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  • 8/14/2019

    As the 2019-20 basketball season approaches, this is to let you know that the NCAA Women’s Basketball Center Court Central Hub will open for registration on August 27. Please know that the registration fee for this season is $200 (Division I), $150 (Division II), and $125 (Division III), which is an increase from the past two seasons. The increase will enable Arbiter to continue to improve reliability, speed, and other backend services. In addition, again this year, the ArbiterMobile app will be available at no charge. Also, please know that the registration fee will stay the same for the next two seasons as well.

    As a reminder, officials are required to register in order to be considered for NCAA postseason assignment. You also will receive an email notification on August 27 when registration officially opens.

    Thank you for your past interest in registering with NCAA Women’s Basketball. And best wishes for a great 2019-20 season.

    Dan Calandro
    NCAA Director of Playing Rules and Officiating

  • 8/5/2019

    The NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) and the CCA (Collegiate Commissioners Association) are looking for a regional advisor of officiating (preferably in the East) who will be retained an independent contractor for Division I Women’s Basketball. They will provide advisory services to the national coordinator of officiating about the selection and assignment of game officials during the Women’s Basketball Championships as well as other officiating matters.

    This service term would be for a period of one year, with the potential for renewal. The term will begin September 30, 2019 and is paid a service fee (which includes travel and expenses) commensurate with the scope of service. Click here for a complete listing of independent contractor services, preferred qualifications, and minimum requirements.

  • 7/30/2019


    I want to share with you my enthusiasm and gratitude on being selected to be your national coordinator of women’s basketball. It’s a tremendous honor to get to follow in the path established by the leaders who came before me and to represent the NCAA. 

    The pivot from an on court official to serving in this role is bittersweet yet so exciting. I am grateful to the conferences, the coordinators and the many officials and observers I have learned from over the years. Those collective experiences have prepared me for this role and I am thrilled to be in the position to lead and learn from this new vantage point.

    In my career, I observed that officials always try to do their best, every game, every play. I never met a referee who tried to miss a call or one who wanted to do a bad job. Officials at all levels are passionate about what they do and strive for that unattainable perfect game. It’s my goal that we will all work together to raise officiating with the growth of our game so we can showcase this great game and these amazing student-athletes at all levels. 

    Our season will be beginning in less than 100 days and we need to be physically and mentally ready to go. I challenge you to elevate your preparation and that of those around you. Reach out and work with an official in your purview and give back to this game - each one reach one! 

    I look forward to seeing you at a regional clinic and on the court this season.

    Here we go!

    Penny Davis
    NCAA National Coordinator of Officials

  • 7/23/2019

    NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Officials:
    Registration for the 2019 Regional Clinics is now open.
    You MUST use the SAME EMAIL ADDRESS to register for the regional clinic as well as registering for in August.  If you use a different email address, you will not receive credit in your Eligibility Center.
    The dates, location and deadline for the NCAA room rates are listed below. Remember to be eligible to work the 2020 DI NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship, you must attend one Regional Officiating Clinic.

    Please register for the upcoming Regional Clinics by clicking HERE.



    Clinic Dates

    Lodging Reservation Deadline

    Phoenix, AZ

    Marriott Phoenix Airport

    Sunday, September 22

    August 24, 2019

    Atlanta, GA

    Atlanta Airport Marriott

    Sunday, September 29

    September 6, 2019

    Indianapolis, IN

    Fairfield Inn/ NCAA Office

    Sunday, October 6

    September 13, 2019

    Philadelphia, PA

    Philadelphia Airport Marriott

    Saturday, October 19

    October 1, 2019

  • 7/1/2019

    Penny Davis has been named the NCAA’s national coordinator of women’s basketball officiating, bringing with her over 22 years of officiating experience gathered at all levels of the game.
    Davis, who will direct the national women’s basketball officiating program across all three divisions, will fill the void created by the departure of June Courteau, who retired May 31 after five years as national coordinator.  Click here to read the full article.
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