USA Field Hockey

Mar 07 SPICE = Self Pass & Indirect Circle Entry

Sept. 01, 2010, 9 a.m. (ET)

Listed below are links to helpful information concerning the self pass option and indirect circle entry requirements.

If you would like to view the 2010 National Rules Briefing, click here .

 
Description and Link Rules of Hockey NCAA NFHS Year Published Published by USAFH Comment


Description and LinkRules of HockeyNCAANFHSYear PublishedPublished By USAFHComment
Animation prepared by Terry Walsh,
USA Field Hockey Technical Director, describing the self pass option and indirect circle entry requirements for the Rules of Hockey.
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YES
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2009
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Animation prepared in conjuction with NFHS by Terry Walsh, USAFH Technical Director, describing the self pass option and indirect circle entry requirements for games governed by the NFHS rules.
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YES
2010
YES
Current practice no longer allows attackers to retake a free hit if they take it from an illegal position. Umpires are to penalize the foul by giving a free hit to the opponent.
ASK THE UMPIRE questions and answers dealing with the Self Pass Option and Indirect Circle Entry Requirements
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YES
YES
2010
YES
If you have a question, please visitsubmit it now.
Video for high school umpires by Cris Maloney, a USA Field Hockey Umpire Coach (endorsed by Steve Horgan, USA Field Hockey's National Interpreter for the Rules of Hockey.)
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YES
2010
NO
Whiteboard lecture providing overview of self pass option and indirect circle entry requirements. An accurate overview. Not as detailed as nor a substitute for Terry Walsh's animation linked to above.
Video for high school umpires by Cris Maloney, a USA Field Hockey Umpire Coach (endorsed by Steve Horgan, USA Field Hockey's National Interpreter for the Rules of Hockey.)
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n/a
YES
2010
NO
Notes and on-screen quiz for high school umpires

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