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1 Take Part. Get Set For Life.™ National Federation of State High School Associations NFHS National Field Hockey Rules Interpretation PowerPoint

2 Rule 1-2-4c  Modified:...Officials shall not...of the game. The use of audible wireless communication devices between the two officials for officiating purposes during the game shall be permitted.  Rationale: The use of wireless communication devices for the purpose of officiating has increased around the world. The wireless device improves the communication between the two officials and allows them to call a more accurate and fair game | 2 |

3 Rule Penalty 2  Modified:…2. If a team requests a third time-out and the official stops play, the time-out shall not be granted and the coach of the requesting team shall be assessed a yellow card. There shall also be a change of possession is applicable. | 3 |

4 Rule Penalty 2 (continued)  The coach shall also remove one field player for five minutes of elapsed playing time. The designated field player may properly substitute with another field player provided that the team plays short.  Rationale: To make the penalty for requesting the third time-out more of a punitive infraction to deter coaches from deploying gamesmanship tactics. This also brings the penalty in line with other yellow- card situations. | 4 |

5 Rule  Deleted entire article. To review a possible misapplication of the rules by an official, a coach immediately requests a time-out at the officials' table. The scorer immediately notifies the near official who shall grant the time-out as soon as it is appropriate to do so.  When the time-out is granted, the coach shall confer with both officials near the center of the field. | 5 |

6 Rule (continued)  If the conference results in the official altering the ruling, the opposing coach will be notified by the official, the revision shall be made and the time-out is charged to the official. PENALTY: If the official’s…awarded the opponents.  Rationale: Coaches have used the misapplication provision simply to stop play (gamesmanship) and/or question the judgment of officials. Removing this provision will help to eliminate these behaviors. | 6 |

7 Rule 4-4-3b  Modified: EXCEPTIONS:  a. remains the same.  b. When a penalty is awarded for a foul that results in suspension or disqualification of the goalkeeper, that goalkeeper must be replaced by a properly equipped substitute goalkeeper, and her team shall reduce the number of field players by one.  c. remains the same | 7 |

8 Rule 4-4-3b (continued)  Rationale: Once the penalty corner is awarded, substitution should not be allowed. This change also brings the NFHS rule in line with the NCAA and FIH. | 8 |

9 Rule  Modified: The self-pass shall be an option on all free hits, long hits, side-ins, 16-yard hits and center passes. On all 16-yard hits, center passes, side-ins and all free hits awarded outside the 25-yard area, opponents must be 7 5 yards away. However, on long hits, free hits and side-ins awarded to the attack within the attacking 25-yard area, all players must be 7 5 yards away. | 9 |

10 Rule (continued)  Rationale: The adoption of the self-pass as an option for putting the ball into play reduced the risk to players in these situations. This rule change also brings NFHS rules in line with NCAA and FIH rules. | 10 |

11 Rule & 2  Modified: "... Combine Article 1 and Article 2 to read as follows:  ART. 1…Following any stoppage of the game clock by the officials, play shall be restarted as follows: | 11 |

12 Rule & 2 (continued)  a. If a foul was called prior to stopping the clock, the game shall be restarted by assessing the penalty for that foul.  b. If no foul was called prior to stopping the clock, play shall be restarted with a bully at or near where play on the ball ended. | 12 |

13 Rule & 2 (continued)  1) In taking the bully, each player must face her opponent, back parallel to the sideline, left shoulder toward her attacking goal, feet parallel and stick touching the ground to the right of the ball. On the official's whistle, the two players shall tap the flat faces of their sticks together once, just over the ball, after which either player is permitted to play the ball. | 13 |

14 Rule & 2 (continued)  2) Neither player taking the bully may move her feet until the ball is put into play.  3) All other players must be at least 5 yards away from the ball until it is in play.  4) When play is suspended and the ball is in the circle, a bully shall be taken at least 16 yards from the end line, at least 5 yards from the sideline and in line with the spot where the play on the ball ended. | 14 |

15 Rule & 2 (continued)  Rationale: This would simplify the restart procedure. This change would also bring the NFHS rule in line with the FIH and NCAA rules. | 15 |

16 Rule  Deleted: When a goal is scored by an illegal/ineligible player, the goal shall not count provide this is discovered prior to the center pass. Play shall be restarted with a free hit at the center of the field.  Rationale: This rule belongs in Rule 6 which addresses scoring. | 16 |

