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PENALTIES ADMINISTRATION


WHAT IS IT? When an infraction of the rules is committed that requires a


player or team to serve penalty time or incur other consequences. There are multiple rules in place to ensure fouls


are penalized accurately and correctly. FUNDAMENTALS


REPORT Any player called for a time-serving penalty must report to the penalty area immediately.


SERVE Penalized players must remain in the penalty area until a goal is scored and the timekeeper says his time has expired or otherwise released.


DEVELOPMENTAL


U9 - Penalized players leaves field for full penalty time. Team plays a sub while the player is out so neither team gets a man advantage.


Coaches should take players aside to carefully explain calls.


Clear, accurate communication about what penalty was called and what the consequences are, is critical to ensuring a great overall lacrosse experience.


KNEEL Penalized players should sit or kneel in front of scorer’s table.


GOALIE If a goalie fouls or is injured, his replacement will get one minute to


warm up after entering onto the field.


WHEN before, during, after games WHERE on field or bench areas


WHO a player or coach who violates a rule WHY to ensure fair and safe games


PLAY SAFE


Players should know designated penalties and penalty times.


Safe play should be enforced.


A player being released from penalty box should have remaining time counted down out loud by the timer: “3-2-1-RELEASE.”


A coach must always make sure a player knows exactly what he did wrong when serving penalty time.


Penalty time should not be praised and corrective action should be taken for repeat offenders.


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