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NCAA Soccer Rules; Windy Conditions

Published on September 22, 2012 in General

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2012-2013 NCAA Men's and Women's Soccer Rules

The following interpretation of the NCAA Soccer Rules from Ken Andres, NCAA Soccer Secretary – Rules Editor, is provided: Windy day and turf field so it was difficult to place ball without it moving because of wind.  Coaches wanted to know if it was legal to have a teammate place a finger on ball to prevent […]

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NCAA Rules Advisory: Red Card Reporting

Published on September 16, 2012 in General

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2012-2013 NCAA Men's and Women's Soccer Rules

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 General

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2012-2013 NCAA Men's and Women's Soccer Rules

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 General

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2012-2013 NCAA Men's and Women's Soccer Rules

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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2012-2013 NFHSA Soccer Rules Changes Video

The NISOA Interscholastic Division, in cooperation and with the support of the National Federation of State High School Associations, has prepared a 2012-2013 rules changes video for high school soccer. The video can be viewed in the Interscholastic Instruction section of our web site. Please be aware that the rules changes video is very large […]

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2012-2013 NCAA Soccer Rules

Published on July 30, 2012 in General

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2012-2013 NCAA Men

The 2012-2013 NCAA Soccer Rules have been published and will be mailed to NISOA members no later than August 17, 2012. You may download the electronic version of the Rules from our web site now.

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2012 NISOA Comparative Rules Guide is Now Available

The 2012 NISOA Comparative Rules Guide has been updated to include the NCAA Soccer Rules changes as approved by the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel. Both of these documents are also available in our Forms directory.

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2012-2013 NCAA Soccer Rules Changes Summary

The final edited version of the 2012-2013 NCAA soccer rules changes summary is now available for download/viewing. The summary is also available on the Forms directory of our web site.

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New Rules Question Page

Published on September 1, 2011 in Instruction

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Rules Book Cover

We receive a lot of comments and emails regarding the NCAA Soccer Rules and interpretations. In response, we created a new page just for rules questions and interpretations. NISOA Executive Director and long time NCAA Soccer Secretary-Rules Editor, C. Cliff McCrath and newly appointed NCAA Soccer Secretary-Rules Editor, Ken Andres will be answering questions about […]

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Cliff McCrath

Ladies and Gentlemen of NISOA, greetings from the Emerald City – Seattle – where the sun has been shining for more than seven days this summer. (Summer was on a Tuesday last year!) Unfortunately, I haven’t been there much to enjoy it. But I have enjoyed getting to know an ever-expanding number of you as […]

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