17 Rule  Modified: Any goals scored by or when an ineligible player is on the field shall not count provided this is discovered prior to the center pass. Play shall be restarted with a free hit at the center of the field.  Rationale: Clarification. | 17 |

18 Rule Penalty 2  Modified: PENALTIES:  2. For repeated rules violations during a penalty corner by the defenders, a progression of cards may be used or a penalty stroke may be awarded the attackers.  Rationale: This rule change provides definitive and progressive penalty applications for repeated violations by the defensive team. | 18 |

19 Rule 8-1 Penalty 7b & 7c (continued)  The umpire may impose a time of five or ten minutes depending on the type and severity of the foul, and the timer shall be made aware of the amount of time for the foul before play resumes. “When a goalkeeper is suspended...the goalkeeper’s suspension.” | 19 |

20 Penalties 1, 2, 3 and 5  Modified: PENALTIES:  1. First offense, a green card shall be issued to the offender and the head coach. The warning shall be recorded in the scorebook.  Rationale: This change simplifies the carding of coaches and bench personnel and aligns the steps/mechanics with those of carding players. | 20 |

21 Penalties 1, 2, 3 and 5 (continued) 2. Second offense by the same team, a yellow card shall be issued to the offender and the head coach. The warning shall be recorded in the scorebook. The head coach of the offending team shall remove one field player from the game for 5 or 10 minutes of elapsed playing time. The designated field player may properly substitute with another field player provided that the team plays short. | 21 |

22 Penalties 1, 2, 3 and 5 (continued)  3. Third offense by the same team, a red card shall be issued to the offender and the head coach. The cards shall be recorded in the scorebook. The head coach and the offender are removed from the field. The offending team shall remove one field player from the game and the team will play short for the remainder of the game.  4. Remains unchanged. | 22 |

23 Penalties 1, 2, 3 and 5 (continued)  5. For any flagrant foul, the offender(s) and the head coach shall be removed from the field and a penalty stroke shall be awarded the opponent and the team shall play short.  6. Remains unchanged.  Rationale: This change simplifies the carding of coaches and bench personnel and aligns the steps/mechanics with those of carding players. | 23 |

24 Take Part. Get Set For Life.™ National Federation of State High School Associations Major Editorial Changes

25 Rule Penalty 3  Modified:  PENALTIES:  1 & 2 remain the same.  3. If an entire team has no mouth protectors, shin guards or protective eyewear that meets the ASTM standard for field hockey, and they are not immediately available, that team shall forfeit the game.  Rationale: Clarification. | 25 |

26 Rule & 2  RULE 8 FOULS AND MISCONDUCT  SECTION 1 FOULS AND PENALTIES  ART. 1...Fouls including the following:  Sub articles a. through v. remain the same. | 26 |

27 Rule & 2 (continued)  PENALTIES:  1. For fouls outside the circle, a free hit shall be awarded the opponents.  2. For fouls by the defense inside the 25- yard line, but outside the circle, the official may award a penalty corner if the foul was deliberate. | 27 |

28 Rule & 2 (continued)  3. For fouls inside the circle by the attackers, a free hit shall be awarded the defenders; if by the defenders, a penalty corner shall be awarded the attackers. Under some circumstances a penalty stroke may be awarded. ( )  4. In the event of simultaneous fouls by opposing players: | 28 |

29 Rule & 2 (continued)  a. A bully shall be taken on the spot where the fouls or misconduct occurred, at least 5 yards from either sideline and at least 16 yards from the end line  5. If the offending team commits a foul before the awarded penalty is taken on a free hit or 16-yard hit, the penalty may be progressed up to 10 yards, upgraded and/or dealt with as misconduct. | 29 |

30 Rule & 2 (continued)  Section 2 MISCONDUCT AND PENALTIES  ART.1...Misconduct includes any player or team action which an official deems to be unsportsmanlike including, but not limited to, the following:  a. Rough or dangerous play;  b. Using abusive, insulting or foul language;  c. Taunting or baiting;  d. Intimidating actions or words; | 30 |

31 Rule & 2 (continued)  e. Unnecessary delay of game;  f. Entry/reentry of an ineligible player;  g. Goalkeeper playing outside her half of the field except for taking a penalty stroke;  h. Use of any tobacco product.  i. Deliberately removing required equipment or wearing/using illegal equipment. | 31 |

32 Rule & 2 (continued)  Note: The NFHS disapproves of any form of taunting which is intended or designed to embarrass, ridicule or demean other under any circumstances, including on the basis of race, religion, gender or national origin. | 32 |

