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Scorebook and Table Training. Table Training. NCAA & THSLL Rule 1, Section 25 – Game Administration Rule 2, Section 11 – Timekeeper Rule 2, Section 12 – Scorer Rule 4, Section 23 – Special Substitution Rule 7, section 1 – Penalty Procedure Rule 7, section 2 – Penalty time

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table training
Table Training
  • NCAA & THSLL
    • Rule 1, Section 25 – Game Administration
    • Rule 2, Section 11 – Timekeeper
    • Rule 2, Section 12 – Scorer
    • Rule 4, Section 23 – Special Substitution
    • Rule 7, section 1 – Penalty Procedure
    • Rule 7, section 2 – Penalty time
    • Rule 7, section 12 – Mistakes by officials
    • THSLL policies
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Table Training
  • Rule 1, section 25 in the NCAA rulebook:
      • The home team is required to provide a working horn (hand-held or as part of scoreboard) to be used at the scorers table
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Table Training
  • Rule 1, section 25 in the NCAA rulebook:
      • The home team is required to provide a working horn (hand-held or as part of scoreboard)to be used at the scorers table to signify substitutions(coaches must request a horn and only when the ball goes out of bounds on the sides, not end lines).
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Table Training
  • Rule 1, section 25 in the NCAA rulebook:
      • The home team is required to provide a working horn (hand-held or as part of scoreboard)to be used at the scorers table to signify substitutions (coaches must request a horn and only when the ball goes out of bounds on the sides, not end lines).Failing to provide such a horn or a working clock shall be penalized by illegal procedure.
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Table Training
  • Rule 1, section 25 in the NCAA rulebook:
      • The home team is required to provide a working horn (hand-held or as part of scoreboard)to be used at the scorers table to signify substitutions (coaches must request a horn and only when the ball goes out of bounds on the sides, not end lines).Failing to provide such a horn or a working clock shall be penalized by illegal procedure. When there is a discrepancy between the penalty clock at the table and the game clock, the game clock shall be the official clock.
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Table Training
  • Rule 1, section 25 in the NCAA rulebook:
      • The home team is required to provide a working horn (hand-held or as part of scoreboard)to be used at the scorers table to signify substitutions (coaches must request a horn and only when the ball goes out of bounds on the sides, not end lines).Failing to provide such a horn or a working clock shall be penalized by illegal procedure.When there is a discrepancy between the penalty clock at the table and the game clock, the game clock shall be the official clock. If the scoreboard clock malfunctions, the referee shall designate the clock at the sideline table as the official game clock.
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Table Training
  • Rule 2, section 11 in the NCAA rulebook:
      • The home team shall provide an official timekeeper
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Table Training
  • Rule 2, section 11 in the NCAA rulebook:
      • The home team shall provide an official timekeeper,who should be onsite at least 20 minutes before the game. The timekeeper will assume the following duties:
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Table Training
  • Rule 2, section 11 in the NCAA rulebook:
      • The home team shall provide an official timekeeper,who should be onsite at least 20 minutes before the game. The timekeeper will assume the following duties:
        • Keep an accurate account of the time of each period;
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Table Training
  • Rule 2, section 11 in the NCAA rulebook:
      • The home team shall provide an official timekeeper,who should be onsite at least 20 minutes before the game. The timekeeper will assume the following duties:
        • Keep an accurate account of the time of each period;to keep an accurate account of penalty time;
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Table Training
  • Rule 2, section 11 in the NCAA rulebook:
      • The home team shall provide an official timekeeper,who should be onsite at least 20 minutes before the game. The timekeeper will assume the following duties:
        • Keep an accurate account of the time of each period;to keep an accurate account of penalty time;and to inform the penalized player(s) when the penalty time has expired.
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Table Training
  • Rule 2, section 11 in the NCAA rulebook:
      • The home team shall provide an official timekeeper,who should be onsite at least 20 minutes before the game. The timekeeper will assume the following duties:
        • Keep an accurate account of the time of each period;to keep an accurate account of penalty time; and to inform the penalized player(s) when the penalty time has expired.Recommend: 1 person to keep penalty time and another person to keep the game clock
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Table Training
  • Rule 2, section 11 in the NCAA rulebook:
      • The home team shall provide an official timekeeper,who should be onsite at least 20 minutes before the game. The timekeeper will assume the following duties:
        • Keep an accurate account of the time of each period;to keep an accurate account of penalty time; and to inform the penalized player(s) when the penalty time has expired.Recommend: 1 person to keep penalty time and another person to keep the game clock
        • At sites where there is no visible game clock with an automatic horn, the time keeper shall notify the nearest official 20 seconds before the end of all periods and sound an air horn at the end of the period.
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Table Training
  • Rule 2, section 11 in the NCAA rulebook:
      • The home team shall provide an official timekeeper,who should be onsite at least 20 minutes before the game. The timekeeper will assume the following duties:
        • Keep an accurate account of the time of each period;to keep an accurate account of penalty time; and to inform the penalized player(s) when the penalty time has expired.Recommend: 1 person to keep penalty time and another person to keep the game clock
        • At sites where there is no visible game clock with an automatic horn, the time keeper shall notify the nearest official 20 seconds before the end of all periods and sound an air horn at the end of the period.Officials will let you know if they want additional time notifications.
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Table Training
  • Rule 2, section 11 in the NCAA rulebook:
      • The home team shall provide an official timekeeper,who should be onsite at least 20 minutes before the game. The timekeeper will assume the following duties:
        • Keep an accurate account of the time of each period;to keep an accurate account of penalty time; and to inform the penalized player(s) when the penalty time has expired.Recommend: 1 person to keep penalty time and another person to keep the game clock
        • At sites where there is no visible game clock with an automatic horn, the time keeper shall notify the nearest official 20 seconds before the end of all periods and sound an air horn at the end of the period.Officials will let you know if they want additional time counts.
        • For the fourth period, the time keeper shall notify the nearest official two minutes and 10 seconds before the end of the period.
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Table Training
  • Rule 2, section 11 in the NCAA rulebook:
      • The home team shall provide an official timekeeper,who should be onsite at least 20 minutes before the game. The timekeeper will assume the following duties:
        • Keep an accurate account of the time of each period;to keep an accurate account of penalty time; and to inform the penalized player(s) when the penalty time has expired.Recommend: 1 person to keep penalty time and another person to keep the game clock
