2022 SEMSO High School
Football Officiating Clinic
SATURDAY, JULY 30 | ANN ARBOR, MI
Featuring special keynote speaker: Bill LeMonnier
A CLINIC FOR THE LOVE OF THE GAME
Since its launch in 2015, the annual SEMSO High School Football Officiating Clinic has focused on one goal: to improve the skills and confidence of our officials, building a stronger officiating community overall.
Officials training is not just our job, it’s our passion.
Saturday, July 30, 2022
Clinic: 9:00am - 4:30pm
Networking Hour: 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Full-Day Clinic & Training Materials
Training From Collegiate D1 & D2 Officials
Attendee's Choice Track Sessions
Hot Buffet Lunch
Our Beautiful Location
After a great experience with our new venue in 2019, we are excited to return to Weber's Inn this year. From extended meeting spaces to exception meals, we are proud to elevate your clinic experience with our partners at Weber's.
3050 Jackson Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
This Year's Special Keynote
Since leaving the field in 2014, Bill has dedicated innumerous hours developing officials worldwide. His training videos are circulated globally, while his insight as an ESPN rules analyst helps educate millions around the USA. Year round, Bill dedicates countless weekends presenting at numerous clinics in Japan, Europe, Australia and throughout the United States. A career collegiate official with over 30 years of NCAA experience, highlighted by the 2011 BCS National Championship Game, it is an absolute pleasure to welcome Bill as he brings his expertise to Michigan this summer.
Dick brings another 30 years of Division I experience – 22 of which he served in the Big Ten. Dick’s career includes over 350 NCAA Division I games, including more than 15 post-season bowl assignments. An Ann Arbor native needing no introduction, Dick’s lifelong commitment to officials goes well beyond the field. In addition to founding Honig’s Whistle Stop, he presently serves as the coordinator of officials for Michigan Collegiate Football Officials Association, a primary rules analyst for BTN, and produces the annual Great Lakes Collegiate Officiating Clinic.