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How To Be An “R”. 2-12-14. AGENDA. Day Before Game Pre-Game During The Game After The Game. Day Before Game. Communicate with crew about: Where to meet When to meet ( approx 25 mins before gametime ) What to wear (have your patches!) Provide Cell Phone numbers in case issues arise

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How to be an r

How To Be An “R”

2-12-14


Agenda

AGENDA

  • Day Before Game

  • Pre-Game

  • During The Game

  • After The Game


Day before game

Day Before Game

  • Communicate with crew about:

    • Where to meet

    • When to meet (approx 25 mins before gametime)

    • What to wear (have your patches!)

  • Provide Cell Phone numbers in case issues arise

  • Set the expectation!!!


Pre game w crew

Pre-Game (w/ crew)

  • Meet 25 mins before gametime

  • All games are important! Do not take any game lightly

  • Converse with your crew:

    • About who the coaches are

    • Your expectation for the game intensity

    • Any potential things that might arise

    • If required…ask your crew to be prepared to discuss situations (i.e. Faceoffs / Crease Play / Head Shots). Get them engaged. Make it a conversation, not a lecture!

  • Discuss any special situations regarding the game, the field, or rules clarifications

  • TRY to come onto the field without a bag…it makes it easier to get off the field at the end.


Pre game w coaches

Pre-Game (w/ Coaches)

  • Home Team 1st

    • Find the Head Coach and Introduce yourself 1st / partner(s) 2nd

    • Provide Game Cards – REQUIRED(Coaches have a right to know who you are)!

    • Request Captains and In-Home

    • Certify “That all players are equipped per NFHS rules”

    • Discuss special situations (Anthem / Half-Time / Sr. Night / Field Situations)

  • Visiting Team 2nd

    • Repeat above, and ensure that the Head Coach is aware of the special situations discussed above

  • LACROSSE IS A COMMUNITY. BE FRIENDLY, BUT RESPECT THE BOUNDARIES.

  • PERCEPTION IS OFTEN FAR WORSE THAN REALITY

  • Talk to the Table:

    • Set your expectations regarding end of quarters / penalties

    • Set your expectations regarding the book – penalties and goals!

  • Captains:

    • Introduce crew

    • Introduce the teams

    • Shake hands / flip the coin

    • Identify the outcome


During the game

During the Game

  • Line Up

    • Introduce yourself and the crew

    • Set the expectation

    • Get the game going!

  • The “R’s” major responsibility during the game is to help resolve any issues amongst the crew. The “R” has the final say!

  • The Officiating Crew has the responsibility ON FIELD

    • OFF FIELD issues are to be dealt with by the Home Team DSA or AD. Don’t take off field stuff into your own hands

  • Communicate with the coaches. Be Respectful.

    • Understand the roles and responsibilities of the HC and Asst. Coaches

  • Communicate with the crew…provide feedback (not criticism) as needed. Be Respectful!

  • Finish the game! Get off the field! Go Home!


But wait there might be more after the game

But Wait…There Might Be More…After the Game

  • Finish the game! Get off the field!

  • Communicate with the crew…provide feedback (not criticism) as needed. Be Respectful!

    • If there is feedback for everyone, provide it

    • If there is an issue with a specific Official, provide feedback 1-on-1

    • If there is a “major” issue, discuss with Rob/Marty

  • Ejections / Major Issues (On field or Off) / Special Situations

    • Report to Rob / Marty

    • Be DETAILED (ensure you have #s/names)

    • Other issues (field/bench personnel/coaches etc.)

  • AND…


Some rules to live by

Some Rules To Live By….


10 commandments of officiating harold buck

10 Commandments of Officiating (Harold Buck)

  • Thou shall communicate

  • Thou shalt be a great dead-ball official

    • Live Ball Officiating = Reactive

    • Dead Ball Officiating = Proactive

    • Avoid Coaching

  • Thou shalt prevent problems

  • Thou shalt know how to use the “lesser foul”

    • Understanding is CRITICAL…know when to escalate or de-escalate

  • Thou shalt protect player safety

    • HEAD SHOTS / HEAD SHOTS / HEAD SHOTS

  • Thou shalt not be “too good”

  • Thou shalt be aware of the situation

  • Thou shalt be professional

  • Thou shalt cover your butt

  • Thou shalt enjoy yourself


The 5 b s bob duggan

The 5 B’s (Bob Duggan)

  • Be Early

  • Be In Shape

  • Be the Rules and Mechanics Expert

  • Be in Perfect Uniform

  • Be a Trainer


Marc tic toc tillman

MARC (Tic-Toc Tillman)

  • Mechanics

  • Appearance

  • Rules

  • Communication


Finally

FINALLY….


Have a

Have A…

or

…And do it again the next day!


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