MEET THE MASSACHUSETTS REFEREE COMMITTEE
The Massachusetts State Referee Committee, Inc. (MSRC) is the state association for the United States Soccer Federation (USSF). The MSRC is mandated to provide referee training, certification, assessment, and education for soccer officials engaged in youth, adult amateur and professional USSF affiliated matches in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
As the sport of soccer has grown, so has the committee. Today there are over 6,000 certified USSF referees in Massachusetts, officiating more than 150,000 competitions annually. Click the links to see a copy of our corporate by-laws and articles of organization.
|Mission Statement, Goals, Objectives|
|State Referee Administrator (SRA)||Andy Weiss|
|State Director of Instruction (SDI)||Nigel Bright|
|State Director of Assessment (SDA)||Del Rainho|
|State Youth Referee Administrator (SYRA)||Brian Treanor|
|State Assignor Coordinator (SAC)||Michael Wallace|
|Past State Referee Administrator||Rich Frongillo|
|Executive Assistant||Diana McKee|
|Course Administrator||Christine Bright|
|Futsal Administrator||Soorena Farboodmanesh|
|Mentor Program Director||Levon Akoghlanian|
|Communications Director||Adam Bagni|
|MSRC Counsel||Maria Bonanno|
|Special Events||Ken Moore||
|AREA REFEREE ADMINISTRATORS|
|ARA Western Mass||Joe Santos|
|ARA Central Mass||Dan O'Leary|
|ARA Northeastern Mass||Fred Corey|
|ARA East Central Mass||Peter Johnson|
|ARA Southeastern Mass||Joe Mendes|
|ARA Eastern Mass||Randy Ellis|
The Massachusetts State Referee Committee is dedicated to serving all levels of the sport of soccer in this state through the training and development of referees. In cooperation with the State Associations and with USSF, the MSRC shall govern, coordinate and administer the referee development program within the state.
The MSRC shall fulfill its mission by maintaining and continuing to develop a highly professional and effective organization to provide referee development and support at every stage of the referee's career.
The MSRC shall achieve its goals through effectively meeting these objectives:
a) cooperating with the USSF and state associations governing adult and
youth soccer and their affiliated leagues and organizations;
b) administering referee registration, recertification and grade management to meet the composite needs of competition throughout the state;
c) instructing referees with timely and innovative training throughout their career;
d) offering every referee the opportunity to develop to their full potential through assessment and mentoring;
e) fostering referee teamwork and fellowship to further promote peer mentoring and esprit de corps;
f) advocating and enhancing the assignment process to meet both the needs of the competition and foster development of the referees;
g) promoting exceptional referees to extend their careers to the national and/or international arena.