2010 NFHS Rules Changes

Published on May 1, 2010 in Instruction

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For Immediate Release                              Contact: Mark Koski INDIANAPOLIS, IN (May 1, 2010) — The official signals used for high school soccer have been modified to reflect common practice. This was one of 11 changes approved by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Soccer Rules Committee at its January […]

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2010 NISOA National Convention Agenda

Published on April 20, 2010 in General

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2010 NISOA National Convention Agenda

The 2010 NISOA National Convention will be held from July 15, 2010 through July 18, 2010 at the Comfort Suites in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The convention is a highlight of the annual NISOA calendar and includes social, instructional and organizational events. Registration forms are available on the home page of our web site.The agenda for the […]

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April 2010 Instructional Articles

Published on April 8, 2010 in Instruction

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April 2010 Instructional Articles

The April 2010 edition of soccer referee instructional articles is now available. This month we are including articles for the intercollegiate referee, the interscholastic referee and in Nuts and Bolts articles that address those basic techniques, procedures, practice alternatives, and skills that are often forgotten or overlooked while going through the experiences of soccer refereeing. […]

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NISOA and the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs are pleased to announce that attendees who successfully complete any one of the 2010 National Referee Clinics or the 2010 NISOA Referee Training Camp may apply for graduate or undergraduate credit. The National Referee Clinic is eligible for 2 credits. The NISOA Referee Training Camp is […]

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From the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Soccer Rules Committee: INDIANAPOLIS, IN (March 23, 2010) — The official signals used for high school soccer have been modified to reflect common practice. This was one of 11 changes approved by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Soccer Rules Committee at […]

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NRP Badge

The 2010 National Referee Program Clinic Guide is now available.  The purpose of this guide is to provide you with some pre-information regarding the NRP clinics. Our communication, conduct and cooperation, from each participant, are expected to make each clinic session a successful and memorable event. Official Sports Inc. will be present at all NRP […]

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NISOA Auxiliary

The NISOA Auxiliary has announced the following events during the NISOA National Convention in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania from July 15 through July 18, 2010: Friday, July 16, 2010 Auxiliary Picture taken at 9:30 AM in the hotel lobby. Shopping at Peddler’s Village. Leave hotel at 10 AM. Saturday July 17, 2010 Visit and tour the Burnside […]

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2009 Preseason Guide and Rules Comparison

Published on January 2, 2010 in Instruction

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2009 Preseason Guide and Rules Comparison

The 2009 NISOA Preseason Guide (pdf) and USSF/NISOA/NFHS Rules Comparative Study (pdf) are available for download.

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2010 NISOA National Referee Program Certification and Recertification

The deadline for the 2010 NATIONAL REFEREE PROGRAM certification/re-certification for applicants, candidates and national referees is April 2, 2010. Effective in 2010, all applicants must meet the requirements established for certification or recertification for the NISOA National Referee Program in each of the following criteria: The NISOA Physical Fitness Test, with an overall grade of […]

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NCAA Substitutions

Published on October 16, 2009 in Instruction

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NCAA Substitutions

From Cliff McCrath: Not sure how ‘inconsistency’ slipped into the situation. Rule 3.6.2. is explicit: If the LEADING team makes a substitution the clock stops. No debate. It doesn’t matter whether the losing team initiates substitutions or is substituting on its own or chooses to substitute at the same time…the minute a substitute from the […]

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