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 Executive Director: Rick Brown Liaison to the OHSBVA Board of Directors  USAV Regional Referee  PAVO State Referee  PAVO.

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2  Executive Director: Rick Brown rickmbrown@columbus.rr.com Liaison to the OHSBVA Board of Directors  USAV Regional Referee  PAVO State Referee  PAVO National Line Judge  PAVO Certified Scorekeeper  OHSBVA State Tournament Referee  OHSAA State Tournament Referee

3  State Officials Coordinator and State Rules Interpreter  Lucas Tuggle, lucastug33@yahoo.comlucastug33@yahoo.com  740-815-7708  As SOC, he will be responsible for efforts to improve officiating around state, working with each Region's lead coaches/officials, will function as State Rules Interpreter, State Officials' Secretary (management of data), head referee/evaluator at State Tournament USAV Regional Referee PAVO State Referee, National Line Judge and Certified Scorekeeper OHSAA Regional Tournament Referee OHSBVA Tournament referee

4  President of OHSBVA : Andy Feltz  Head Coach, Columbus DeSales High School  Secretary Marci Truex  Head Coach, Pickerington North High School  Treasurer: Vicki Phillips  Assistant Coach, Westerville South High School

5  Regional Referee Coordinator/Rules Interpreter Michael Chandler, mchand1895@yahoo.commchand1895@yahoo.com  USAV Regional Referee  USAV National Scorekeeper  PAVO State Referee  PAVO Certified Scorekeeper  OHSBVA State Tournament Referee  OHSAA Regional Tournament Referee  Regional Coach Rep Jay Cauley, Hilliard Davidson High School

6  Regional Referee Rep Monique Huffman, VBRef@aol.comVBRef@aol.com  OHSAA State Tournament Referee  OHSBVA State Tournament Referee  Regional Rules Interpreter Tony Hines, aj.hines57@yahoo.comaj.hines57@yahoo.com  PAVO National Referee  USAV National Referee and Scorekeeper  NCAA Tournament Referee  OHSBVA State Tournament Referee  Regional Coach Rep Craig Erford, Archbishop Alter High School

7  Regional Referee Rep/Rules Interpreter Michael Rolfes natlref@fuse.net  PAVO National Referee  USAV National Referee and Scorekeeper  OHSBVA Referee  OHSAA Referee  NCAA Tournament Referee  Regional Coach Rep Sean Tierney, Elder High School

8  Regional Referee Rep/Rules Interpreter Gary Hajek garymhajek@gmail.com  PAVO National Referee  USAV National Referee  NCAA Tournament Referee  OHSBVA State Tournament Referee  OHSAA State Tournament Referee  Regional Coach Rep Matt Mihelic, Archbishop Hoban High School

9 LET’S NOT REINVENT THE WHEEL, LET’S NOT FIX SOMETHING THAT’S NOT BROKEN, LET’S JUST MAKE IT BETTER!

10  Must attend a rules interpretation meeting to referee OHSBVA matches  $20 registration fee for all referees  Complete official’s registration form or keep website updated with current information

11  OHSBVA rules are primarily NFHS rules but there are some key rule differences  OHSBVA allows some different techniques that are considered “best practices”  What are the major differences between boys’ and girls’ high school volleyball  Refresher on rule differences each year is critical

12  R2 signs to verify correct score R2 can verify the score at the end of the match  Special time-out Referees may use up to 3 minutes for an injury timeout if the team does not have a TO, legal sub.  R2 times injury time The R2 and scorekeeper will time injury timeouts

13  R1/R2 may stop play for injured player  Signal Sequence Result, Fault  R2 whistles fault mechanics  Out off of which team  R2 mechanics when whistling a net/centerline fault  Whistle, fault, number, mirror point with R1  R1 mechanics when R2 whistles  Mirror R2 Number, award point (Show number after R2 shows to R1)

14  End of sets  Non-deciding set R1 will whistle the fault and use that sequence Will then whistle and show end of set Will then whistle again and signal switch of courts  Deciding Set R1 will whistle the fault and use that sequence Will then whistle and show end of set Will then whistle again and signal teams to benches R2 will whistle and hold the coin in air for captains to report, then R2 WILL do the coin toss

