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Dan Stivers


    Dan Stivers has spent more than 20 years as a football official, establishing a career worthy of recognition. A two-sport letter winner in high school, Stivers played tight end at Moscow High School in Idaho before attending University of Idaho.

    Stivers began officiating football with the Western Washington Football Officials Association in 1996. He has served as a board member from 2011-14 and in 2016. During his time with the WWFOA, he has officiated four state finals: serving as umpire in the 2007 1B, 2010 3A, 2013 4A and 2015 2A contests. He received the WOA Meritorious Service Award in 2011 and the Tom Cross Award in 2012.

    In recent years, Stivers has also worked collegiate contests. He began working with the Northwest Intercollegiate Football Officials Association in 2011 and is currently an executive board member. He served as a line judge in the NAIA first-round playoffs in 2014 and was an alternate in the 2016 NCAA Div. II first round, quarterfinals and national championship.

    Stivers has also worked three years in the Arena Football League. He considers the highlight of his officiating career “the opportunity to work with a number of excellent men who share a passion for the sport, kids and community. To be part of the action on a Friday night or Saturday afternoon has made the journey fulfilling.”