JUN 03


Rice University will be holding a Basketball Referee Camp at Rice University in Houston, TX from June 3‑5, 2022

• Now in its’ 30th year, this camp is designed to develop high school officials and improve their skills, officiating fundamentals, and game management techniques based on their individual experience and current ability level
• Is an attractive learning & development environment for high school officials who wish to maximize their potential & aspire to move up the high school basketball officiating ladder
• Excellent game competition – varsity high school level teams at a team camp which provides a better teaching and learning experience – because the teams actually run plays!
• Camp starts Friday afternoon with classroom instruction and officiating games Friday evening
• Classroom instruction on Saturday and Sunday coordinated with officiating games
• Excellent training and instruction by quality NCAA, NBA G League, NBA, successful high school officials, and guest lecturers at a very reasonable price
• Learn what it takes to be successful and move up to the next level – regardless of your current officiating level
• Instruction in three‑person mechanics
• All officials will officiate games each day with performances being critiqued and evaluated – flexible game scheduling
• Critiques and evaluations are based on each official’s respective experience and ability
• Individual attention given to each official regardless of their ability level
• Learn the correct and approved high school rules, mechanics and officiating techniques
• Learn techniques and tips used by successful NCAA and NBA officials that you will be able to apply in high school level games
• Fox40 whistle, Smitty referee shirt, and flash drive with instructional materials
• Lunch provided on Saturday and Sunday
• Complete the attached application and sign up today
• Credit cards accepted – payment also can be made through Venmo and Zelle
• Questions or need additional information? Email Steven Ellinger at stevenellinger@yahoo.com or Steve Oakes at scoakesref@gmail.com