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1 Ross Meloan, National Clinician National Instruction Program National Intercollegiate Soccer Officials Association © NISOA 2014 NCAA Rule Fighting Fighting RecognitionPenaltiesReporting 1

2 Ross Meloan, National Clinician National Instruction Program National Intercollegiate Soccer Officials Association © NISOA 2014 NCAA Rule Fighting Fighting is defined on page 58 of NCAA Soccer Rules and Interpretations Violations Fighting. Definition: A fight is defined as a deliberate strike or punch or an attempt to strike or punch another player, official, coach or bench personnel. These acts include, but are not limited to, kicking, head-butting, hair pulling or an open-handed strike if done deliberately and in a malicious manner. 2

3 Ross Meloan, National Clinician National Instruction Program National Intercollegiate Soccer Officials Association © NISOA 2014 NCAA Rule Fighting 3

4 Ross Meloan, National Clinician National Instruction Program National Intercollegiate Soccer Officials Association © NISOA 2014 NCAA Rule Fighting When a fight does break out: Safety of all players is our number one concern! Do what you can, short of physical contact, to separate participants; use closest AR if necessary Remember that coaches can come off the bench to assist Identifying players involved may require assistance Take your time and involve rest of the officiating crew, if necessary 4

5 Ross Meloan, National Clinician National Instruction Program National Intercollegiate Soccer Officials Association © NISOA 2014 NCAA Rule Fighting When a fight does break out……(con’t) Accurately record in your book, time, player(s) ejected Report to the coaches, scorer and players that an ejection for fighting has been issuedReport to the coaches, scorer and players that an ejection for fighting has been issued At the conclusion of the game be sure that the official box score indicates the ejection was for fightingAt the conclusion of the game be sure that the official box score indicates the ejection was for fighting 5

6 Ross Meloan, National Clinician National Instruction Program National Intercollegiate Soccer Officials Association © NISOA 2014 NCAA Rule Fighting After the game and within 24 hours Electronically complete and file Fight Report form found on the NCAA Central Hub 6

7 Ross Meloan, National Clinician National Instruction Program National Intercollegiate Soccer Officials Association © NISOA 2014 NCAA Rule Fighting Click here! 7

8 Ross Meloan, National Clinician National Instruction Program National Intercollegiate Soccer Officials Association © NISOA 2014 NCAA Rule Fighting Use this “user name and password” to sign into the Red Card form! Click here after noting the information below 8

9 Ross Meloan, National Clinician National Instruction Program National Intercollegiate Soccer Officials Association © NISOA 2014 NCAA Rule Fighting The rest is up to you! 9

10 Ross Meloan, National Clinician National Instruction Program National Intercollegiate Soccer Officials Association © NISOA 2014 NCAA Rule Fighting Summary: Accuracy is criticalAccuracy is critical Take your time to get the details rightTake your time to get the details right Use the officiating team to get the detailsUse the officiating team to get the details Record details in your book and confirm with officiating crewRecord details in your book and confirm with officiating crew Report to scorekeeper that the ejection was for fightingReport to scorekeeper that the ejection was for fighting Report to coaches and player(s) involved that the ejection was for fightingReport to coaches and player(s) involved that the ejection was for fighting Confirm details on the box score before signingConfirm details on the box score before signing Report details on the NCAA Central Hub within 24 hoursof the conclusion of the gameReport details on the NCAA Central Hub within 24 hours of the conclusion of the game 10


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