        • At sites where there is no visible game clock with an automatic horn, the time keeper shall notify the nearest official 20 seconds before the end of all periods and sound an air horn at the end of the period.Officials will let you know if they want additional time counts.
        • For the fourth period, the time keeper shall notify the nearest official two minutes and 10 seconds before the end of the period.
        • Start and stop the game clock when an official sounds the whistle and at the end of each period.
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Table Training
  • Rule 2, section 11 in the NCAA rulebook:
      • The home team shall provide an official timekeeper,who should be onsite at least 20 minutes before the game. The timekeeper will assume the following duties:
        • Keep an accurate account of the time of each period;to keep an accurate account of penalty time; and to inform the penalized player(s) when the penalty time has expired.Recommend: 1 person to keep penalty time and another person to keep the game clock
        • At sites where there is no visible game clock with an automatic horn, the time keeper shall notify the nearest official 20 seconds before the end of all periods and sound an air horn at the end of the period.Officials will let you know if they want additional time counts.
        • For the fourth period, the time keeper shall notify the nearest official two minutes and 10 seconds before the end of the period.
        • Start and stop the game clock when an official sounds the whistle and at the end of each period.
        • A horn may not be sounded while the ball is in play except at the end of a period.
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Table Training
  • Rule 2, Section 12 of the NCAA rulebook states:
    • The home team scorer shall be the official scorer.
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Table Training
  • Rule 2 Section 12 of the NCAA rulebook states:
    • The home team scorer shall be the official scorer.
    • The scorer should be onsite 20 minutes before the game
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Table Training
  • Rule 2 Section 12 of the NCAA rulebook states:
    • The home team scorer shall be the official scorer.
    • The scorer should be onsite 20 minutes before the game
    • The Scorer shall assume the following duties:
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Table Training
  • Rule 2 Section 12 of the NCAA rulebook states:
    • The home team scorer shall be the official scorer.
    • The scorer should be onsite 20 minutes before the game
    • The Scorer shall assume the following duties:
      • Keep a record of the number of goals scored and assists made by each team
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Table Training
  • Rule 2 Section 12 of the NCAA rulebook states:
    • The home team scorer shall be the official scorer.
    • The scorer should be onsite 20 minutes before the game
    • The Scorer shall assume the following duties:
      • Keep a record of the number of goals scored and assists made by each team
      • Keep an accurate record of the number of time-outs taken by each team
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Table Training
  • Rule 2 Section 12 of the NCAA rulebook states:
    • The home team scorer shall be the official scorer.
    • The scorer should be onsite 20 minutes before the game
    • The Scorer shall assume the following duties:
      • Keep a record of the number of goals scored and assists made by each team
      • Keep an accurate record of the number of time-outs taken by each team
      • Keep a record of the name and number of each player to whom a penalty is assessed, the type of violation, time in the quarter and duration of penalty
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Table Training
  • Rule 2 Section 12 of the NCAA rulebook states:
    • The home team scorer shall be the official scorer.
    • The scorer should be onsite 20 minutes before the game
    • The Scorer shall assume the following duties:
      • Keep a record of the number of goals scored and assists made by each team
      • Keep an accurate record of the number of time-outs taken by each team
      • Keep a record of the name and number of each player to whom a penalty is assessed, the type of violation, time in the quarter and duration of penalty
      • Notify the official should any player accumulate 5 personal fouls [rare]
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Table Training
  • Rule 4 Section 23 states:
    • Substitution may take place without the necessity of waiting for suspension of play by an official. One player at a time may enter the field of play from the special substitution area [the box] under the following conditions:
      • The player must be equipped and ready to play
      • He may not enter the ‘box’ until his substitution is imminent.
      • The player leaving the field must exit through the ‘box’
      • The sub must wait until such player is off the field before entering
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Table Training
  • Rule 7 Section 1 states:
    • A player who has committed a violation of the rules and must serve penalty time shall:
      • Leave the field of play at once
      • Report immediately to the ‘box’ and remain in the ‘box’ until informed by the timekeeper that he may re-enter the game.
      • Must sit or kneel directly in front of the scorers table.
      • Wait until possession is gained during a face-off before entering the field even when his penalty time has expired.
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Table Training
  • Rule 7 Section 2 states:
    • ‘when a period ends with time remaining on the penalty, the player will serve the remainder of the time at the start of the next period.’ [paraphrased]
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Table Training
  • Rule 7 Section 2 states:
    • ‘when a period ends with time remaining on the penalty, the player will serve the remainder of the time at the start of the next period.’ [paraphrased]
    • A maximum of 3 players from the same team can be in the ‘box’ serving penalties at the same time. The penalty time of additional players will not start until the penalty time of one of the other 3 players expires. *Never needed this rule  If this ever happens, the officials will probably take charge.
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Table Training
  • Rule 7 Section 2 states:
    • ‘when a period ends with time remaining on the penalty, the player will serve the remainder of the time at the start of the next period.’ [paraphrased]
    • A maximum of 3 players from the same team can be in the ‘box’ serving penalties at the same time. The penalty time of additional players will not start until the penalty time of one of the other 3 players expires. *Never needed this rule 
  • Rule 7 Section 4 states:
    • If a foul is called against a team when no definite player is involved or when the penalty is against someone other than a player, the in-house player shall serve the penalty time. [The ‘in-home’ player is identified by the coach & the name and number is given to the officials before the start of the game. The ‘in-home’ player is listed 1st on the score sheet]
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Table Training
  • Rule 7 Section 12 states:
    • When a timekeeper, scorer or official makes a mistake that would result in a team or player being penalized and another official becomes aware that a mistake is being made, that official shall promptly correct that mistake.
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Table Training
  • Rule 7 Section 12 states:
    • When a timekeeper, scorer of official makes a mistake that would result in a team or player being penalized and another official becomes aware that a mistake is being made, that official shall promptly correct that mistake. If goals are scored during the mistake made by the timekeeper, scorer or official and it is brought to the attention of the referee before the next live ball, the referee must allow or disallow the goal, depending on the circumstances.
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Table Training

