Staff

Clinic Directors

Donald Taylor

Mike Marsh

Michael Marsh lives in Long Beach, California with his wife Lisa and two children, and has just completed his fifth year in the PAC-12 Conference. Michael has worked as a Side Judge and Center Judge during his time as a PAC-12 Football Official.
FBS Bowl Assignments:
Alternate 2015 Belk Bowl @ Charlotte, NC
Side Judge 2016 Liberty Bowl @ Memphis, TN
Side Judge 2017 Texas Bowl @ Houston, TX
Center Judge 2020 Armed Forces Bowl @ Fort Worth, TX
Southwest Athletic Conference (SWAC)
Referee 2013 & 2014
Alternate 2014 Bayou Classic @ New Orleans, LA
Alternate 2013 SWAC Championship @ Houston, TX
Side Judge and Field Judge 2012
Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC)
Referee 2011 & 2012
Back Judge 2011 NCAA Division III Quarterfinal game Wesley v Mary Hardin-Baylor @ Belton, TX
Back Judge 2010
Line Judge 2009
Southern California Collegiate Football Officials Association (SCCFOA)
Community College game assignments at Referee, Line Judge, Head Linesman, Field Judge, Side Judge & Back Judge
Referee 2013 CCCAA Southern Division Championship game Bakersfield CC v. Mt SAC @ Walnut, CA
Line Judge 2010 CCCAA State Championship game San Francisco CC v. Mt. SAC @ Walnut, CA

Clinic Staff

Reed Brotherton

Reed Brotherton is an Instructional Coach residing in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife, Mari, and two daughters, Abigail (13) and Madelyn (11). Reed frequently volunteers for the Arizona Football Officials Association. This will be the first year volunteering for the Southern California Football Officials Clinic.

Reed is currently working as a developmental Side Judge in the Big Sky Conference. He also works in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference and Northwest Conference as a Referee and was nominated to a DII playoff crew at that position. Reed also officiates in the Indoor Football League as a Referee and was assigned a Conference Championship playoff game. Reed is also fortunate to work as the Coach to Player Cutoff Operator for all NFL games played at State Farm Stadium.
Amro Hassanin

Amro is a software engineer residing in Peoria, Arizona. He is married to his beautiful wife, Grace, and has 2 children; Iman and Nafeesa. They support his love of football officiating. Amro started officiating in 2010 at the high school level. He began officiating college in 2017 and currently works junior college football in Arizona and Southern California. Amro continues to work closely with his state association and serves as the Secretary of the Arizona Football Officials Association. He also donated his time and expertise to assist with this year's SoCal Clinic website.