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NCAA Coaches Survey

Postby UKLaxfan Thu Aug 02, 2012 8:54 pm

Article:
http://laxmagazine.com/college_men/DI/2 ... ges_needed

Survey:
http://laxmagazine.com/genrel/2012-MLAX-Survey-1.pdf

RESULTS
Rules Review

 Approximately 40 percent of all respondents indicated that Pace of Play is the aspect of the game that is in the most need of improvement.

Major Topics
 Nearly 70 percent of all respondents indicated that they agree that the current rules pertaining to stick head dimensions are acceptable.
 When asked to indicate what aspect or aspects of the game of lacrosse they find more appealing, the majority of respondents indicated transition or the speed of play.
 More than 95 percent of all respondents indicated that they agree that the current rules pertaining to stick handle lengths are acceptable.
 More than 80 percent of respondents indicated “Agree” when asked if the current rules pertaining to pocket depth are acceptable.
 Nearly 55 percent of all respondents indicated that they disagree that the game needs to have a shot clock.
 More than 70 percent of respondents indicated “Disagree” when asked if the current rules pertaining to the stall warning are acceptable.
 More than 90 percent of respondents indicated that they feel the face off needs to continue to be a part of the game of lacrosse.
 Approximately 70 percent of respondents are in favor of the current rule that has the face off man running off the field after violation.
 More than 75 percent of respondents indicated that they are not in favor of implementing a 2-point shot.
 Approximately 65 percent of respondents indicated that they do like the current substitutions rules.
 More than 75 percent of respondents indicated that they are in favor of having quick re-starts in the attack area for the defending team at the point where the whistle blew rather than having to take the ball outside of the attack area.
 Approximately 54 percent of all respondents indicated that they are in favor of not allowing the goalkeeper five-seconds to return to the goal after running out a shot.

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