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        ESTABLISHED 2012

PITTSBURGH ELITE OFFICIATING CAMPS 

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YOUR PEOC SUCCESS STORY

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PEOC SUCCESS STORIES

PATRICK JACOBS

2013 PEOC Warrendale Camp Participant

2014 PEOC Advanced Camp Participant

2014 PEOC Elite Exposure Camp Participant

Following his performance at the 2014 PEOC camps, Patrick earned an invitation to the USA Hockey Officiating Development Program (ODP) Prospect Camp in Chicago, IL. He was selected to the ODP roster and will begin skating games for the ODP this fall.

"PEOC gave me the opportunity to skate in front of the USA Hockey Officiating Development Program Staff. I was invited to attend their prospects camp in Chicago from this opportunity. I had a successful camp in Chicago and will begin to skate for the ODP this upcoming season."  

-Patrick Jacobs

BRETT SMALL

2014 PEOC Advanced Camp Participant

Brett Small (Bristow, VA) attended the 2014 PEOC Advanced Camp in Warrendale, PA.

Following his performance at the camp, skating in front of supervisors and officiating administrators from USA Hockey's Officiating Development Program and Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL), Brett earned an invitation to the the SPHL Training Camp in Huntsville, AL.

"The training I received at PEOC was invaluable to my officiating career. In addition to having the opportunity to test myself in top level games, I also gained a wealth of knowledge at camp. As a result of what I learned at the Advanced Camp, my fitness levels are now better than they were ten years ago, my stride is more powerful than ever, and my confidence in myself is the highest it’s ever been. 

I was fortunate enough at PEOC to be watched by several high level evaluators and, as a result, earned an invitation to the Southern Professional Hockey League's training camp for a tryout in Huntsville, Alabama. I have been working for this for ten years and it is a truly a dream come true!"  

-Brett Small 

ROCCO STACHOWIAK

2014 PEOC Elite Exposure Camp Participant

Rocco Stachowiak (Roselle, IL) attended the 2014 PEOC Elite Expsoure Camp in Johnstown, PA

Following his performance at PEOC, skating in front of supervisors and officiating administrators from USA Hockey's Officiating Development Program, Rocco earned an invitation to the USHL Officiating Development in Muskegon, MI.

"To begin with, I was seen by many supervisors at PEOC...I will be attending full-time camp for the NAHL. I had a great time at camp meeting various individuals and making new friends. PEOC was a great experience and very fun!"  

-Rocco Stachowiak

MARC PURAZO

2014 PEOC Elite Exposure Camp Participant

Marc Purazo (Johnstown, PA) attended the 2014 PEOC Elite Expsoure Camp in Johnstown, PA

Following his performance at PEOC, skating in front of supervisors and officiating administrators from the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC), Marc earned an invitation to the ECAC (Division III - NCAA) Training Camp and was selected to join the ECAC Officiating Staff this season.

"PEOC has helped me move my officiating to the next level. Through exposure to multiple supervisors and exceptional instruction, I am proud that I will be working higher levels of hockey this coming season including NCAA Division III..." -Marc Purazo

ZANE STOUT

2014 PEOC Elite Exposure Camp Participant

2013 PEOC Warrendale Camp Participant

2012 PEOC Participant

Zane Stout (Hempfield, PA) attended the 2014 PEOC Elite Expsoure Camp in Johnstown, PA. He has also attended PEOC Camps 2012 & 2013.

Following his performance at PEOC, skating in front of supervisors and officiating administrators from the USA Hockey Officiating Development Program (ODP), Zane earned an invitation to the ODP Prospect Camp in Chicago, IL and was selected to join the NA3HL and NAHL Officiating Staffs this season.

"When first attending PEOC, you instantly get the feel of a different type of camp. PEOC is a camp that is determined to provide individual, careful instruction; with a true passion to develop each official, regardless of their overall goal. At no other camp have I noticed the amount of scouts and league representatives ranging from Junior, NCAA, and Professional levels. 

 Attending PEOC has allowed me to make two major breakthroughs in officiating, that I cannot see happening if it were not for the camp. First being selected as a participant at USA Hockey's National Camp. The attendance at PEOC also paved the way for me to experience another great breakthrough, working as a referee in the North American Hockey League. This has been a dream of mine while working the USA Hockey Officiating Development Program. PEOC has undoubtedly excelled me in the direction to achieve this promotion. For that, I truly will always be grateful for Zach Roberts and the PEOC Staff!"  

-Zane Stout

FRANK BASTONE

2014 PEOC Elite Exposure Camp Participant

2013 PEOC Johnstown Camp Participant

2012 PEOC Participant

Frank Bastone (Pittsburgh, PA) attended the 2014 PEOC Elite Expsoure Camp in Johnstown, PA. He also attended PEOC Camps 2013 & 2012.

Following his performance at PEOC, skating in front of supervisors and officiating administrators from the NCAA Division III level and HRAO (Hockey Referee Assigning Organization), Frank earned an invitation to the HRAO Training Camp in Princeton, NJ and was selected to join the NCAA Division III Officiating Staff this season.

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"In addition to the PEOC camps being the main inspiration for becoming an instructor, the PEOC camps offer a great overall learning experience. My participation at this year's Elite Exposure camp earned me a spot as an official for NCAA Division III ice hockey..." 

-Frank Bastone

BRYAN THURNAUER

2014 PEOC Advanced Camp Participant

Bryan Thurnauer (Cincinnati, OH) attended the 2014 PEOC Advanced Camp in Warrendale, PA.

Following his performance at PEOC, skating in front of supervisors and officiating administrators from the USA Hockey Officiating Development Program (ODP), Bryan earned an invitation to join the ODP Officiating Staff this season.

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" I attended the PEOC Advanced Camp and was selected to officiate the weekend's All-Star game. A few weeks later I received an e-mail that I had been added to the Officiating Development Program roster...I am very excited to begin my journey this upcoming season officiating junior hockey. I had an amazing weekend and made great contacts along the way!" 

-Bryan Thurnauer

TYLER WHITEHEAD

2013 PEOC Warrendale Camp Participant

2014 PEOC Advanced Camp Participant

Tyler Whitehead (Pittsburgh, OH) attended the 2014 PEOC Advanced Camp in Warrendale, PA.

Following his performance at PEOC, skating in front of supervisors and officiating administrators from the USA Hockey Officiating Development Program (ODP), Tyler earned an invitation to the ODP Prospect Camp and earned a spot on the ODP roster this season.

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"I attended PEOC over the summer to better myself overall as an official. I had no experience with a 3 or 4 man system. PEOC pushed me to work harder for my goals. In one year I went from no experience to being accepted into USA Hockey Development program and working games in the NA3HL. I was also placed on Division ACHA 1 roster (WPHOA) and also had the chance to work the Pittsburgh Penguins Prospect game over the summer. The staff at PEOC have the knowledge and experience to get you to the next level." 

-Tyler Whitehead

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