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PENALTY: The penalty for a personal foul shall be a stoppage of play, with the foul being explained to the player who then must leave the field. The offending player may return on the next whole team substitution.


5.2 CROSS CHECK* 5.3 ILLEGAL BODY CHECK* 5.4 CHECKS INVOLVING THE HEAD/NECK* 5.5 ILLEGAL CROSSE*


5.6 USE OF ILLEGAL EQUIPMENT* 5.7 SLASHING* 5.8 TRIPPING* 5.9 UNNECESSARY ROUGHNESS* 5.10 UNSPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT* 5.11 FOULING OUT * 5.12 EJECTION*


*The definition for each foul is listed in Appendix I. RULE 6: Technical Fouls


Technical fouls are those of a less serious nature and involve players being illegally disadvantaged or gaining an unfair advantage over another player.


PENALTY: The penalty for a technical foul shall be a stoppage of play and possession awarded to the offended team.


6.2 CREASE VIOLATIONS/GOALKEEPER INTERFERENCE* 6.3 HOLDING*


6.4 ILLEGAL OFFENSIVE SCREENING* 6.5 ILLEGAL PROCEDURE* 6.6 CONDUCT FOUL* 6.7 INTERFERENCE* 6.8 OFFSIDE* 6.9 PUSHING* 6.10 STALLING* 6.11 WARDING OFF* 6.12 WITHHOLDING BALL FROM PLAY* 6.13 RAKING THE BALL: At no time may a field player use the back of his crosse to cover or rake the ball backwards. They may only use a forward scooping motion to attempt to gain possession of the ball.


*The definition for each foul is listed in Appendix I. 2017 US LACROSSE


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