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Tri-State Elite Umpires Association​​

About Our Association

Over the last 5 years, the Tri-State Elite Umpires Association has taken the Mid-Atlantic Region by storm. What began as a 12 man umpiring crew, has grown to over 250 members by putting together quality customer service with some of the most advanced and rigorous training regimens in the region. Since it's inception, the TSEUA has become the official umpire supplier for Perfect Game Super 25 Mid-Atlantic, the South Jersey Men's Senior Baseball League, the John DeBenedictis Baseball League, the Tri-State Elite Baseball League, the Philadelphia Amateur Baseball League, Youth Elite Sports Tournaments and GSA Softball, in addition to hundreds of other travel baseball teams, little leagues and travel tournaments.

If you are looking for umpires for your team, league or tournament, you've come to the right place. With a strong reputation for dependability, punctuality and professionalism, the Tri-State Elite Umpires Association has hundreds of umpires qualified and certified in all levels of baseball and softball. 

Here's a little about our President and Assignor John Gallante that was published in April 2014:

"John Gallante is the President and Assignor of the Tri-State Elite Umpires Association. If you think umpire assigning and training is an old man's business-think again. John is only 25 years old, making him the youngest umpire assignor in New Jersey. Under John's watch, the TSEUA has grown from 15 members and 500 games to over 200 umpires and over 18,000 games, making the TSEUA the largest umpires association in the state of New Jersey. The association has acquired baseball ranging from little-leaguers to semi professionals after striking a deal with the South Jersey Men's Senior Baseball League in 2014. John also runs the cadet and advanced training program for the TSEUA, which is widely regarded as one of the best umpire training programs in the region. In addition to his duties with the TSEUA, John is also a state certified high school umpire for the Tri-County Umpires Association and serves as the Chairman of their mechanics training committee.  John has taken the Tri-State area by storm and has become the "go to guy" for umpires in the area for all levels." (04/2014)

*In 2017, John completed his first season of NCAA umpiring at the age of 26.