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Appendix I


LACROSSE TERMINOLOGY ASSIST: when one player passes the ball to another and it leads directly to a goal without the scorer having to dodge a defender.


BODY CHECK: any overt or obvious collision with an opponent from the front or side and between the shoulders and waist.


CREASE VIOLATIONS/GOALKEEPER INTERFERENCE:


When the defensive team has possession of the ball, infringements of the rules involving the crease shall be penalized as follows (rather than under the general rules for technical fouls):


a. Any crease violation or interference with the goalkeeper of a technical nature while the ball is in possession of the defensive team outside of the crease shall result in a slow-whistle, flag-down situation. b. Any crease violation or interference with the goalkeeper while he and the ball are in the crease, whether or not he has possession of the ball, shall be a play-on. If the goalkeeper has possession and fails to run the ball out of the crease or successfully complete an outlet pass, the ball is awarded to his team in its offensive side of the field at the Center. If the ball is loose in the crease and the goalkeeper gains possession, the play-on is over.


DEFENSIVE AREA: The area at both ends of the field that is below the restraining lines and above the end line.


DELAYED WHISTLE (FLAG DOWN): when a team in possession is fouled, a flag is thrown but no whistle will sound to stop play until the fouled team loses possession or ball has gone out of the box.


CENTER LINE/MID LINE: the line across the center of the field of play. CHECKS INVOLVING THE HEAD/NECK:


(1) A player shall not initiate contact to an opponent’s head or neck with a cross check or any part of his body (head, elbow, shoulder, etc.). Any follow-through from these actions that contacts the head or neck shall also be considered a violation of this rule.


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