THSLL 2008

Rule Book:

  • The THSLL uses the NCAA rule book and then adds additional or clarifying rules.
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Table Training
  • THSLL 2008 Rule Book states:
    • Game Behavior Problems: If the officials need to stop the game due to improper behavior on the field or in the stands, the official will then ask the on-site administrator to control or eject the offending fan from the premises. [THSLL recommends that the visiting team also have a site admin at the game to assist the home team if needed]
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Table Training
  • THSLL 2008 Rule Book states:
    • Game Behavior Problems: If the officials need to stop the game due to improper behavior on the field or in the stands, the official will then ask the on-site administrator or head coach [defacto on site administrator] to control or eject the offending fan from the premises.
    • If the fan is not controlled or does not leave the premises, the game will be stopped and the offending team will lose the game.
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Table Training
  • THSLL 2008 Rule Book states:
    • Game Behavior Problems: If the officials need to stop the game due to improper behavior on the field or in the stands, the official will then ask the on-site administrator or head coach [defacto on site administrator] to control or eject the offending fan from the premises.
    • If the fan is not controlled or does not leave the premises, the game will be stopped and the offending team will lose the game.
    • If player(s) are ejected, the player must leave the site of the game. The player may not remain on the sideline or sit in the stands. It is up to the head coach to comply or his team will forfeit the game. [Check with the officials… if the player has no parents with him to take him home and you are the away team exceptions can be made].
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Table Training
  • THSLL 2008 Rule Book states:
    • Game Behavior Problems: If the officials need to stop the game due to improper behavior on the field or in the stands, the official will then ask the on-site administrator or head coach [defacto on site administrator] to control or eject the offending fan from the premises.
    • If the fan is not controlled or does not leave the premises, the game will be stopped and the offending team will lose the game.
    • If player(s) are ejected, the player must leave the site of the game. The player may not remain on the sideline or sit in the stands. It is up to the head coach to comply or his team will forfeit the game.
    • The team of the ejected player is responsible for supervising that player when needed.
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Table Training
  • THSLL 2008 Rule Book states:
    • Team Sideline Policy:
      • The scorers table may contain a total of 5 people.
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Table Training
  • THSLL 2008 Rule Book states:
    • Team Sideline Policy:
      • The scorers table should contain a total of 5 people.
      • This includes 3 from the home team [official scorekeeper, game timer, penalty time keeper] and 2 from the visiting team [scorekeeper and assistant]. Please do not exceed these numbers.
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Table Training
  • THSLL 2008 Rule Book states:
    • Team Sideline Policy:
      • The scorers table should contain a total of 5 people.
      • This includes 3 from the home team [official scorekeeper, game timer, penalty time keeper] and 3 from the visiting team [scorekeeper and assistant].
      • The THSLL recommends that table personnel do not wear team clothing as they are an extension of the officials. This is not a rule yet.
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Table Training
  • Clocks:
    • I highly recommend the Lax Clock – worth the investment. You can purchase the waterproof/padded carrying case for another $40

