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NCAA Soccer Ejection Reporting Procedures

Published on September 30, 2014 in

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The following note was written by Ken Andres, NCAA Soccer Secretary Rules Editor and is reprinted from the NCAA Soccer Central Hub. (more…)

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NCAA Soccer Rules Refresher; Suspensions

Published on September 26, 2012 in

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We received the following question about player suspensions: What is the penalty if a player receives a 3rd red card in a Season?  I know the player is suspended for two matches after the second red card, but what happens on red card #3?  Does the player still have a 2 game suspension?  These red […]

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NCAA Rules Advisory: Red Card Reporting

Published on September 16, 2012 in

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To: NISOA Officials From: Ken Andres NCAA Soccer Secretary Rules Editor R. 12.3 requires the center referee to electronically file a red card report for all ejections within 24 hours of completion of the game. This rule applies to all games officiated under NCAA rules ( NCAA, NAIA, NCCAA and NJCAA). In addition to filing […]

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Artificial Noisemakers and Red Card Reporting

Published on September 13, 2012 in

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TO:    Head Men’s and Women’s Soccer Coaches and Conference Commissioners. FROM:  Ken Andres, secretary-rules editor – NCAA Men’s and Women’s Soccer Rules Committee. SUBJECT:  Update on artificial noisemakers and red card reporting. Included in this memorandum is a revised official interpretation of Rule 5.6.9 in regards to artificial noisemakers and pep bands, as well as an update on the […]

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NCAA Soccer Rules; Overtime and Fight Protocols

Published on September 11, 2012 in

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From Kenneth G. Andres, NCAA Soccer Secretary-Rules Editor Overtime and Fight Protocols Referees do not have discretion to change any playing rule. (See Rule 5.4.6.) 1. OVERTIME PROCEDURES Rule 7.1.1. For regular-season games, two sudden-victory overtime periods of 10 minutes each shall be played. This procedure must be followed, regardless of whether or not the […]

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Headline News! Referee and Regional Rep In ‘Jail’! Potential for more protests grow with careless follow-up procedures… Quick actions needed at all levels… The season is well underway and profiles (in power ratings) are beginning to take shape throughout men’s and women’s soccer. Without naming schools, the usual suspects are beginning to rise to their […]

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Coaching During Injury

Published on October 8, 2010 in

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Coaching During Injury

Situation: A player is injured on the field and the referee calls the coach on the field. The coach begins coaching the other players while dealing with the injury. This is a violation of rule 12.14.1. “Athletic trainers and coaches may enter the field only if instructed to do so by the referee; however, it […]

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Isolating a Player to Handle Misconduct

Published on September 11, 2010 in

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Isolating a Player to Handle Misconduct

An article was included in the September 2010 instructional articles on the NISOA Web Site about suggested ways to isolate a player when handling misconduct, or potential misconduct. Based on some comments received, there may be additional successful suggestions for isolating a player by the Referee. If you have a suggested mechanic that has worked […]

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