2013 NISOA Auxiliary Convention Events

Published on March 11, 2013 in General

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The NISOA Auxiliary has announced their plans while attending the 2013 National Convention in Englewood, CO from July 17-21, 2013.  On Friday, July 19, the group will depart at 9:15 AM and visit the Denver Botanical Gardens.  The admission to the gardens is $12.50 and $9.50 for senior citizens.  The group will return at 3:00 […]

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March 2013 NISOA Newsletter

Published on March 1, 2013 in General

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March 2013 NISOA Newsletter

The March 2013 edition of the NISOA newsletter is now available. This newsletter features articles from new NISOA President, Todd Abraham, information about the NISOA Annual Convention in Denver, Colorado which celebrates NISOA’s 50th anniversary, recent NISOA awards recipients and plenty of pictures.

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The partnership between NISOA and the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) dates back to NISOA’s foundation. Each year, NISOA recognizes outstanding achievement and sportsmanship by interscholastic and intercollegiate soccer coaches at the NSCAA’s national convention award banquet. In addition to presenting the Ray Bernabei Honor Award to Manuel Ortiz, Jr. this year, NISOA […]

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Manuel Ortiz, Jr. received the NISOA Ray Bernabei Honor Award at the National Soccer Coaches Association of America meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana on January 18, 2013. Tom Richardson, NISOA Associate Director for Membership, made the presentation at the NSCAA Awards Dinner. Manny was the president of NISOA from 2011 through 2012. He is a former […]

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From Ken Andres, NCAA Soccer Secretary – Rules Editor: I am pleased to announce that Todd Abraham has been accepted by the NCAA to serve as the Active Referee Liaison to the NCAA Soccer Rules Committee. This is a newly established position by the rules committee and allows a NISOA member an active part in […]

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

Conference playoffs have started and the NCAA playoffs are just a few weeks away. Playoff officials should take a few minutes to review the tiebreaking procedure in Rule 7.1.1.1. Overtime procedures are different from the regular season.  For postseason games, including conference tournaments, two sudden-victory overtime periods of 10 minutes each shall be played.  If […]

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2012 NCAA Soccer Playoffs Regional Assignors

Published on September 28, 2012 in General

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From:  Ryan Cigich – NCAA National Coordinator, Men’s & Women’s Soccer The following individuals have been named as NCAA Regional Assignors for 2012.  They will be assisting me with assignments within their region. REGION 1:  Northeast – Joe Miller States:  Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont REGION 2: South Atlantic – […]

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NCAA Soccer Rules Refresher; Suspensions

Published on September 26, 2012 in General

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

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

We received the following question regarding substitutions during the last five minutes of the game: During the last five minutes of regulation the Team leading has a sub checked in, before the ball is out of play on a throw in the losing Team has a Sub check in. Both teams have subs checked in […]

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NCAA Soccer Rules; Windy Conditions

Published on September 22, 2012 in General

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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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