Ejection Violations in Intercollegiate Soccer

Published on September 20, 2019

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Prepared for NAIA by NISOA. Thanks to Bob Lade at NAIA and Dr. Todd Abraham, NISOA Senior Director of Instruction.

2 Responses to “Ejection Violations in Intercollegiate Soccer”

  1. ROXIN ZHANG says:

    In the video demonstrating fighting, it seems unfair to penalize Blue #8 as fighting since after his foul he just kept running away, not participating in any fighting action at all.

    • Todd Abraham Todd Abraham says:

      Thanks Roxin for your comment. Had the situation not escalated to the level it did, it may have warranted simply a VB red card, but Blue #8’s action initiated the fight and therefore he needs to be sanctioned accordingly