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NCAA Seeks New Women's Basketball Coordinator

The NCAA is advertising for a new women's national basketball coordinator.

Ratner Talks About Summit

Former NASO board member Marc Ratner is the UFC Senior Vice President of Regulatory Affairs. He recently offered his thoughts on the NASO Sports Officiating Summit in an interview with UFC.com.

Sun Conference Football Officials Join

The Sun Conference Football Officials (SCFO) from the Kissimmee, Fla., area recently signed on to NASO’s Association Advantage Titanium membership.

NASO at Officiate Georgia

NASO took part in the eighth annual Officiate Georgia Day in Macon, Ga.

Wulkow To Retire From IHSAA

Rick Wulkow, the executive director of the Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) and former NASO board member, is stepping down after 35 years of service to Iowa students and member schools, including the last 10 as executive director.

Board Looks Ahead in Albuquerque

The NASO Board of Directors reviewed its new Association Advantage program, its Strong Safety program initiative, and formalized its virtual Hall of Fame as a special project, paving the way for future work.

Bay Metro Officials Join

Members of the Bay Metro Officials Association (BMOA) based in Bay City, Mich., recently signed on as an NASO group member.

2015 Summit Theme Announced

“The Right Call: Evaluations & Officiating Performance” will be the theme of the 2015 Sports Officiating Summit, which will take place July 26-28 in St. Louis.

Educational Sessions Kick Off Today

Dean Blandino, NFL’s vice president of officiating, kicked off the educational sessions of the 2014 NASO Sports Officiating Summit this morning.

NASO Board to Meet in Albuquerque

The NASO Board of Directors is scheduled to conduct its summer meeting Sunday in Albuquerque, N.M, the site of this year’s NASO Summit.

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