New video on the College faceoff mechanic that has application at the High School level. While we can ignore the discussion about faceoff violations there are a number of good tips we can incorporate.
The play on has always been a tricky technique for new officials to master. Typically, rookies are told to wait and see if a player who has been offended will gain possession. If it does not seem likely that he will gain possession, kill the play. They are warned, “don’t let a play on go more »
Without a doubt, the most confusing section of the lacrosse rule book is Rule 7-6: Simultaneous Fouls. Many veteran officials make these calls incorrectly without realizing it, because in few cases do the coaches—or anyone else watching the game—understand the correct enforcement. Of course, that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t be trying to make the more »