15 Illegal alignment signal used for a Libero replacement after whistle/signal for serve Illegal alignment signal communicates penalty assessed for failing to submit an accurate lineup Release teams to benches before deciding set coin toss while current floor captains come off end line for coin toss Coaches can’t stand behind bench or outside Libero replacement zone Coaches should keep out of sub zone during a set

16  Change in deciding set coin toss protocol R2 conducts coin toss on R2 side near post Teams go to end lines and are released to bench as current captains on court are directed to the R2 for coin toss  In 2016, Libero jersey rule will change to make it easier to spot Libero from any angle on the court  Libero illegally on court is loss of rally

17  Change in net fault/foul  Change in interpretation of center line violation  Substitutes being allowed to stand outside end of bench or chairs and coaching staff with them  Officials no longer concerned about players changing shirts in public area

18 Purpose: Identify officials for post-season Change some things such as coaches: – Rating every official with a “10” – Refusing to give a rating higher than “8” – Not knowing what to look during a match to rate with – Losing team using ratings to punish referees – Rating with emotion instead of objectivity – “Threatening” referees with a bad rating Selection Committee

19  Being a strong referee means that we need to know our weaknesses.  Everyone has their own weaknesses “Lets Make it Better” Section to help!  Recognize what you need to work on.  Watch the best of the best  Match facilitation vs. Personal facilitation Good, better, best. Never let it rest. Until your good is better and your better is best. -Tim Duncan

20 Facilitation: act of assisting or making easier the progress or improvement of something

21  Role of referees in a match  Who is the match about?  How do we “facilitate a match?”

22 Draw an appropriate line. Working with coaches – letting coaches coach their teams but letting them not coach the referees Coaches can’t stand behind bench or outside Libero replacement zone Coaches should keep out of sub zone during a set Penalize “Disruptive Coaching” “Answer questions, acknowledge statements and penalize insanity.”

23 Knowing the rules – Back-row attack vs. Back-row block – What institutes a back-row block vs. over the net – Signal to use – Terminology Know who is where – Best practices – Tricks Safe Signal use – Net Height – Behind line

24  Referee Role in match?  Call the obvious faults  First ball Ugly is NOT illegal Double contact is NOT illegal Think was it caught or thrown  Who has to play that ball?  Call what you can see

25  R2 can “facilitate” a match Coach Control Help calls Pace of game Making their calls

26 Know everyone's duties and roles in the match R2 – Let them make their calls, live or die. – Use their help Line Judges – Know what you can use them on and what you can’t – Are the R1’s “assistants” Scorekeepers – Use their help when needed – Match savers WE ARE A TEAM…… LET YOUR TEAMMATES DO THEIR JOB THEN......

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28 Where do you want to go, how do you want to get there? Have you topped out? Do you Expect it? How do you go from where you are to where you wanna be? And I think you have to have an enthusiasm for life. You have to have a dream, a goal. And you have to be willing to work for it. -Jimmy V

29  Do you want to be a “referee” or a “person”?  Know where officiating ranks in your life.  Know your goals in life vs. goals in officiating.  Know what officiating means to you  Officiating Family If you laugh, you think, and you cry, that's a full day. That's a heck of a day. You do that seven days a week, you're going to have something special. -Jimmy V

30 <<<< East, West, North and South region referees enjoying dinner in Huntington, WV together ^^^^ East region referees Jim Hammar and Lucas Tuggle at Disney World in Orlando, FL

31 <<<< Referees Dan Litteral, Michael Rolfes and Mary Lou Singer sharing good times with fellow referees. >>>> Referees Jeff Kline and Marc Rosen sharing a “special” time together!!! Was scared to ask what they were doing!!

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33 I don't have to wait until the next morning to regret something I did that was kinda dumb. -Bobby Knight

34  Don’t be the quote, think before you act.  Interactions with coaches  Social Media  Uniform  First Impressions  Assignor “facilitation”

35  The objective of the referee is not to get mentioned. I tell a lot of young referees that not being mentioned is king. If you can achieve that, then its been a pretty good game. Alan Lewis  You don’t notice the referee during the game unless he makes a bad call Drew Curtis


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