New Jersey High School
Tennis Officials Association

Next Certification Course

Next Certification Course:

The next certification class will be Saturday, July 28, 2018 beginning at 8:30 a.m. at NJSIAA headquarters, 1161 Rt. 130 North, Robbinsville, New Jersey.  Contact Jim Forst for more information at jwforst@aol.com or 609-432-9751.
Download the application

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Summer Rules Updates Classes
Summer Rules Updates Classes:

Rules updates for active officials will be done online this summer. Instructions will be sent out via email by July 1st.

About Our Association - NJHSTOA

The New Jersey High School Tennis Officials Association was organized in 2005 to provide tennis officials for the NJSIAA (New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association). The purpose of the organization is to promote the welfare of high school tennis by training officials who will uniformly interpret and administer the rules of scholastic tennis in New Jersey.

Tennis officials are currently mandatory for all high school state matches for girls tennis in the Fall and boys tennis in the Spring. Our assignors also receive requests for officials for occasional regular season matches and for local and county high school tournaments.

At present we have approximately one hundred officials in our organization and hold certification classes for new umpires twice a year. We also conduct online update sessions for our current officials on a regular basis.

NJSIAA Tennis Officials Clothing & Gear

Shirts - $25
Fleece Pullovers - $45
Hats - $20
ClothingVisors - $20
Bags - $35

$5 shipping charge on all orders for one or more items.

To order contact Carl Richko at 973-728-2656 or crichko@hotmail.com.

Documents

» Certification Application
» Roving Tips
» USTA vs NJSIAA Rules
» Revised By-Laws 2009

NJHSTOA Board Members

» Bob Abbot - President
» Stan Friedman - Vice-President
» Jim Forst - Treasurer
» Doris Forst - Secretary/ Trainer
» Allison Munch - Southern & Central Assignor
» Carl Richko - Northern Assignor / Trainer
» Elliot Lovi - Member at large