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Techniques and Philosophy of Refereeing. September 26 & 27, 2009 by Dr. Pat McCormick NCAA National Wrestling Officiating Coordinator. Outline. Introduction My Refereeing Philosophy Techniques Situations Home to Gym to Home. Introduction My background No bad questions

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Techniques and PhilosophyofRefereeing

September 26 & 27, 2009

by

Dr. Pat McCormick

NCAA National Wrestling Officiating Coordinator

NCAA In-Person Clinic


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Outline

  • Introduction

  • My Refereeing Philosophy

  • Techniques

  • Situations

  • Home to Gym to Home

NCAA In-Person Clinic


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  • Introduction

    • My background

    • No bad questions

    • I’m your consultant

  • My refereeing philosophy

    • Coach’s job vs. ref’s job

    • Make the call

    • Head off problems-preventive refereeing!

    • Don’t set up wrestlers

    • Don’t fraternize

    • Study the book

    • Observe referees

    • Look good

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  • Techniques

    • Defuse ‘hot’ situations

    • Starting wrestling—blowing the whistle

      • Neutral—stop rolling starts

      • Referees position

    • Restarting wrestling

      • Eyes on wrestlers

      • Don’t beg wrestlers back

    • Where does ref stand during wrestling

      • Neutral

      • On mat

      • During NFs and Pins

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  • Signals

    • Use them

  • Recognizing and calling stalling

    • Encourage vs. coaching

    • Last 20 seconds of match

    • The overpowering wrestler

    • Pushing

    • Blocking

    • Verbalizing vs. coaching

    • Tappers at tournaments

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  • Situations

    • “Scream rule”

    • Locked hands

    • Fleeing

    • Out of bounds

    • Stand up from bottom

      • Block vs. being not able

    • Position during pinning

    • Pinning area over line with no supporting parts inbounds

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  • Home-to-gym-to-home

    • Dual meets

      • Coach, safety, table, pre-match duties, post-match duties

    • Tournaments

      • Safety, tables, refs

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