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Old Mon Sep 18, 2006, 07:06pm
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06-07 CCA men and women's manual

I know this is random, but both the men and women's version came in the mail today. I'm very excited!!!

I remember someone posted this inquiry a few weeks back. Go to www.referee.com and order your copy today.
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Old Mon Sep 18, 2006, 09:53pm
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Good memory.
Thanks, I anticipate mine coming in anyday.
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Old Tue Sep 19, 2006, 07:07am
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I know this is random, but both the men and women's version came in the mail today. I'm very excited!!!

I remember someone posted this inquiry a few weeks back. Go to www.referee.com and order your copy today.
Mwanr1,

Do you work both mens and womens college ball? Where I live you must work one or the other, not both. What is the situation in your area?
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Old Tue Sep 19, 2006, 12:41pm
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Mwanr1,

Do you work both mens and womens college ball? Where I live you must work one or the other, not both. What is the situation in your area?
Ohh no, I don't work on the Collegiate level yet. I purchased the books for learning purposes only.
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Old Tue Sep 19, 2006, 12:45pm
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Aren't those available on the NCAA website? I thought I saw it as a PDF file there last year. I have my first actual women's game this season (I've done some weekend tournaments and such, but this is my first contract) and I'll have to study up before it gets here.
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Old Tue Sep 19, 2006, 12:52pm
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Aren't those available on the NCAA website? I thought I saw it as a PDF file there last year. I have my first actual women's game this season (I've done some weekend tournaments and such, but this is my first contract) and I'll have to study up before it gets here.
I don't think they are available on the website. They need to be purchased... but you should definitely invest on one though. They'll be very helpful to you. It is very easy to read, with lots of diagrams and pictures. This $15 book will help you invest on thousands of $$ inthe future!

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http://www.referee.com/cca/basketball/
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Old Tue Sep 19, 2006, 01:00pm
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Aren't those available on the NCAA website? I thought I saw it as a PDF file there last year. I have my first actual women's game this season (I've done some weekend tournaments and such, but this is my first contract) and I'll have to study up before it gets here.
The NCAA Rulebook and CCA Mechanics books are two different things. NASO produces the CCA books and they sell them off their website.

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Old Tue Sep 19, 2006, 01:09pm
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Thanks, at the moment, all I need are the rulesbooks. I have done the mechanics before and am fairly comfortable with that. I'm sure as I add more college games (hopefully soon, this is kind of a big season for me) I'll need to buy the other books.
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Old Tue Sep 19, 2006, 01:15pm
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The CCA Mechanics change every year. It is always beneficial to know what those changes are so the people you work with are on the same page.

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Good advice. Thanks.
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