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1 New Hampshire Soccer July 28, 2012 NH Soccer Officials Association

2 Sportsmanship Data Sportsmanship Follow Up Tournament Assignment Process Officials Feedback Form Contact Information Agenda

3 Sportsmanship Data DISQUALIFICATIONS BOY'SGirls 3 YCSVVCoachTotal3 YCSVVCoachTotal

4 Sportsmanship Data Yellow Cards BoysGirlsTotal

5 Sportsmanship Follow-Up Tier 1: Schools with 8+ cards (yellow and/or red) for boy’s soccer and 4+ cards (yellow and/or red) for girl’s soccer will receive a sportsmanship letter. Any school with 2+ red cards will receive a sportsmanship letter.

6 Sportsmanship Follow-Up Tier 2: Schools with both a boy’s and girl’s program which meet the criteria for Tier 1 will receive a sportsmanship letter addressing the concern for both programs. Tier 3: Schools having a 3 year history meeting the criteria for Tier 1 will receive a letter to schedule a meeting with the Sportsmanship Committee to discuss corrective action.

7 Tournament Assignment Process The Supervisor of Officials chooses tournament officials for the preliminary and quarterfinal rounds of the state soccer tournament. The Soccer Committee Chair solicits recommendations for the semifinal and final rounds of the state soccer tournament from the NHSOA Executive Board. All recommendations are then reviewed by the Soccer Committee as a whole with final assignments determined by the Committee Chair. The criteria used in selecting tournament officials includes (not in prioritized order): Communication Skills Fitness Game Control/Flow Rules Knowledge/Application

8 Soccer Officials Feedback Form

9 Communication Skills - Communicates well with both players & coaches. Is approachable to players /coaches. Fitness - Always keeps up with play, good field positioning, in position to make calls. Game Control /Flow- Calls Fouls, Allowed Game Flow, In Charge Understands Advantage/Disadvantage and uses “Play on” appropriately. Works cooperatively with partner(s). Rules Knowledge/Application - Applied rules fairly, understands intent of rules, makes correct calls. Tournament Qualified Level - 1= Regular season varsity 2= Preliminary or Quarterfinal Tournament Level (specify in comments) 3= Semifinal or Final Tournament Level (3 person AR1 or AR2) 4 = Semifinal Tournament Level (3 person Referee) 5 = Final Tournament Level (3 person Referee)

10 SOCCER COMMITTEE MEMBERS Steve Beals, Chair Cell: (603) Office: (603) x 2509 Steve Beals, Alvirne; Glenn Ahrens, Pinkerton; Kerry Boles, Pinkerton; Tony Drapeau, Lin-Wood; Jon Hall, Con-Val; Joshua Hils, Coe-Brown; Chris Kelley, Hopkinton; Mike Kelley, Profile; Peter Perich, Manchester Memorial; Dave Pinkham, Gilford


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