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  • 5/10/2017

    Top 10 - FAQ’s about NAIA and Arbiter Sports Officials Registration.

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  • 9/13/2016

    This is reminder that when an official ejects a player or coach from a contest they are to file an ejection report with the NAIA within 48 hours. The sooner the better as teams may have a contest the next day.

    1.     If a Red Card is issued there is no need to send this report to the NCAA.

    a.     Click HERE for the proper  link:

    b.     Can also use www.naia.org/ejections

    2.     If a player is ejected for receiving a caution and then a 2nd card in the same game the proper rule reference is:

    a.     12.5.8- Receives a second caution in game, 1 yellow card + 2nd card (RED)

    b.     Several Referees are listing Rule 12.8 Accumulated Cautions as the reason for ejection. This would be the used if the number of yellow card received by a player during the season reaches five.

    Note:  It is not possible for any player to accumulate more than one yellow card (caution) in a single game.

    These items are extremely helpful to the administrators of the schools so they may deal with the situation properly.

     

    You may access this by clicking on the FORMS/REPORTS Tab on the black bar.Ejection reports need to be filed.

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  • 8/19/2016

    Click here for a short clinic on how and when to report a fight.

  • 5/13/2016

    FAQ’s about NAIA Soccer and Arbiter Sports Referee's Registration.

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  • 8/10/2015

  • 6/5/2015

    The official training and educational resource for NAIA officials

    Starting with the 2014-15 season, officials in selected sports are required to participate in standardized NAIA and sport-specific training offered through the ArbiterSports platform.

    Officials will have accessMore...

  • 6/5/2015

    The lead official is asked to voluntarily submit post-game feedback on coaches, players and fan conduct, as well as game-day experiences. We want to hear about what needs improvement in addition to positive feedback on what schools, teams, and individuals are doing well.

 
 
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