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Area-2M Situations

public, 21 videos

Various situations at the Center Forward or 2M position. Examples of: Exclusion fouls, Offensive fouls, No Calls, and Penalty fouls.

Area-Ball in Play Situations

public, 2 videos

NCAA Rule 19 Section 4
Free Throw How Taken- NEW RULE CHANGE examples

Area-Ducking under Situations

public, 3 videos

Ducking under to a position of advantage is a probable foul. It can happen in transition, at CF position and on the perimeter in driving situations. It can be an exclusion foul or an offensive foul (contra). It is a judgement call by the referee as to an advantage gained or lost.

Area-Exclusion Fouls vs Penalty Fouls

public, 3 videos

The NCAA rule book "For a defending player to commit any foul within 5-meter area but for which a goal probably would have resulted." The key focus should be on any foul and a probably goal. There is nothing in the rule that specifies player location relative to the goal.

Area-Perimeter Situations

public, 13 videos

Clips that illustrate good "no call" situations, examples of exclusion fouls, contra fouls and good ordinary fouls. Officials need to know when the ball is in hand. Looking for the defensive players actions is important but you need to focus on the ball (hand on-no foul)

Area-Pick Situations

public, 9 videos

Examples of various pick situations on the perimeter and at the 2M area.

Area-Unusual Situations

public, 3 videos

Examples of situations that just don't happen very often but can be very controversial even through the proper application of the rule was enforced. Some situations are where the rules weren't applied properly. Hopefully these clips will be educational and enhance our experiences

CWPA Mens Championship Game 2014

public, 1 video

CWPA Mens Championship Game 2014

Goals Scored

public, 18 videos

Goals scored from different areas.

Video Test CWPA-2013

public, 5 videos

Each video has a question(s) at the end of the clip. Some are multiple choice and others True or False. The questions may be specific to the video clip or relative to a rule involved. Send your answers via email to: edswimpolo@charter.net

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Take each video test and answer the questions at the end. Some have multiple questions so make sure you are thorough. Use the official answer sheet which is attached to anyone of the videos. Email your answers to Ed Reed, CWPA Coordinator of Officials at: edswimpolo@charter.net