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Old Fri Jul 15, 2016, 06:15am
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Women's College v HS Rule Differences

What are the major rule differences between NFHS and Women's NCAA?
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Old Fri Jul 15, 2016, 08:24am
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If you have access to a rule book you should be able to find them in a chart in the back of the book

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Old Fri Jul 15, 2016, 09:21am
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If you have access to a rule book you should be able to find them in a chart in the back of the book

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Old Sat Jul 16, 2016, 02:57pm
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I believe NCAA-W can dunk a dead ball without being penalized
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Old Sat Jul 16, 2016, 04:26pm
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I believe NCAA-W can dunk a dead ball without being penalized
So can NCAA-M.

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Old Sat Jul 16, 2016, 04:32pm
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So you can dunk in warm-ups in NCAA w/o penality, but it is a technical foul for NFHS.
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Old Sat Jul 16, 2016, 10:14pm
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Old Sun Jul 17, 2016, 06:40am
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So you can dunk in warm-ups in NCAA w/o penality, but it is a technical foul for NFHS.
It's also a T for Junior College. At least in NY state.
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Old Sun Jul 17, 2016, 11:37am
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It's also a T for Junior College. At least in NY state.
The organization took a stand and said it was illegal in JUCO, not just a state thing. NAIA also it is legal, but some conferences do not allow you to dunk during warm-ups.

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Old Mon Jul 18, 2016, 11:00am
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So you can dunk in warm-ups in NCAA w/o penality, but it is a technical foul for NFHS.


Just FYI, it is seen as poor taste for a referee to dunk at any time, before, during, or after any game he or she is officiating.
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Old Mon Jul 18, 2016, 11:02am
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We had a coach get in the warmup line at a camp I was working this past weekend. Younger guy. He missed a dunk and hung on the rim.

I had a talk with him -- simply told him I've never seen a coach pick up a technical foul for dunking before a game. He laughed, I laughed, he got the message and went to the bench.
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Old Mon Jul 18, 2016, 11:03am
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The organization took a stand and said it was illegal in JUCO, not just a state thing. NAIA also it is legal, but some conferences do not allow you to dunk during warm-ups.

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Since my last season of calling college ball at any level was 2007-08. When did the NJCAA adopt the no dunking a Dead Ball Rule for the women's game?

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Since my last season of calling college ball at any level was 2007-08. When did the NJCAA adopt the no dunking a Dead Ball Rule for the women's game?

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For the record I was talking about Men's basketball. I have no idea what the rule is for women's college or if there ever was a rule.

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