CVUA Awards Scholarship

The Cumberland Valley Association of Baseball Umpires (CVUA) recently awarded their annual scholarship. The $2,000 award was presented to Noah Heimbaugh of Newport High School. Noah is Valedictorian of his class and will be attending Penn State University to study Biomedical Engineering.

The CVUA scholarship is awarded annually to a senior baseball player in the Mid-Penn or Tri-Valley conference. Since its inception in 2004, CVUA has awarded over $25,000 to area student-athletes. Funds for the scholarship come from CVUA’s annual golf tournament and chapter member donations.

2017 CVUA Scholarship Winner Noah Heimbaugh & CVUA Scholarship Committee member Pat Cain

Welcome to!

The Cumberland Valley Umpires Association was formed in 1946 for the purpose of serving the West Shore Twilight/Men’s League; prior to the formation of the Association each team in the league had its own individual umpire.  In all probability, there is not another baseball chapter in the state of Pennsylvania that handles all levels of baseball from high school in the spring; little league through men’s leagues in the summer and fall ball through the autumn providing for a full baseball year than the Cumberland Valley Umpires Association. The Association has become a nine-month “on the Field” and a year around association with organized meetings, clinics, recruiting processes and other business issues.

To read about our history, click here.

Interested in Membership?

CVUA is always looking for new baseball umpires.  No experience is necessary.  We will train you!  For more information, contact David High.

CLICK HERE for the CVUA New Member Application
CLICK HERE for the Waiver Form (required) – Members under 18 must have a parent sign also