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What the Rules Change Proposals Mean for the Game

Change may be constant, but the rate at which it happens varies and in 2013 women lacrosse is at a crossroads of change. In a time where the focus has become making the sport more fan friendly, bringing it more into the mainstream media and attracting more casual fans, a call to address stalling in the "büyüme hormonu eczane fiyatı" game was largely ignored in the NCAA Rules Proposals that were presented last week.

incredibly disappointed that they didn address the stall, said North Carolina coach Jenny Levy. completely irresponsible of that committee. There not one person who was in favor of keeping the rules the way they are, and as a committee, you have to be prepared in some way to make a change, because it been talked about for 10 years. who has long been a proponent of eliminating the ability to stall from women lacrosse, referenced the 1994 national title game between Maryland and Princeton in which Princeton for three quarters of the game on a field that had no boundaries as the starting point of talk regarding stalling in the game. The argument came to a head following the 2012 national championship game and throughout the summer. Some teams used fallball to experiment with a 90 second shot clock, and other potential solutions were proposed at November IWLCA meetings in Naples, Fla.

As the NCAA Rules Committee meetings approached following the 2013 season, there was a sense that more significant changes would be made. In the NCAA women lacrosse rules survey, 53.5% of coaches said they believe stalling was an issue that should be addressed by "büyüme hormonu eczane fiyatı" the rules committee. The percentage is higher at the Division I level, where nearly 70% of coaches thought stalling needed to be addressed; a shot clock and a restraining box of some sort were the most popular solutions. Just more than 20% of all coaches thought a shot clock should be added to address the issue while 30.5% thought the best way to address it would be to a team offensive area and keep the ball in according to the survey. Among Division I coaches, those numbers jump to 32.1% and 39.3%, respectively.

Another option included with the ways to address stalling in the survey was to defenders to move through the goal circle, a rule that was an official experimental rule in the fall of 2012 that was modified and included in the Rules Committee recommendations.

think it will give the defense the ability to pressure Clomid Twins South Africa the ball behind [the net], said NCAA Rules Committee Chair Celine Cunningham, who is the head coach and senior woman administrator at Stevens. goal was to make sure the ball can be pressured Generika Levitra a little more without being restricted by the crease. most coaches seem happy with this particular change, citing further balance between the attack and the defense, there are others who don think this change addresses the stall.

don know if that was their intent, or if it was just to make it tougher for the attack to score, but I don think it addresses stalling at all, says Syracuse coach Gary Gait, who was part of a rules, safety and game administration committee that was put together by the IWLCA. think it will bring goals per game down. there is a great divide among coaches and administrators in deciding what is best for the game, which has resulted in a slow moving process to get anything done.

in a time period right now where you have two bodies at work you have your traditionalists that do not want to see changes to the game because there a feeling that it not needed and it not wanted. Then you have another body that is more progessive, the people who say can we make this faster, how can we become more mainstream, how can we change our game to take it to the next level? says Boston University coach Oxymetholone Manufacturer and IWLCA President Liz Robertshaw. close to 50 50 split of people who don want to see changes and people who do want to see changes. Unless it has to do with safety concerns, I think it slower moving because people want to warm up to it. there is a group of coaches that walks the line a group that thinks something needs to be done, but that perhaps it should be minimal or that something as drastic as a shot clock is not the answer.

love the line that we the fastest game on two feet, but is that all there is to our game? No, says Middlebury coach Missy Foote, who is in her 32nd year coaching the Panthers. like to make sure we have the versatility in our game that allows us to play within all the parameters of a sport and that a fast game and a slow game, a go to goal game and a possession game. I just don want it to become all of one or all of another. like a box or a shot clock would rank among the biggest changes the sport has seen in its history. In many ways, women lacrosse has evolved unlike any other sport, as restraining lines weren adopted until 1998 and there were no hard boundaries until 2006. Unless change has been motivated by injury concerns, the process of implementing change has been anything but fast.

was the right thing to do for the sport, but it took so long because people were so afraid, says Levy, who served on the NCAA Rules Committee in the 1990s, of the process of adopting restraining lines and boundaries. look back on it now and how ridiculous was that that we had no boundaries and no restraining lines? Know what good for the game. They say they want a traditional game, but guess what? How the game was played 10 years ago is not the way the game is being played today. noted the committee received 85 proposals related to stalling alone, some requesting that the committee not move forward with measures that would pose a financial cost to programs and some citing they would not have an adequate roster size to support a faster pace of play.

was a combination of things, and a lot of it came down to safety and being able to administrate it, Cunningham said. had some great ideas from a very good group that gave great feedback, and it certainly something we consider as an experimental rule in the future.

While stalling was a large topic of consideration, the IWLCA submitted 12 suggested rules changes to the NCAA Rules Committee. Other topics that were addressed included solidifying field dimensions and addressing blind picks and rough play. The draw, which was changed significantly in the last rules cycle two years ago, was also addressed as coaches suggested holding players behind the restraining line until possession is called, which would mimic the current rule in men lacrosse.

Another recommendation related to stick inspections, a concern that was addressed in the Rules Committee proposals. The new rule eliminates the mandatory stick checks by officials throughout the game and puts the decision to check a stick on the coaches, who would Methandienone China be given three stick checks per game, including overtime. The execution of the rule would require the goal scorer drop her stick immediately after scoring. At that point, the official may perform a discretionary stick check or allow time for the opposing team to request a stick check. If the scorer doesn drop her stick after a scoring play, the goal will be disallowed and possession awarded to the other team at the center circle.

an outsiders perspective, it looks like they trying to make things fair and clear cut, says Robertshaw. look and worry more at the perception of the game and how it received from the outside world and that where I have a major hesitation with that. From a coaches perspective, it an adjustment and we deal with it. I like that they checking sticks after goals. I think it looks better if you hand it to an official. I don love the drop your stick scenario. were others who questioned how this rule might play out, including its impact on the flow and pace of the game and how frequently officials would perform a discretionary stick check. Levy was in favor of eliminating stick checks in overtime.

need to have better awareness of what the game looks like from a fan perspective on TV, she said, referencing confusion over the check of Sammy Jo Tracy stick following her goal in triple overtime of the national championship game. have 60 minutes of a game to check a stick, and if you haven found one that illegal or used your stick checks at that point, then overtime should just be overtime and just let it be. other proposed rules include giving Buy Cialis Switzerland coaches an additional timeout, meaning coaches will have three timeouts during regulation and one in overtime, and putting more emphasis on a major foul on a goal scorer. If a major foul is committed on a goal scorer a push or a cross check during or after the shot, for example the goal will stand and the scoring team awarded possession at the center circle.

now there no penalty for that foul, Cunningham said. the past, the thought process was that you got the goal, "jintropin bestellen china" so it was ok. But it dangerous so we wanted to make sure we cleaned that up. with any changes to the game, seeing it played out in action is necessary to understanding its impact. Still, what was left out of the rule change proposals seems to have overshadowed what was included in it.

think it would have been fun to see our game take that next step, and it didnt necessarily have to be a shot clock, Robertshaw said. where I disappointed that we didn see some bigger changes knowing that we in a two year cycle and that we in a crucial time in our game in where it going next and how the outside world perceives us and if we going to be seen on mainstream media or not. I don know if the changes we made were enough to make that possible. rules proposals need to be approved by the Playing Rules Oversight Panel, which consists of conference commissioners and university administrators, that will discuss the rules during a conference call on July 17.

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