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PSI SOFTBALL TRAINING

Day/Date Time Location Address Room
Sunday, December 29, 2019 8:00 - 9:30 AM PSI Office -Fremont Professional Center 1732 Fremont Blvd, Seaside, CA Conference Room (Upstairs)
Sunday, January 5, 2020 8:00 - 9:30 AM PSI Office -Fremont Professional Center 1732 Fremont Blvd, Seaside, CA Conference Room (Upstairs)
Monday, January 13, 2020 7:00 - 8:30 PM PSI Office -Fremont Professional Center 1732 Fremont Blvd, Seaside, CA Conference Room (Upstairs)
Monday , March 30, 2020 7:00 - 8:30 PM PSI Office -Fremont Professional Center 1732 Fremont Blvd, Seaside, CA Conference Room (Upstairs)
Omar Guerrero

Omar Guerrero

Softball South Assigner

Phone: 831-539-9707

TRAINING: Video Publications

Softball Pitching Rule

HOT TOPIC: The pitching rules change and what it looks like/what you can and can't do. Get familiar with "Start Back" vs. "Step Back" - one of the two will most likely be coming to a governing softball body/organization near you starting January 2020, and it can affect the start of your pitch!! Finally, a rule change that gives pitchers an advantage! This is a significant change in the sense that its movement in a rule change that affects how a pitcher can choose to start and, in my opinion, can be an advantage to the pitcher (yay).

MEETING / TRAINING PRESENTATIONS

View presentations. To be posted here online at conclusion of event. 

CCS MISCONDUCT / INCIDENT REPORT

Use the CCS online forms for reporting misconduct/ ejections and incidents . These forms must be submitted by 12 midnight on the day of the contest. Use the password "123" when submitting either an Ejection/Misconduct report (red selection) or an Incident Report (blue selection).

Officials in every sport train before and during the season.

Meetings, clinics, scrimmages, online testing /course study, and live game evaluations are prepared specifically for new officials, returning officials and veteran officials.

Physical fitness, knowledge of the rules, mechanics of positioning, teamwork, dress and deportment and game management skills are emphasized and evaluated for each official to learn and therefore improve their "game".

Experienced Officials, Commissioners, Administrators, Athletic Directors and Coaches present their viewpoints and advise all officials  on what role they play as participants in providing a positive experience for the student-athletes, youth and recreational players.

Rules changes, points of emphasis and policy updates are presented to all officials and coaches each season or year.  By using case studies and reviewing videos, officials are given guidelines, policies and methods of procedure to manage many types of incidents that occur before, during and after each athletic event. Demonstrating  the proper methods to use for game management that may involve players, coaches and spectators  are provided. Opportunities to ask questions and  seek answers from seasoned officials and group leaders  are provided for all attendees.  All officials are expected to attend meetings whenever possible and to participate and contribute to the entire group of officials. The links near the bottom of this page provide the dates, times, and locations for each sport.

Check the table for each sport's meeting times, locations and topics using the links below. At the sport specific meetings, you will receive additional information of actions to perform and activities to attend before season starts.