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    dropping the ball where it was when the play was suspended No player may touch the ball until the ball has touched the ground In any event that play is stopped while the ball is in the penalty area the ball will be dropped at the nearest point to that outside the penalty area XII Ball In and Out of Play The ball is out of play When it has wholly crossed the goal line or touch line whether on the ground or in the air When the game has been stopped by the referee The ball is in play at all other times from the start of the match to the finish including If it rebounds from a goal post cross bar or corner flag into the field It rebounds off the referee when in the field of play In the event of a supposed infringement of the rules until a decision is given play the whistle PLAY ON XIII Free Kick Free Kicks can be classified into two categories Direct from which a goal can be scored directly against the defending team Indirect from which a goal can be scored only if the ball has been played or touched by any other player other than the kicker before passing over the goal line When a player is taking a free kick outside his own penalty area all of the opposing players shall be at least ten yards from the ball unless they are standing on their own goal line between the goal posts The ball shall be in play when it was traveled the distance of its own circumference If the kicking team requests that the referee mark off the ten yard area the kick may be taken only after the referee s whistle Kicks may be taken without signal by the referee but the kicking team renounces the advantage of the placement of defensive players ten yards from the kicking point When a player is taking a free kick from within his own penalty area all opposing players must be outside of the penalty area and at least ten yards away from the ball The ball shall not be in play until is goes out of the penalty area goalkeeper cannot receive the ball directly If the ball is not kicked directly into play outside of the area the kick shall be retaken In the case of both direct and indirect free kicks the referee will mark off the ten yard distance if requested by the kicking team If the defending players persist in not placing themselves at the required distance this shall be deemed ungentlemanly like conduct and treated by the referee with a Yellow Card XIV Goalkeeper Handling of the Ball Under the new FIFA rules a goalkeeper may not use his hands to pick up the ball played back to him her by his her own team The goalkeeper can only use his her feet Only if the ball is played with the head is the goalkeeper allowed pick up the ball The goalkeeper also is open to be attacked by the opposing team when the ball is played back to him her by his own team When the goalkeeper receives a live ball from the opposing team into his her hands he she has six 6 seconds to put the ball back in play During this time the goalkeeper is free to roam the penalty area If the goalkeeper controls the ball with his hands for longer than six seconds an indirect kick is awarded to the opposing team Once a goalkeeper releases the ball he she is controlling with his her hands he she may not regain control with his her hands until the ball is touched by a player from the opposing team XV Penalty Kick A penalty kick is the punishment awarded the opposing team when the defending team commits any of the direct free kick fouls inside the penalty area See PART 3 Sec I It shall be taken from the penalty mark 12 yards away from the goal line The distance shall be stepped off by the referee to verify the distance All players except the kicker and the opposing goalkeeper must be outside of the penalty area and at least ten yards from the ball The kicker must kick the ball forward at least its circumference and he cannot touch the ball again until another player touches it or plays it A goal can be scored directly on a penalty kick The kicker may not however play a ball that has ricocheted directly to him from either the goal post or cross bar The goalkeeper must assume a position with his her heels on the goal line and may not move forward until the ball has been played However he she may move freely laterally along the line before the kick If any defender infringes the rules the kick shall be retaken if the goal is not scored If an attacker other than the kicker infringes and the goal is scored the kick will be retaken If the kicker breaks a rule touching the ball a second time an indirect free kick is awarded to the other team Part 2 Violations I Offsides A player is off side if he is nearer his opponents goal line than the ball at the moment the ball is played unless He is in his own half of the field of play There are two opponents nearer to their goal line than he is The ball was last touched by an opponent or was played by him He receives the ball directly from a goal kick corner kick a throw in or when it was dropped by the referee Violation Enforcement Indirect free kick Further Clarification A player shall not be penalized unless in the opinion of the referee he is interfering with the play Off side shall not be judged at the moment the player in question receives the ball

