PPT – Club Referees Training (PowerPoint)

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Junior Club
Referee
Training
2014-2015
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2014-2015
Junior Club
Referee Training
Rev 11/10/2014
Junior Officiating ABC’s
Junior Club
Referee
Training
2014-2015
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• 14 and Under teams, the head or assistant
coach is always the 1st Referee
• 15 and Older teams, the head or assistant
coach is always court side
• Coaches required to take the online clinics
for 1st & 2nd Referee, Scorer, Line Judge
• Player online clinics for 13 and under age:
2nd Referee, Scorer, Line judge
• Player online clinics for 14 and above age:
1st & 2nd Referee, Scorer, Line Judge
• NEW THIS YEAR
Adult 2nd Referee at all national events
(Qualifiers, Bid Events, Nationals)
Junior Club
Referee
Training
2014-2015
Certification
Requirements
• Complete appropriate online Clinic
• Be evaluated for the position
1st Referee, 2nd Referee, Scorer
Scorers should be evaluated on a deciding
set situation (Court Change)
• Paperwork submitted to Area Trainer
Completed Evaluation Sheet
Attach Score Sheet for Scorers
• Area Trainer will set member status
on HOAonline
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Warm-up Protocol
Junior Club
Referee
Training
2014-2015
• Start immediately after previous match
Give previous teams time to shake hands
• Times
2 min shared ball handling
Clock runs during captain's meeting
4 min serving team
4 min receiving team
• Opposing team must be off the court
Not interfering with opponent's warm-up
May shag ball for opponents
At or behind benches or off the playing area
No ball Handling
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Match Protocol
Junior Club
Referee
Training
2014-2015
• Coin Toss
No calling – 1st referee selects side of coin
for each team
• Sideline Presentation for all Gold events
and all events with HOA provided Adult
officials
See DCR page 233 (disregard times)
• Baseline Presentation
for Silver/Open events
See DCR page 232 (disregard times)
• After handshake
All starters remain on the court
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DCR 9.2.4 – Page 36
Junior Club
Referee
Training
2014-2015
• *9.2.4 It is a fault, during reception of
service, to make a double contact or
catch using overhand finger action.
• NOTICE * and footnote
• * The application of this rule (9.2.4) has
been postponed following the Board of
Administration decision of April 5, 2013.
•BOTTOM LINE
This rule is not to be enforced
until further notice
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Back Row Attack/Block
Junior Club
Referee
Training
2014-2015
• ATTACK - DCR 13.3.4, 13.3.5, 13.3.6
Entire ball above height of net
 Back row player in front zone
 Libero using hands to set in the front zone
 Attacking a serve
Not Automatic Attack Faults
 Back row player jumping in the front zone
 Libero using hands to set in the front zone
 Attacking a serve below the top of the net
• BLOCK - DCR 14.1
Block reaching higher than top of the net
Not Automatic Blocking Fault
 Back row player near the net and below the top of the
net contacting ball coming from opponent
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Liberos
Junior Club
Referee
Training
2014-2015
• DCR 19
• Contrasting Jersey
• Sept 1, 2014 Solid/Multi-color Jersey
• Set 1 line-up sheet shows 2 Liberos
Liberos must remain the same for the entire
match
• Set 1 line-up sheet shows 0 or 1 Liberos
Team may select a different Libero for each set
in the match
• A completed rally (DCR 6.1.3) between two
Libero replacements
Except when a Libero goes to serve
DCR USAV 19.3.2.1
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Libero Serving
Junior Club
Referee
Training
2014-2015
• DCR 19.3.2.1
• A Libero can serve in one rotational
position only
• No completed rally needed when Libero
goes to serve
• Either Libero or regular player may
serve in one term of service
Libero can replaced by the Second Libero
or regular player after each completed rally
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Centerline Violations
Junior Club
Referee
Training
2014-2015
• USAV 11.2.2
• Interference and Safety
• Body Part on or above centerline
Interference
Fault
• Body Part completely over centerline in
opponent's court
Interference Fault
Safety Hazard Fault
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Junior Club
Referee
Training
2014-2015
Wrong Server
Illegal Substitution
• DCR 7.7 and DCR 15.9.2
• Once the fault is discovered
Point & Service to the opponent
The rotation is corrected
Illegal substitute is replaced on court
Team and Player substitutions charged at
time of illegal substitution are removed from
score sheet
If it can be determined when the fault first
occurred, all subsequent points scored by
the team committing the fault are removed.
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Rev 12/13/13
Junior Club
Referee
Training
2014-2015
MISCONDUCT
SANCTIONS
• DCR 21
• Verbal Warning
Minor misconduct
May be given at any time
• Yellow Card
One per team per match (next card is Red)
No Point to Opponent
• Red Card
Penalized with Point and Service to
opponent
• Expulsion or Disqualification
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Player/Coach removed
No Point to Opponent
HOA REGION RULES
Junior Club
Referee
Training
2014-2015
• Playing with 5 players
Permitted for Open/Silver tournaments
Not permitted for Gold level tournaments
Ghost player in one position
 2 front row players for 3 rotations
 Automatic loss of rally when ghosts rotates into
service position
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HOA REGION RULES
Junior Club
Referee
Training
2014-2015
• Illegal Uniform
Not in compliance with DCR 4.3
No Numbers
 Not allowed to play without a number
 Must affix a number as permanently as possible
Illegal numbers such as 0 or 00
Numbers not centered on chest and back
Non-Contrasting Libero Jersey
• 5 point penalty per set
played using illegal uniforms
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Junior Club
Referee
Training
2014-2015
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Questions
Open Discussion

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