaments

Adult Softball

  • The MOA provides Slow-Pitch Officials for several North County Leagues and Temecula.

If you’re interested in becoming an umpire with the MOA, please click here

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