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2014 rule changes

Post by Geezaldinho on Fri May 16, 2014 9:21 am

Nothing earth shattering, except maybe that coaches can communicate by electronic means. I suspect we won't be seeing Garrett stalking the sidelines with Mickey Mouse earphones on, though.

From the referee's association:
The NCAA has now announced the changes in the collegiate soccer rules for the 2014 and 2015 seasons and a new rule book is now going to press. None of the changes are significant regarding on-field play; most are administrative or editorial changes. Listed below are the changes effective this fall season:

1. Last year hash marks off of the goal line and 11 yards from the corner flag were mandated and if not corrected, the game could not be played. This year, while such marks are still mandatory, if they cannot be corrected, the game will be played and the referee must file a report with the governing sports authority.

2. The jurisdiction of the game officials now begins when he/she arrives at the game site and at least 30 minutes before the scheduled kick off time.

3. The game or period now ends when the horn sounds or the clock reaches zero in the event of no horn sounding.

4. In playoffs or other matches where kicks from the penalty spot are required, each team selects 10 kickers and in the event that there is no winner at the end of 10 kicks, the order of the original kickers may be changed.

5. Coaches listed on the roster and on the game site may communicate with each other by electronic means.

6. Punishment for successive red cards has been modified and while this does not directly concern the officials, you will find the new modifications in Rule 12.15 of the rule book.

While the changes are few in number, each NISOA officials should re-read the entire book to refresh his/her memory and also review the Points of Emphasis listed in the book. You may download the 2014-2015 NCAA Rules Changes presentation below.

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Re: 2014 rule changes

Post by purple passion on Fri May 16, 2014 11:25 am

Thanks, Geez....I will have to look up Rule 12.15 since I don't have a copy of the rules. I will assume that it is available on Google.

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Re: 2014 rule changes

Post by Geezaldinho on Fri May 16, 2014 2:29 pm

purple passion wrote:Thanks, Geez....I will have to look up Rule 12.15 since I don't have a copy of the rules.  I will assume that it is available on Google.

Here was the 2012-2013 version.

12.15 Card Accumulation Examples and Rulings
Note: It is not possible for any player to accumulate more than one yellow card in a single game. (See Rule 5.6.4.)

Yellow Cards—Regular Season

Example A: A player enters a game with three (3) yellow cards, receives a caution (yellow) and later in the game is cautioned (yellow) again. The referee shows the yellow followed by a red card and ejects the player. (See Rule 5.6.4 and A.R. 12.11.1.e.) Result: The player now has accumulated four (4) yellow cards and one (1) red card and shall sit out one (1) game for the red card.

Example B: The player from Example A sits out one (1) game and returns only to receive a caution (yellow) and, later in the same game, receives a second caution (yellow). The referee shows the yellow followed by a red card since it was the second card in the same game to the same player. (See Rule 5.6.4 and A.R. 12.11.1.e.) Result: The player now has accumulated five (5) yellow cards and two (2) red cards and shall miss the next three games.
Explanation: The player shall sit one game for accumulating five (5) yellow cards (see Rule 12.11.1) and two additional games for accumulating two (2) red cards. (See Rule 12.12.1.)

Additional Yellow Cards and Fighting Red Cards


Example C: The player in Examples A and B satisfies the three-game suspension requirement only to receive a yellow card in each of the next two games in which he or she plays. The card accumulation now stands at seven (7) yellows and two (2) reds. The player enters the next regular-season game and receives a caution (yellow) and later is ejected for fighting. Result: Player misses the next four (4) games.
Explanation: The player sits one (1) game for accumulating the third yellow. The yellow-card total is now eight (8 ). The player sits one (1) game after the first five (5); one (1) game after the next three (3) yellow cards; and one (1) game for every two (2) cards thereafter. The player sits two (2) games for the fighting red card and one (1) additional game for the previous red card. Total: 4—one game for three (3) yellows; one (1) for previous red; and two (2) for the fighting red.

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