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(2) (NEW - USL) During the last two minutes of regulation play, stalling rules are in effect for the team that is ahead by 4 goals or less. When the score differential is 5 goals or more, neither team is forced to keep the ball in the goal area.


STICK CHECK: using stick-to-stick contact to try to dislodge the ball.


TRIPPING: Tripping is obstructing an opponent at or below the waist with the crosse, hands, arms, feet or legs, by any positive primary action if the obstructing player is on his feet or by any secondary action when the obstructing player is not on his feet. When a player legally checks the crosse of a opponent and the result is to cause the opponent to trip over his own crosse, no foul is committed. Similarly, if an opponent falls over a player’s crosse when that player is attempting to scoop a loose ball, no foul has been committed.


UNNECESSARY ROUGHNESS:


(1) An excessively violent infraction of the rules against holding and pushing.


(2) Deliberate and excessively violent contact made by a defensive player against an offensive player who has established a screening position.


(3) Any avoidable act on the part of a player that is deliberate and excessively violent, whether it be with the body or crosse. This may include a legal body check.


(USL) PENALTY: Penalty for unnecessary roughness fouls are a One, Two, or Three-minute non releasable foul, at the official’s discretion. An excessively violent violation of this rule may result in an ejection.


UNSPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT (Releasable):


(1) Repeatedly commit the same technical foul. (2) As a player, deliberately fail to return immediately to the field after leaving the field of play while legally in the game.


(3) As a substitute, deliberately fail to comply with the rules for entering the field of play.


2017 US LACROSSE


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