Resources for MHSAA Wrestling Officials
MHSAA Interpretations, Guidelines and Authoritative Rulings
- Rules Changes, Revisions, Reminders - 2022-23
- MHSAA Equipment Rules
- Game Suspension and Inclement Weather Policies
- Wrestling Uniform Information
Wrestling Officials Bulletins
- 2019-20 Officials Bulletin No. 1
- 2019-20 Officials Bulletin No. 2
- 2019-20 Officials Bulletin No. 3
- 2019-20 Officials Bulletin No. 4
- 2019-20 Officials Bulletin No. 5
- 2019-20 Officials Bulletin No. 6
- 2018-19 Officials Bulletin No. 1
- 2018-19 Officials Bulletin No. 2
- 2018-19 Officials Bulletin No. 3
- 2018-19 Officials Bulletin No. 4
Camps & Clinics
- Officials Incident Report (ejections, forfeits and notable injuries)
- School Sportsmanship Feedback (Officials Event Report)
Important Forms, Documents and Links
- Social Media Guidelines for MHSAA Officials
- Registered Assigner Directory
- Local Approved Association Directory
- Officials Directory
- Officials Incident Report Writing Guide
- Ratings Reminder for Schools
General Requirements (all levels): To be eligible for tournament consideration, an official must have completed or attended the current year rules meeting, have officiated a minimum of 10 contests during the current season, submit a season schedule to the MHSAA for review, have compiled at least 100 ratings over the previous three years, be listed as a Member in Good Standing with a Local Approved Association in the sport and shall complete and pass the current year rules exam (≥80%).
District Level: An official must have (at minimum) a 2.5 three-year average rating.
Regional Level: An official must have (at minimum) a 2.3 three-year average rating.
Final Level: An official must have (at minimum) a 2.1 three-year average rating.
Postseason Limitations: An official that works three consecutive Finals is ineligible for Final consideration for one season.
- Availability and Conflicts
- 2022-23 Postseason Exam Deadline Dec. 7
- Member in Good Standing Status (MIGS)
- Schedule for Postseason Consideration | Postseason Checklist
Tutorial for Submitting Season Schedules
- Wrestling Officials Rating Card
Cards will be filled in duplicate (one for home and one for visitor). For double duals or tournaments where the teams are not known, officials should print a number of blank cards to be completed for each of the participating teams. Each team’s coach may take notes of the matches for which you officiate.
Wrestling Video Rules Library
- MHSAA Video Resource Home
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