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Video Instruction - Challenge in the Attacking Third

The importance of understanding the different types of fouls that occur is essential in college soccer. The officiating team needs to be able to discern between incidents that are fouls and those that include misconduct.

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Video Instruction – Offside Decision

Published on October 26, 2018 in Video Clip

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Video Instruction - Offside Decision

Offside decisions can lead to critical match incidents such as allowing or disallowing a goal. The officiating team must work together to get these decisions correct.

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Video Instruction – Offside

Published on October 18, 2018 in Video Clip

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Video Instruction - Offside

NCAA Soccer Rule 11.3.3 states that a player shall not be declared offside if the player receives the ball from a deliberate play from a defender. Rule 11.3.3.1 states that a “deliberate act is one in which a player chooses to act, regardless of the outcome of that action. This deliberate act is neither a […]

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Video Instruction - Differentiating Misconduct

This edition of our Video Instruction series focuses on the importance of being able to identify and properly categorize misconduct according to the NCAA College Soccer Rules. This video includes two different clips to help understand the different types of misconduct and how the NCAA Soccer Rules, specifically Video Review, may apply in these cases.

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Video Instruction – Promising Attack

Published on September 13, 2018 in Video Clip

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Video Instruction - Promising Attack

You may recognize this referee.

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Video Instruction – Handling

Published on August 31, 2018 in Video Clip

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Video Instruction - Handling

Special thanks to NISOA Hall of Famer, Brian Hall and Esse Baharmast for their continued support of our instructional program.

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