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Table Training
  • Clocks:
    • For penalty clocks… get ones that count down. It is difficult for most people to do the math when a coach wants to know how much time is left.
    • You don’t have to spend a lot of money either!

Kitchen timer from Target $6

$12 - $25

$19 - $25

$24 - $39

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Records Keeping
  • NCAA Appendix II – Records Keeping: Uniformity of Records
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Records Keeping
  • Just a reminder that the only stats that the home team is required to keep for both teams are
    • goals [time & player]
    • penalties [player, time, type and length]
    • time-outs [time and quarter]
  • All other stats are for your team’s records
    • Some stats can be subjective; did the scorer dodge or take more than 1 step in order to credit the assist? It’s a judgment call
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Records Keeping
  • NCAA Appendix II – Records Keeping: Uniformity of Records
    • Goalkeeper Save – A save is recorded any time a ball is stopped or deflected by the goalkeeper’s body or crosse in such a manner that had the ball not been stopped or deflected, it would have entered the goal.
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Records Keeping
  • NCAA Appendix II – Records Keeping: Uniformity of Records
    • Goalkeeper Save – A save is recorded any time a ball is stopped or deflected by the goalkeeper’s body or crosse in such a manner that had the ball not been stopped or deflected, it would have entered the goal.
      • If the goalie catches or deflects a pass/shot that would have traveled outside of the goal this is not a save. [a ground ball can be awarded if it meets the ground ball rules]
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Records Keeping
  • NCAA Appendix II – Records Keeping: Uniformity of Records
    • Goalkeeper Save – A save is recorded any time a ball is stopped or deflected by the goalkeeper’s body or crosse in such a manner that had the ball not been stopped or deflected, it would have entered the goal.
    • Assist – any one direct pass by a player to a teammate who then scores a goal without having to dodge or evade an opponent, other than the goalkeeper who is in the crease, is recorded as an assist. There can only be one assist on any goal scored.
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Records Keeping
  • NCAA Appendix II – Records Keeping: Uniformity of Records
    • Goalkeeper Save – A save is recorded any time a ball is stopped or deflected by the goalkeeper’s body or crosse in such a manner that had the ball not been stopped or deflected, it would have entered the goal.
    • Assist – any one direct pass by a player to a teammate who then scores a goal without having to dodge or evade an opponent, other that the goalkeeper who is in the crease, is recorded as an assist. There can only be one assist on any goal scored.
    • Team Goal – A goal scored by a member of the defensive team in it’s own goal.
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Records Keeping
  • NCAA Appendix II – Records Keeping: Uniformity of Records
    • Goalkeeper Save – A save is recorded any time a ball is stopped or deflected by the goalkeeper’s body or crosse in such a manner that had the ball not been stopped or deflected, it would have entered the goal.
    • Assist – any one direct pass by a player to a teammate who then scores a goal without having to dodge or evade an opponent, other that the goalkeeper who is in the crease, is recorded as an assist. There can only be one assist on any goal scored. [Record tip: use A+ to note goals with quick succession passing where you wish more assists could be recorded]
    • Team Goal – A goal scored by a member of the defensive team in it’s own goal.
    • Time Of Goal – time remaining in the quarter is recorded as the time of goal [along with penalty time, time-outs, etc]. The game clock shows the time remaining in the quarter.
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Records Keeping
  • NCAA Appendix II – Records Keeping: Uniformity of Records
    • Assist – any one direct pass by a player to a teammate who then scores a goal without having to dodge or evade an opponent, other that the goalkeeper who is in the crease, is recorded as an assist. There can only be one assist on any goal scored. [Record tip: use A+ to note goals with quick succession passing where you wish more assists could be recorded]
    • Team Goal – A goal scored by a member of the defensive team in it’s own goal.
    • Time Of Goal – time remaining in the quarter is recorded as the time of goal [along with penalty time, time-outs, etc].
    • Shot – a ball propelled toward the goal, either by being thrown from a crosse, kicked or otherwise physically directed. A shot can be awarded only when possession of the ball can be reasonably said to have occurred, by ricochet or when a controlled effort can be construed (similar to a controlled tip in basketball).
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Records Keeping
  • NCAA Appendix II – Records Keeping: Uniformity of Records
    • Assist – any one direct pass by a player to a teammate who then scores a goal without having to dodge or evade an opponent, other that the goalkeeper who is in the crease, is recorded as an assist. There can only be one assist on any goal scored. [Record tip: use A+ to note goals with quick succession passing where you wish more assists could be recorded]
    • Team Goal – A goal scored by a member of the defensive team in it’s own goal.