33 Rule & 2 (continued)  PENALTIES:  1. For deliberate fouls between the 25-yard lines, an appropriate card shall be issued to the offender.  2. In all cases of misconduct during play:  a. First offense, a green card is issued as a warning to the offender. The warning shall be recorded in the scorebook. | 33 |

34 Rule & 2 (continued)  b. Second offense by the same player or a first offense involving rough and dangerous play, a deliberate foul, or other misconduct of a serious nature, a yellow card shall be issued to the offender. The offender shall be removed to the team bench area (suspension) for a minimum of five minutes of playing time, and her team shall play short during the suspension time. | 34 |

35 Rule & 2 (continued)  The umpire may impose a time of five or ten minutes depending on the type and severity of the foul and the timer shall be made aware of the amount of time for the foul before play resumes. When a goalkeeper is suspended, the coach shall remove one field player for the suspension period and the offending goalkeeper shall be replaced. | 35 |

36 Rule & 2 (continued)  The time of the suspension shall be recorded in the scorebook. The field player removed by the coach may properly substitute with another field player provided that her team continues to play short during the goalkeeper's suspension. | 36 |

37 Rule & 2 (continued)  c. Third offense by the same player, a yellow or red card is issued to the offender. If a yellow card is issued, the time must be ten (10) minutes. The time of the suspension shall be recorded in the scorebook. If a red card is issued, the offender is disqualified from the game and her team shall play short. The game shall be restarted by awarding the appropriate penalty. See Note. | 37 |

38 Rule & 2 (continued)  EXCEPTION: A disqualified goalkeeper must be replaced by another goalkeeper. The coach shall decide which field player shall leave the game in order to fulfill the penalty of the offending team playing short. However, the designated field player may properly substitute with another field player provided that the team plays short. The disqualification shall be recorded in the scorebook. | 38 |

39 Rule & 2 (continued)  d. When a player commits the same misconduct foul for which her teammate has already been carded, she may be issued the next upgraded card.  NOTE: In all cases of misconduct, the appropriate penalty shall be assessed: (1) for a foul committed outside the circle, a free hit shall be awarded the opponent; (2) for a foul committed inside the circle by the defense, a penalty corner shall be awarded the attack; | 39 |

40 Rule & 2 (continued)  (3) for a foul committed inside the circle by the attack, a free hit shall be awarded the defense.  3. If the situation warrants, the official may issue a red card on a first violation. If a red card is issued, then this is considered a flagrant foul. The offender shall be disqualified, her team shall play short, and the opposing team shall be awarded a penalty stroke. | 40 |

41 Rule & 2 (continued)  4. For any simultaneous, flagrant fouls, the offenders shall be disqualified, both teams shall play short, a penalty stroke shall be awarded each team and a bully shall be taken on the spot where the foul occurred. The bully shall be taken at least 5 yards from either sideline and at least 16 yards from the end line. | 41 |

42 Rule & 2 (continued)  5. For misconduct by a player(s) during time out, halftime, intermission or other stoppage of the game clock. The player shall be carded. If a red card is issued, the player shall be removed from the game, the team shall play short, and a penalty stroke shall be awarded. | 42 |

43 Rule & 2 (continued)  Note: If the penalty stroke is successful, play is restarted with a center pass by the team that did not score. If no goal is scored, the defenders shall be awarded a free hit 16 yards in front of the center of the goal outside the circle. | 43 |

44 Rule & 2 (continued)  When misconduct occurs during halftime intermission, "player" is defined as a person who was a player on the field at the end of the first half. The second half shall be started with a center pass. The team not having possession at the start of the game shall have possession to start the second half.  Rationale: Major editorial change and clarification. | 44 |

45 Take Part. Get Set For Life.™ National Federation of State High School Associations Officials’ Guide

46 Officials’ Guide Section I-B-8  Modified: Setting the tone:  Points #1through #7. remain the same.  8. When the officials take a time-out to review a decision, both coaches shall be informed of the outcome.  Rationale: Editorial. | 46 |

47 Officials’ Guide Section VI-5  B. Self-pass Option 5. Attacking free hits awarded within 5 yards of the circle are taken back to the nearest point, on the broken circle.  Rationale: Editorial. | 47 |

48 Officials’ Guide Section VIII-D  Modified: 2. Danger or intimidation.  The criteria…should be issued. A raised ball that travels safely through the air but is going to land unsafely should be whistled prior to landing.  Rationale: Editorial. | 48 |

