Umpire Information

Umpire Information

Saskatoon Umpire Association contact: Matthew Schule, 306-381-5882, 


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NOTICE: The SDBUA will be using online assigning IN ALL DIVISIONS.

2019 Clinic Information:

On the great news side, our sport is growing in Saskatoon with more players and teams signing up. From 2015 to 2018 we grew from 1,000 players to almost 2.000! With the growth come challenges, one of which is the number of qualified umpires. We had more umpires last year than the previous year but are always looking for more!!

You might ask, what are the benefits of becoming an umpire?

1. Improve your knowledge of baseball and apply it to your game.

2. Build meaningful relationships that can expand throughout the province and even Canada.

3. Make your own schedule!

4. Being an official can look great on a resume.

5. Develop skills that are transferable to sport, work and play.

6. Give back to baseball in a meaningful way.

7. Opportunities to travel – stick with it and you could experience amazing opportunities throughout Saskatchewan & Canada!

8. And finally perhaps the most obvious – you can make a quick buck while having the ‘best seat’ in the game.

2019 Umpire Clinic Dates:

April 79:00am – 4:30pm1Bedford Road Collegiate722 Bedford Rd.Library Room#1112
April 149:00am – 4:30pm2Bedford Road Collegiate722 Bedford Rd.LRC Room #1315
April 289:00am – 4:30pm1Evan Hardy Collegiate605 Acadia Dr.Classroom #1119
May 49:00am – 4:30pm1James Alexander School427 McCormack Rd.Room #1307

Registration is as simple as clicking the link below:

Once again for 2019, Baseball Saskatoon has made a commitment to cover all Level 1 and Level 2 Umpire Clinic Fees for Saskatoon residents – even more reason to register!

For level 3, 4, and 5 status umpires, or those qualified and interested in challenging the level 3 exam, please register at :

Louis Slotsve Baseball Umpire Mentorship Program:

The Louis Slotsve Umpire Mentorship Program is meant to serve our newest and youngest umpires within Zone 6 to assist and support them in their development as they mature and grow. Through this program, mentors are able to be on location and assigned to individual umpires, allowing instantaneous feedback, support and intervention with spectator behavior if needed. The Mentorship Program allows new umpires to build upon their knowledge and improve at an exceptional rate in comparison to those who may not receive any support, creating confident, safe and knowledgeable officials who are inspired to continue their baseball journey are the essential goals of this program. To support the program, please contact an SDBUA executive or Matt Schule via email, Facebook, text or phone (306-381-5882)

Marketing: Justin Anderson 306-260-7186

Director: Logan Nugent 306-291-7961

Director: Blake Thille 306-290-9963 2018


President: Matt Schule 306-381-5882

Vice-President: Aaron Szejvolt 306-260-6432

Past President: Scott Mills 306-281-3557

Director: Aaron Roberts 306-230-3929

Director: Gary Dodds 306-374-3517

Director: Andrew Penill 306-242-5989

Director: Heath Muggli 306-227-0909

Director: Logan Nugent 306-291-7961

Treasurer: Scott Mostoway 306-374-9542

Equipment Suppliers:

Olympian Sports Excellence 101 Idylwyld Dr N Saskatoon Tel: 306-934-6771 Fax: 306-934-6772

Al Anderson’s Source for Sports 208 Avenue B South (across Idylwyld from Midtown Plaza) Saskatoon