Marshall Appointed Northeast Conference Coordinator of Umpires

Marshall Appointed Northeast Conference Coordinator of Umpires

Marshall Appointed Northeast Conference Coordinator of Baseball Umpires

Altamonte Springs, FL – October 16, 2017 – United Collegiate Umpires (UCU) President, Chris Marshall has been appointed Northeast Conference Coordinator of Baseball Umpires, starting in 2018.

“I am proud and humbled to accept the position to coordinate the umpiring in the Northeast Conference”, stated UCU President, Chris Marshall.

Marshall continued, “The NEC was the first conference to offer me a coordinator position and I am grateful for their show of confidence in not only myself but the talented umpires comprising my NEC staff. I am excited as I look to the future and my partnership with the NEC and their exceptional student-athletes.”

About Chris Marshall

After beginning his NCAA career in 1996, Chris graduated from the Jim Evans Academy of Professional Umpiring. Instead of pursuing a professional career, he returned to NCAA baseball. This decision has resulted in significant accomplishment as Chris is now widely respected nationally throughout the NCAA baseball community.

His work has resulted in extensive post-season recognition: The 1999 and 2000 Junior College World Series, 2005 Division III College World Series, seven Division III Regionals, two Division II Regionals, seven Division I Regionals, and four Division I Super Regionals (2014–2017).

About United Collegiate Umpires

Founded in 2017, United Collegiate Umpires supervises baseball conferences in NCAA Division I (America East, Ivy League, MAAC, and Northeast Conference), NCAA Division III (Empire 8, Liberty, NEAC, and SUNYAC), NJCAA Region III and Region XIX, New England Collegiate Baseball League, and New York Collegiate Baseball League. Offering superior umpire education, UCU implements training programs fostering umpire development throughout the country.

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