    • Time Of Goal – time remaining in the quarter is recorded as the time of goal [along with penalty time, time-outs, etc].
    • Shot – a ball propelled toward the goal, either by being thrown from a crosse, kicked or otherwise physically directed. A shot can be awarded only when possession of the ball can be reasonably said to have occurred, by ricochet or when a controlled effort can be construed (similar to a controlled tip in basketball).
    • Goal – a ball that enters the goal… A ball that ricochets off a player and scores will be awarded as a shot & goal by the player deemed to have scored the goal. [again a goal that is scored off of the defensive team is credited as a team goal].
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Records Keeping
  • NCAA Appendix II – Records Keeping: Uniformity of Records
    • Clear – the attempt by one team to move the ball from its defensive end of the field into it’s offensive end of the field.
      • A clear fails when this attempt is unsuccessful.
      • A successful clear should be awarded only when the clearing team crossed the center line with the ball and is clearly able to get an offensive attempt from the play. Advancing the ball across the center line is not an automatic clear if the clearing team loses possession of the ball almost immediately.
      • The goalie does not have to touch the ball in order for a successful clear to be awarded.
      • A failure to clear should not be recorded when the defense is playing ‘man-down’
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Records Keeping
  • NCAA Appendix II – Records Keeping: Uniformity of Records
    • Clear – the attempt by one team to move the ball from its defensive end of the field into it’s offensive end of the field.
      • A clear fails when this attempt is unsuccessful.
      • A successful clear should be awarded only when the clearing team crossed the center line with the ball and is clearly able to get an offensive attempt from the play. Advancing the ball across the center line is not an automatic clear if the clearing team loses possession of the ball almost immediately.
      • The goalie does not have to touch the ball in order for a successful clear to be awarded.
      • A failure to clear should not be recorded when the defense is playing ‘man-down’
    • Extra-Man Offense & Defense – …. If both teams are equal but short of men, it is not an extra man opportunity.
      • An extra-man goal mat be credited to the appropriate team if the other teams player has not made it into the scrimmage area before the goal is scored.
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Records Keeping
  • NCAA Appendix II – Records Keeping: Uniformity of Records
    • Extra-Man Offense & Defense – …. If both teams are equal but short of men, it is not an extra man opportunity.
      • An extra-man goal mat be credited to the appropriate team if the other teams player has not made it into the scrimmage area before the goal is scored.
    • Face Off – the standard of face-off stats is to award the FO to the FO Specialist [when his team gains possession of the ball], regardless of whether he gained possession himself.
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Records Keeping
  • NCAA Appendix II – Records Keeping: Uniformity of Records
    • Extra-Man Offense & Defense – …. If both teams are equal but short of men, it is not an extra man opportunity.
      • An extra-man goal mat be credited to the appropriate team if the other teams player has not made it into the scrimmage area before the goal is scored.
    • Face Off – the standard of face-off stats is to award the FO to the FOS [when his team gains possession of the ball], regardless of whether he gained possession himself. A face-off should be awarded to a team only when it gets a clear offensive or defensive opportunity out of the play.
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Records Keeping
  • NCAA Appendix II – Records Keeping: Uniformity of Records
    • Extra-Man Offense & Defense – …. If both teams are equal but short of men, it is not an extra man opportunity.
      • An extra-man goal mat be credited to the appropriate team if the other teams player has not made it into the scrimmage area before the goal is scored.
    • Face Off – the standard of face-off stats is to award the FO to the FOS [when his team gains possession of the ball], regardless of whether he gained possession himself. A face-off should be awarded to a team only when it gets a clear offensive or defensive opportunity out of the play. The officials call of ‘possession’ does not mean a face-off win should be recorded.
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Records Keeping
  • NCAA Appendix II – Records Keeping: Uniformity of Records
    • Face Off– the standard of face-off stats is to award the FO to the FOS [when his team gains possession of the ball], regardless of whether he gained possession himself. A face-off should be awarded to a team only when it gets a clear offensive or defensive opportunity out of the play.The officials call of ‘possession’ does not mean a face-off win should be recorded.
    • Take-Away –[not listed on most scorebooks, but is listed in the NCAA Appendix] – anytime a player knocks the ball loose from the opposing player’s crosse [or knocks a pass by the opposing team to the ground] and possession is gained by the player’s teammates or himself.
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Records Keeping
  • NCAA Appendix II – Records Keeping: Uniformity of Records
    • Face Off– the standard of face-off stats is to award the FO to the FOS [when his team gains possession of the ball], regardless of whether he gained possession himself. A face-off should be awarded to a team only when it gets a clear offensive or defensive opportunity out of the play.The officials call of ‘possession’ does not mean a face-off win should be recorded.
