The 3rd Annual Mike Walsh Memorial Advanced Umpire Clinic will be held July 31st thru August 2nd, 2009, in Carmel, Indiana.
From the website:
"The Mike Walsh Memorial Advanced Umpire Clinic was created to give umpires the opportunity to gain knowledge from some of the top instructors in the Mid-West to help them be successful at the college level.
The Clinic is designed for umpires who are looking to work baseball at the collegiate level or for those looking to acquire the skills necessary to advance to the next level. It will provide a solid base of knowledge through classroom, cage work, and live game experience. The student to instructor ratio is set at 3:1 to give maximum personal attention in small group settings. This will provide you with a foundation for a successful collegiate career.
The Mike Walsh Memorial Advanced Umpire Clinic will be held in conjunction with the Indiana Bulls fall tournament. Students will get the opportunity to work two full games with video feedback. Instructors will work with students to enhance mechanics, positioning, and judgment. Students will receive a written evaluation of their performance in accordance with NCAA standards, as well as suggestions on skills necessary to advance."
Check-in is from 9-10 a.m. Friday, July 31 at the Jameson Inn in Indianapolis. Costs include a non-refundable deposit of $150.00 if paid before July 1st, or $175.00 if paid after July 1, and $100.00 is due at check-in.