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    mens womens rules for all other aspects of the game All rules violations and penalties not mentioned by this modification outline shall be covered explicitly in the Official UC San Diego Intramural Soccer Rules I Team Size A team will consist of 8 players 4 men 4 women There shall be no limit to the number of eligible players on a roster Seven players must be present to begin a game 3 men 3 women and a goalie At no time can a team field fewer than 7 players II Eligibility See also Program Policies and Procedures and Participation Guidelines Teams will be allowed to play with a maximum of 3 members of the current UC San Diego Men s or Women s varsity soccer teams but must play at the highest level of competition If a team is using the maximum 3 players they must use players from both teams in a 2 1 male female or 2 1 female male split If a player participates in two games with a particular team he she is automatically a part of that team AN INDIVIDUAL MAY ONLY PLARTICIPATE ON ONE TEAM The Following Sections are for Coed A Only III Scoring A goal scored by a male player will be worth one point A goal scored by a female player will be worth two points IV Player Positioning The goalie position may now be played by either a male or female player V Penalty Kicks Penalty kicks may be taken by either male or female players from the 12 yard line Penalty kicks converted by female players will be worth two points Exception In penalty kick shoot outs during post season play all goals will count as one point VI Three Touch Rule Two consecutive ball exchanges passes between male

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    established to equalize competition for both male and female participants All rules not mentioned within this modification outline shall be explicitly covered in the Official UCSD Intramural Indoor Soccer Rules that are available in the Intramural Office I Team Size A team consists of six 6 players 3 men 3 women There shall be no limit to the number of eligible players on a roster Teams must have at least 5 players 3 men 2 women present to start a game II Eligibility All players must meet the eligibility participation requirements of the UC San Diego Intramural Sports Department Additions and subtractions to official team rosters must be made prior to that team s third league game No changes to rosters will be accepted after that time Players who have played two games with a team are automatically considered an official member of that particular team AN INDIVIDUAL MAY PLAY ON ONLY ONE TEAM If one or both teams do not have at least 5 players 3 men 2 women present and ready at 5 minutes after game time a non roster player may participate upon approval from the opposing team captain and may only play one game for that particular team No more than 3 members of the current UC San Diego Men s or Women s Intercollegiate or Club Soccer teams are eligible to compete for an intramural indoor soccer team These three members are limited to playing in combinations of either 2 men and 1 woman or 1 man and 2 women Any team utilizing varsity team members must play at the highest level of competition III Scoring A man s goal will be worth one point A woman s goal will be worth two points IV Penalty KICKS Penalty kicks may be taken by either a

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    while their team is in possession of a free kick or their goalkeeper has possession of the ball Play will resume after 30 seconds with the free kick or indirect free kick Only team members on the field may call a time out Timeouts will not carry over to any overtime period VIII Scoring All goals will be worth 1 point A goal is scored when the whole ball has passed over the goal line between the side corners and under the top corner provided it has not been thrown carried 0r propelled by a hand or arm IX Coin Toss The winner of the coin toss at the beginning of the game shall choose whether to start on offense or defense or which goal to defend For the second half the teams will automatically change direction and the team who did not start on offense the first half will begin the second half with the ball X Substitutions Substitutions will only be allowed after a goal is scored and during team timeouts The player substituting must wait until the player leaving is entirely off the court Both teams may substitute at these times Substitution of goalie on penalty shots will not be allowed Illegal substitutions will result in an indirect free kick for the opposing team at mid court Teams playing with more than six players on the court will be penalized by a two minute penalty to be served by a player on the court XI Putting the Ball in Play The ball must be kicked forward one revolution 27 28 inches for the ball to be in play and the initial kicker cannot retouch the ball until another player either team has touched the ball Defending players must be five yards away from the kickoff point when play is started and restarted after a goal A goal cannot be scored directly from a kick off XII Drop Ball If the game is temporarily suspended the game will be restarted by the referee dropping the ball where it was when play was suspended No player may touch the ball until it has touched the ground In any event that play is stopped while the ball is in the penalty arch the ball will be dropped at the nearest point outside the penalty arch XIII Ball in and Out of Play The ball is out of play when it strikes any part of the ceiling supports or basketball standards The ball will be put back in play by the opposing team with an indirect kick at the spot of the contact or outside the penalty arch if contact was above that area The ball is in play at all other times from the start of the game to the finish The referee is considered to be in play In the event of a supposed infringement of the rules until a decision is given PLAY ON XIV Free Kicks Free kicks can be categorized into two categories Direct from which

