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(2) A player shall not initiate an excessive, violent or uncontrolled slash to the head/neck.


(3) A player, including an offensive player in possession of the ball, shall not block an opponent with the head or initiate contact with the head (known as spearing).


CLEAR: Transitioning the ball from the defensive half to the offensive half


CONDUCT FOUL:


(1) A coach shall not enter the field of play without the permission of an official, except to attend to an injured player, to warm up a goalkeeper, or during half time.


(2) During play, the coaches’ area is restricted to coaches. All other personnel shall stay outside the coaches’ area.


(3) A player, coach, athletic trainer or other person officially connected with a team shall not:


a. Use artificial audio enhancement aids (e.g., electronic devices, megaphones) in communicating with players on the field. b. Commit any act considered misconduct by an official.


CREASE: a circle around the goal with a radius of 9 feet into which only defensive players may enter.


CROSS CHECK: a player may not check his opponent with that part of the handle of the crosse that is between the player’s hands, either by thrusting away from the body or by holding it extended from the body.


DODGE: a move by the ball carrier to advance past a defender.


EJECTION: A player, coach, or anyone officially connected with the team shall be ejected for:


a. Deliberately striking or attempting to strike anyone or leaving the bench area during an altercation. b. Second non releasable, unsportsmanlike foul. c. Any action deemed by the officials to be flagrant misconduct.


EXTRA MAN OFFENSE (EMO): a man advantage resulting from an opponent’s time-serving penalty. Also known as “man-up.”


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