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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8 Responses to “Video Instruction – Differentiating Misconduct”

  1. erniefisher says:

    These clips are clearly beneficial and should be REQUIRED for ALL officials to review and reply in order to obtain consistency. Make it happen!!!

  2. Jose Cordova says:

    Great clips. Thanks.

  3. Daniel M. Sobieski says:

    I found the discussion thorough.

  4. John Kipp says:

    Please keep sending as many of these as you can. As a very long time referee, having these clips in my early years would have been of tremendous help for my foul recognition and misconduct concerns. New referee’s will certainly be helped as they manage the collegiate game and us “old timers” appreciate the refreshers. WELL DONE!

  5. pbowman says:

    these clips have improved my concept of awareness, and the importance of teamwork (foul behind back).

  6. Lucio says:

    excellent videos. keep on bringing them to us
    there is always an opportunity to learn

    Lucio

    • Lance VanHaitsma Lance VanHaitsma says:

      All,

      Thank you for your feedback.

      More installments to the Video Instructional Series are currently in production.

      Stay Tuned