    • Take-Away – [not listed on most scorebooks, but is listed in the NCAA Appendix] – anytime a player knocks the ball loose from the opposing player’s crosse [or knocks a pass by the opposing team to the ground] and possession is gained by the player’s teammates or himself.
    • Turn-over – anytime a team looses possession of the ball, whether by being knocked loose, going out of bounds, etc. A turn-over is not recorded when a specific player creates the turn-over by means of a take-away
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Records Keeping
  • NCAA Appendix II – Records Keeping: Uniformity of Records
    • Turn-over – anytime a team looses possession of the ball, whether by being knocked loose, going out of bounds, etc. A turn-over is not recorded when a specific player creates the turn-over by means of a take-away
    • Ground Ball – any ball that is not in possession of one team that comes into the possession of the other team in live-ball play can be a ground ball.
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Records Keeping
  • NCAA Appendix II – Records Keeping: Uniformity of Records
    • Turn-over – anytime a team looses possession of the ball, whether by being knocked loose, going out of bounds, etc. A turn-over is not recorded when a specific player creates the turn-over by means of a take-away
    • Ground Ball – any ball that is not in possession of one team that comes into the possession of the other team in live-ball play can be a ground ball.
      • This may occur on an intercepted pass [the ball does not have to hit the ground] or from a ball checked loose onto the ground.
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Records Keeping
  • NCAA Appendix II – Records Keeping: Uniformity of Records
    • Turn-over – anytime a team looses possession of the ball, whether by being knocked loose, going out of bounds, etc. A turn-over is not recorded when a specific player creates the turn-over by means of a take-away
    • Ground Ball – any ball that is not in possession of one team that comes into the possession of the other team in live-ball play can be a ground ball.
      • This may occur on an intercepted pass [the ball does not have to hit the ground] or from a ball checked loose onto the ground.
      • The ball must be obtained under pressure [an opposing player must be within 5 yards of the loose ball].
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Records Keeping
  • NCAA Appendix II – Records Keeping: Uniformity of Records
    • Turn-over – anytime a team looses possession of the ball, whether by being knocked loose, going out of bounds, etc. A turn-over is not recorded when a specific player creates the turn-over by means of a take-away
    • Ground Ball – any ball that is not in possession of one team that comes into the possession of the other team in live-ball play can be a ground ball.
      • This may occur on an intercepted pass [the ball does not have to hit the ground] or from a ball checked loose onto the ground.
      • The ball must be obtained under pressure [an opposing player must be within 5 yards of the loose ball].
      • The player gaining possession must be able to perform immediately the normal functions of possession [shoot, pass, cradle, etc].
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Records Keeping
  • NCAA Appendix II – Records Keeping: Uniformity of Records
    • Turn-over – anytime a team looses possession of the ball, whether by being knocked loose, going out of bounds, etc. A turn-over is not recorded when a specific player creates the turn-over by means of a take-away
    • Ground Ball – any ball that is not in possession of one team that comes into the possession of the other team in live-ball play can be a ground ball.
      • This may occur on an intercepted pass [the ball does not have to hit the ground] or from a ball checked loose onto the ground.
      • The ball must be obtained under pressure [an opposing player must be within 5 yards of the loose ball].
      • The player gaining possession must be able to perform immediately the normal functions of possession [shoot, pass, cradle, etc].
      • A player can not drop the ball of his own volition, pick it up again and be credited with a ground ball.
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Records Keeping
  • NCAA Appendix II – Records Keeping: Uniformity of Records
    • Turn-over – anytime a team looses possession of the ball, whether by being knocked loose, going out of bounds, etc. A turn-over is not recorded when a specific player creates the turn-over by means of a take-away
    • Ground Ball – any ball that is not in possession of one team that comes into the possession of the other team in live-ball play can be a ground ball.
      • This may occur on an intercepted pass [the ball does not have to hit the ground] or from a ball checked loose onto the ground.
      • The ball must be obtained under pressure [an opposing player must be within 5 yards of the loose ball].
      • The player gaining possession must be able to perform immediately the normal functions of possession [shoot, pass, cradle, etc].
      • A player can not drop the ball of his own volition, pick it up again and be credited with a ground ball.
    • The NCAA rule-book has many, many examples of these rules. The rule book can be found on-line through US Lacrosse’s web site.
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Records Keeping
  • NCAA Appendix II – Records Keeping: Uniformity of Records

