2012 IWLCA Womens Lacrosse Video Exchange Policy
IWLCA WOMEN’S LACROSSE VIDEO EXCHANGE
2012 Regular Season Policies & Regulations
(NCAA and Conference rules and regulations supersede the IWLCA policy below)
1) The Video Exchange Policy is mandated as follows:
a) A coach may request two recorded regular season games from each opponent.
b) Requests should be made by Mid-February.
c) The video format supplied (DVD or online media) will be determined by the team providing
the video, so long as there are no additional costs associated to the receiving team in
order to download the video for use and there is no decrease in quality.
d) Each coach is personally responsible for providing the video requested regardless of
where the game record originated and/or who produced it.
e) *If agreed upon, the home team will supply the visiting team a copy of the game as
soon as possible after the game for use in their agreed upon exchanges.
f) All videos must:
- Be on DVD or by digital media exchange
- Include sound
- Be produced from midfield, at an elevated position
- Tape the Scoreboard
- After goals
- At the end of the half
- At the conclusion of the game
• Email confirmation with tracking # to recipient on every delivery – When applicable
• Must be received by the requesting coach within three business days of the game
i) For example: If the game requested is played on a Saturday or Sunday, the
video must be received NO LATER than the following Wednesday.
ii) If the game requested is played on Wednesday, the video must be received
NO LATER than the following Monday.
• Overnight mailing is strongly recommended.
• If a requested video cannot be provided or delivered on time, a phone call to the
opposing coach is required as soon as the problem becomes apparent.
2) The following are recommendations for taping the game
a) Include the taping of the starting Line-ups
i) On Clears/Ride:
ii) Taping from the end line extended to the 30 yard line
iii) Keep play in front of the ball
iv) Ball carrier should not be in the middle of the picture
i) Minimum of 30 yards in transition play
ii) Full view of the field of play with the ball on one end of the view finder… allowing a
view of the field in front of the play.
c) Settled 7 v. 7
i) View playing area depending on defense
ii) Show the width of the play
d) 8 meters:
i) 12 meters to goal on 8 meter free position shots
e) Draw Control
i) Complete circle and all players on the circle visible
ii) Entire center circle and restraining lines on each draw.