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    Policies and Procedures and Participation Guidelines Only players listed on the official roster are eligible to participate on a bowling team All players must meet the eligibility participation requirements of the UC San Diego Intramural Sports Department Additions and subtractions to official team rosters must be made prior to that team s third league game No changes to rosters will be accepted after that time Players who have bowled two matches with a team are automatically considered an official member of that particular team AN INDIVIDUAL MAY PLAY ON ONLY ONE TEAM III Bowling Alley Locations Start Times Team Bowling competition now takes place at the Kearny Mesa Bowl in North Clairemont 7585 Clairemont Mesa Blvd Match times will be Sunday at 9 15pm Please arrive a few minutes before start time to check in organize your team and receive your lane assignment for the night IV Bowling Fees There are no team fees for coed team bowling but each bowler will pay a bowling fee each week The fee this year will be 5 00 per bowler at Keany Mesa Bowl The fee will cover 3 games of bowling shoes and scoring average service An additional nominal fee may be added each week to create a seasonal prize fund for winning teams but only if a significant majority of all team participating vote to do so V League Schedules Kearny Mesa Bowl will handle all league scheduling each week they will print out a weekly information sheet announcing that week s schedule of matches up to date bowling averages for all players league standings a listing of top bowlers etc VI Length of Matches and Standings Team standings will be determined on a four point basis Three games will constitute a weekly match Points will be awarded for most total pins by a team in each game a total of 3 points to be awarded and for most total pins in the entire match one point will be awarded VII Reschedules Please avoid rescheduling matches during the season Because Intramural Sports does not have control of bowling establishment facilities the rescheduling of matches is a mush more difficult process than in other IM team sports If you must reschedule a match come to the Intramural Sports Office at RIMAC and talk with the Intramural staff member in charge of the bowling program In general pre bowled games will be allowed They must be completed prior to that week s match and must be bowled at the bowling alley that you have selected Please notify personnel at the bowling establishment that the scores need to be figured into the upcoming week s match VIII Handicap In computing individual bowling handicaps all fractions will be dropped A bowlers handicap will be 80 of the difference between an individuals average and 200 Sandbagging intentionally bowling low scores on a given week to generate a larger handicap score is an unethical practice as it relates to the competitive spirit of intramural sports competition

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    female will be worth 2 points A goal scored by a male will be worth 1 point A goal scored from beyond half pool will double the point value A penalty shot from the 4 yard line shall be worth one point Players must remain in their tube after releasing the ball in order for a goal to be scored unless a defensive player is responsible for the offensive player coming out of his her tube Goal shots must hit the back of the goal canvas or corner bar in order to be considered a legal goal Goal shots hitting the side of the goal or merely passing the imaginary plane of the goal mouth without hitting the back will not count Goals scored by an offensive player within the goal area will not be counted Goals scored when a defensive player is within the goal area will be counted IX Substitutions Free substitutions will be allowed but must take place at mid pool on the substituting team s defensive side All entering substitutes must notify the scorekeeper before entering the pool X Goal Play GOALIES MUST BE MEN AND CANNOT BE ICA PLAYERS Field players may not enter the goal area Violation enforcement Minor foul ball awarded to the goalie if committed by the offense Violation enforcement Minor foul ball awarded to nearest opponent if committed by defense NOTE Any penetration of the imaginary plane of the 2 yard line constitutes encroachment of the goal area Goalies may leave the goal area at any time Become regular field players once past 4yd line XI Putting the Ball in Play To start a period Each team will line up at opposite ends of the pool with three members of each team positioned on each side of the goal Play begins with a drop ball by the referee at mid pool in the lane nearest his the referee s side of the pool Free Throws After a free throw has been awarded one pass must be made before any shot on goal is attempted Opponents may not touch impede or interfere with a free thrower s attempt to pass the ball Free throws must be in play within 5 seconds Face Offs After two simultaneous fouls are committed by opposing players or two opposing players simultaneously control the ball a face off will be used to put the ball in play To execute a face off two opposing players will face the referee s sideline and position themselves at the second lane line on their defensive side of the pool The referee will drop the ball in play in lane one The ball is in play when it hits the water XII Penalty Shots Penalty shots must be taken by a female player The player must sit in her tube at the 4 yard line and at the command of the referee must raise the ball to a shooting position At the sound of the referee s whistle the player must