Some say that the spotter actually has a harder job than the score keeper as they need to call out everything for the score keeper to record. Think of spotter as being a play by play announcer.

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Reminder: Not all stats are required – check with your coach and team administrators. If you need to have extra scorebooks and have other parents in the stands keep track of non-essential stats [i.e. which quarters each player plays, clears, turn-overs, etc] please do so. Anything to make your job at the table easier!

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Dual Scoring bar

  • Penalties/Fouls
    • Each team on own page
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Dual Scoring bar

  • Penalties/Fouls
    • Each team on own page
  • Time-Outs
    • Each team on own page
    • 2 per half for each team
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Dual Scoring bar

  • Penalties/Fouls
    • Each team on own page
  • Time-Outs
    • Each team on own page
    • 2 per half for each team
  • Roster
    • ‘In Home’ player serves ‘bench’ penalties – should be listed first on the roster
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Dual Scoring bar

  • Penalties/Fouls
    • Each team on own page
  • Time-Outs
    • Each team on own page
    • 2 per half for each team
  • Roster
    • ‘In Home’ player serves ‘bench’ penalties – should be listed first on the roster
    • Place to record each quarter played
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Dual Scoring bar

  • Penalties/Fouls
    • Each team on own page
  • Time-Outs
    • Each team on own page
    • 2 per half for each team
  • Roster
    • ‘In Home’ player serves ‘bench’ penalties – should be listed first on the roster
    • List Goalies in 2 places to give credit for ground-balls
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Dual Scoring bar

  • Penalties/Fouls
    • Each team on own page
  • Time-Outs
    • Each team on own page
    • 2 per half for each team
  • Roster
    • ‘In Home’ player serves ‘bench’ penalties – should be listed first on the roster
    • List Goalies in 2 places to give credit for ground-balls
  • Records face-offs in bulk
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Dual Scoring bar

  • Penalties/Fouls
    • Each team on own page
  • Time-Outs
    • Each team on own page
    • 2 per half for each team
  • Roster
    • ‘In Home’ player serves ‘bench’ penalties – should be listed first on the roster
    • List Goalies in 2 places to give credit for ground-balls
  • Records face-offs in bulk
  • Records clears
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Dual Scoring bar

  • Penalties/Fouls
    • Each team on own page
  • Time-Outs
    • Each team on own page
    • 2 per half for each team
  • Roster
    • ‘In Home’ player serves ‘bench’ penalties – should be listed first on the roster
    • List Goalies in 2 places to give credit for ground-balls
  • Records face-offs in bulk
  • Records clears
  • Records DUPLICATES!!!
    • This sheet wants the goals recorded in 4 places!!!!
    • Recommend: record only on scoring bar and record elsewhere after the game
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Dual Scoring bar

  • Penalties/Fouls
    • Each team on own page
  • Time-Outs
    • Each team on own page
    • 2 per half for each team
  • Roster
    • ‘In Home’ player serves ‘bench’ penalties – should be listed first on the roster
    • List Goalies in 2 places to give credit for ground-balls
  • Records face-offs in bulk
  • Records clears
  • Records DUPLICATES!!!
    • This sheet wants the goals recorded in 4 places!!!!
    • Recommend: record only on scoring bar and record elsewhere after the game
    • This sheet wants ground balls in 2 places
    • Recommend: use the bulk stat box for after game summary
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Time-Outs

    • Each team on own page
    • 2 per half for each team
  • Roster
    • ‘In Home’ player serves ‘bench’ penalties – should be listed first on the roster
    • List Goalies in 2 places to give credit for ground-balls
  • Records face-offs in bulk
  • Records clears
  • Records DUPLICATES!!!
    • This sheet wants the goals recorded in 4 places!!!!
    • Recommend: record only on scoring bar and record elsewhere after the game
    • This sheet wants ground balls in 2 places
    • Recommend: use the bulk stat box for after game summary
  • Other Tips
    • Write small – not a lot of room for stats given
    • Write in pencil – mistakes happen and goals can be taken away [disallowed].
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Dual Scoring bar