49 Officials’ Guide Section VIII-G-4  4. Offense by bench personnel For any offense by the bench personnel, the head coach and the offender should be carded. If the misconduct warrants a red card, both the coach and the offending person shall be removed, the team shall be directed to remove one player from the field for the remainder of the game, and a penalty stroke is awarded to the other team.  Rationale: Clarification. | 49 |

50 Officials’ Guide Section IX-A-2  Modified: …2. Defenders crossing the end line too soon. Blow the whistle immediately. Stop the clock and reset the penalty corner. Warn the defense not to cross the line early.  Rationale: Editorial. | 50 |

51 Take Part. Get Set For Life.™ National Federation of State High School Associations 2012 Points of Emphasis

52 Use of Cards  When used properly, cards are a teaching tool. By issuing a card, the official informs players, coaches and spectators that an infraction of the rules has occurred and is being addressed. A second similar offense by a teammate may result in the next upgraded card. | 52 |

53 Use of Cards (continued)  A red card always results in disqualification of the offender, but does not necessarily result in a penalty stroke. However, flagrant fouls by players, coaches or non-participating team personnel do require red cards and penalty strokes. Officials should use cards as a game management tool. | 53 |

54 Officials’ Professionalism  The role of an official is one of tremendous responsibility and requires that the official behave in a professional manner at all times, before, during and after each contest. There are many components to behaving in a professional manner.  Officials are expected to be students of the game, with mastery of the rules and a clear understanding not only of the letter of the rule, but of the spirit and intent of each rule. | 54 |

55 Officials’ Professionalism (continued)  Timely arrival at the game, having a neat and clean uniform and appearance, being physically fit, treating coaches and players with respect, administering the rules fairly and equally – all of these contribute to a professional demeanor and make a positive impression on coaches, players and fans. | 55 |

56 Officials’ Professionalism (continued)  Officials have a responsibility to enforce the rules in a consistent manner. They do not have the right to create new rules on the field or choose which rules or rules codes they will or will not enforce.  An official’s personal opinion about the validity of a rule should not have an effect on the enforcement of the rule. There is a process in place for rules change. Officials have a voice in this process. | 56 |

57 Officials’ Professionalism (continued)  As an integral part of education-based athletics, the official’s role is critical in providing a level playing field for the students and a suitable environment in which coaches can teach and students can learn life-lessons through sport.  As an official, it is important to remember that you represent ALL officials all of the time. You are a role model – be a good one. | 57 |

58 Coaches’ Responsibilities  Head coaches are both accountable and responsible for the actions of assistant coaches and all other team personnel. Head coaches must set a good example by being respectful of opponents and game officials. | 58 |

59 Coaches’ Responsibilities (continued)  Remember that the head coach is the only coach who can legally communicate with game officials. This communication should be professional and respectful, not personal or derogatory. Coaches do not have “a right” to challenge or dispute decisions made by game officials. | 59 |

60 Coaches’ Responsibilities (continued)  Head coaches have many responsibilities. The head coach is responsible for teaching the rules and safe skills to her/his players. The head coach is responsible for ensuring that all players are legally uniformed and equipped in practices and in games.  Coaching is teaching. As teachers, coaches must always model appropriate behavior. Players, assistant coaches and even fans will mirror the behavior of their head coach. | 60 |

61 Coaches’ Responsibilities (continued)  Game officials and coaches need to work together. Each contest is another opportunity for coaches and umpires to teach not only field hockey, but also model good sporting behavior as well. The positive values that are learned will serve the players long after their athletic experience has concluded.  Game situations typically provide a coach the opportunity to identify a teachable moment to reinforce good sporting behavior. | 61 |

62 Take Part. Get Set For Life.™ National Federation of State High School Associations NFHS Coaches Certification and Education Program and Courses

63 Courses Currently Available at Core Courses Sport-Specific Courses Free Courses Elective Courses Engaging Effectively with Parents Teaching & Modeling Behavior Teaching Sports Skills NCAA Eligibility Concussion in Sports – What You Need to Know The Role of the Parent in Sport Fundamentals of Coaching First Aid for Coaches Coaching Sports in Middle School Soccer | Wrestling | Volleyball | Football Basketball | Cheer & Dance | Spirit Safety Field Hockey | Softball | Track and Field | 63 |

64 Take Part. Get Set For Life.™ National Federation of State High School Associations Thank you. Have a great season!


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