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    the basketball court and all throwing from out players must occur here Free Zone Consists of the area between the wall and sideline on either side of the basketball court and no active throwing will occur within those parameters VI Game Play The Grand Marshals shall place the six balls somewhere in the court the placement will differ from game to game in accordance with the Grand Marshal s appraisal of the game in order to ensure teams adaptability to unique dodgeball situations Each game will begin with players having one hand on their respective baseline walls On the WHISTLE of the Grand Marshal both teams must immediately run into the court to retrieve the dodgeballs Play starts as soon as the whistle is blown and all players within the court are fair game There will be no time outs during games except for injuries VII How to Win the Game The object of dodgeball is to peg out everyone on the other team before everyone on your team is pegged out The team with the last man still standing wins that game A match will be played in a best of seven format with the first team to win 4 games taking the match with a 12 minute time limit per match In the event that neither team has won 4 games at the end of the 12 minute period the team with the most wins will take the match In the event that both teams have the same number of games won the team with the most players in the inner court at the time will win the match In the anomalous situation that both teams have the same number of players in the inner court the Grand Marshal shall declare a Bamboozle Bottleneck and a Showdown will ensue see Sec 14 VIII Getting Out A player who is declared out must drop any balls in their possession where they stand and immediately exit outside of the nearest end or sideline DO NOT RUN THROUGH THE COURT They will then proceed to behind the baseline that is behind the opposing team to the outer court From this vantage point they can throw at the opposing team A player will be declared permanently out if they cross into the other team s half from the back baseline There are three obvious manners in which a player can get out 1 Pegged If a player is hit by a dodgeball below the neckline and the ball is not caught in midair they are out The neckline requirement is void if a player is ducking or in some other way making themselves shorter than their actual height 2 Caught If a ball is caught by the opposing team before it strikes the ground a wall another ball or any other portion of the playing area than the player that threw the ball is out If a ball strikes a player on the opposing team but is then caught by that player

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    Location Hours Products Staff Feedback FAQs Policies Contact Us Rental Shop Location Hours Products Pricing Staff Feedback Used Gear Sale FAQs Policies Contact Us Outback Film Series Rec Classes Adult Classes Archery Badminton Basketball Boxing Circus Arts Craft and Design Dance Fencing Figure Skating Fine Arts Fun and Games Golf Gymnastics Martial Arts Racquetball Scuba Stroke Clinics Surf Swim Conditioning Swim Lessons Tennis Volleyball Youth Classes Archery Dance Water Polo Swim Lessons Stroke Clinics Private Lessons Diving Fencing Martial Arts Workshops DIY Tennis Gymnastics Youth Camps Knock Around Meet the Staff FAQ Safety Interim Rec Clubs Register Your Org Policies Forms FAQ Contact Sports Clubs Ultimate Disc I Team Size A team consists of 7 players There shall be no limit to the number of eligible players 5 players must be present to begin a game II Eligibility See also Program Policies and Procedures and Participation Guidelines Only players listed on the official roster are eligible to participate on an ultimate disc team All players must meet the eligibility requirements of the UC San Diego Intramural Sports Office Additions and subtractions to official team roster must be made prior to that team s third league game No changes to rosters

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