  • Penalties/Fouls
    • Each team on own page
  • Time-Outs
    • Each team on own page
    • 2 per half for each team
  • Roster
    • ‘In Home’ player serves ‘bench’ penalties – should be listed first on the roster
    • List Goalies in 2 places to give credit for ground-balls
  • Records face-offs in bulk
  • Records clears
  • Records DUPLICATES!!!
    • This sheet wants the goals recorded in 4 places!!!!
    • Recommend: record only on scoring bar and record elsewhere after the game
    • This sheet wants ground balls in 2 places
    • Recommend: use the bulk stat box for after game summary
  • Other Tips
    • Use arrow up and down to keep track of man up/down goals, record later
    • Write small – not a lot of room for stats given
    • QUESTIONS??
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Review of Scorebooks
  • Single Scoring bar
    • Each team on it’s own page
  • What’s The Score?
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Review of Scorebooks
  • Single Scoring bar
    • Each team on it’s own page
  • Penalties/Fouls
    • Each team on own page
    • Place for recording the # of fouls for each player
  • What’s The Score?
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Review of Scorebooks
  • Single Scoring bar
    • Each team on it’s own page
  • Penalties/Fouls
    • Each team on own page
    • Place for recording the # of fouls for each player
  • Time Outs
    • Each team on own page
    • Record the quarter and time on the clock
  • What’s The Score?
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Review of Scorebooks
  • Single Scoring bar
    • Each team on it’s own page
  • Penalties/Fouls
    • Each team on own page
    • Place for recording the # of fouls for each player
  • Time Outs
    • Each team on own page
    • Record the quarter and time on the clock
  • Roster
  • What’s The Score?
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  • Single Scoring bar
    • Each team on it’s own page
  • Penalties/Fouls
    • Each team on own page
    • Place for recording the # of fouls for each player
  • Time Outs
    • Each team on own page
    • Record the quarter and time on the clock
  • Roster
    • Place to record each quarter played
  • What’s The Score?
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Review of Scorebooks
  • Single Scoring bar
    • Each team on it’s own page
  • Penalties/Fouls
    • Each team on own page
    • Place for recording the # of fouls for each player
  • Time Outs
    • Each team on own page
    • Record the quarter and time on the clock
  • Roster
    • Place to record each quarter played
  • Record Face-Offs, Clears, etc. in bulk
  • What’s The Score?
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Review of Scorebooks
  • Single Scoring bar
    • Each team on it’s own page
  • Penalties/Fouls
    • Each team on own page
    • Place for recording the # of fouls for each player
  • Time Outs
    • Each team on own page
    • Record the quarter and time on the clock
  • Roster
    • Place to record each quarter played
  • Record Face-Offs, Clears, etc. in bulk
    • Again – recommend using an arrow in the score bar, then recording man up/down later
  • Goals/assists – This sheet has it in 2 places
    • Recommend using the score bar only and recording later – reduces errors
  • What’s The Score?
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Review of Scorebooks
  • Single Scoring bar
    • Each team on it’s own page
  • Penalties/Fouls
    • Each team on own page
    • Place for recording the # of fouls for each player
  • Time Outs
    • Each team on own page
    • Record the quarter and time on the clock
  • Roster
    • Place to record each quarter played
  • Record Face-Offs, Clears, etc. in bulk
    • Again – recommend using an arrow in the score bar, then recording man up/down later
  • Goals/assists – This sheet has it in 2 places
    • Recommend using the score bar only and recording later – reduces errors
  • Ground Balls
  • What’s The Score?
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  • Roster
    • Place to record each quarter played
  • Record Face-Offs, Clears, etc. in bulk
    • Again – recommend using an arrow in the score bar, then recording man up/down later
  • Goals/assists – This sheet has it in 2 places
    • Recommend using the score bar only and recording later – reduces errors
  • Ground Balls
  • Other Features:
    • Game Summaries
  • What’s The Score?
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Review of Scorebooks
  • Roster
    • Place to record each quarter played
  • Record Face-Offs, Clears, etc. in bulk
    • Again – recommend using an arrow in the score bar, then recording man up/down later
  • Goals/assists – This sheet has it in 2 places
    • Recommend using the score bar only and recording later – reduces errors
  • Ground Balls
  • Other Features:
    • Game Summaries
  • Questions?
  • What’s The Score?
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Brine/Warrior

  • RECORDING GOALS & ASSISTS
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GOAL –

the # of the player

  • RECORDING GOALS & ASSISTS
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GOAL –

the # of the player

Assist –

the # of the player

  • RECORDING GOALS & ASSISTS
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GOAL –

the # of the player

Assist –

the # of the player

  • RECORDING GOALS & ASSISTS

Time Of Goal

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GOAL –

the # of the player

Assist –

the # of the player

  • RECORDING GOALS & ASSISTS

Time Of Goal

Type Of Goal

[or quarter]

  • Typical Symbols: C – Cutter [scored after receiving pass]
    • F – Fast Break O – Outside shot I – Iso
    • - Man Up - Man Down
    • A+ for those goals you really wish you could award another assist
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What’s the Score

  • RECORDING GOALS & ASSISTS
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Goal

  • RECORDING GOALS & ASSISTS
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Goal

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Assist

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Goal

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Assist

Game Clock

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Goal

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Assist

Game Clock

Type of Goal

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With both books mark a thick line after the last goal to mark the end of a quarter

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