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e. A false double foul. 7-2-e. Play-on. Art. Beginners and intermediate players should know these penalties in order to avoid putting their team at a disadvantage (as penalties often result in loss of the ball and/or in man-down situations).However, please be aware that lacrosse penalties vary between youth, high school and college play. h�b```f``�f`�R �aB�������m�w�Y8���`Kb��~�É���a���$!�=�P��+�m��.�c�g����+��`� ��:��lSx2����7BT�20��Ҍ@���q!|Fa� U�-� In order for a foul to be ruled to have occurred in the act of shooting, the offensive player must gather the ball and begin his continuous motion to shoot prior to the foul occurring. Art.
A thrower-in is the player attempting the throw-in.
In order for a foul to be ruled to have occurred in the act of shooting, the offensive player must gather the ball and begin his continuous motion to shoot prior to the foul occurring. After a flagrant 1 or 2 personal foul, a player of the team to which the throw-in has been awarded shall make the throw-in from a designated spot nearest to where the foul occurred. The ball shall be out of bounds when it touches a player who is out of bounds, any other person, the floor or any object on or outside a boundary, the supports or back of the backboard, or the ceiling or overhead equipment.
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c. Multiple foul.
2. /[u�� �Hh%��p��C#�$ Double Foul - When two opponents commit personal or technical fouls against each other at about the same time. When the ball is located out of bounds, the thrower-in may pass the ball into the back court. We still have simultaneous fouls, but here the team in possession committed a personal foul. �PYx�"j$�Ѱ�A�kM�2b#@i��F3%� � �숴�s����y�,8H�P��xMR��ϵ}��&H���x[�2E��6t�4�ϜrcG���zO����m�^��^�|�AC�DT��QI[l��Sj��҈-%QXMe���N頌�Nc���5vܑz.�x�P��'���v��������Q?��W � 5. Art. After the administration of the penalty for a personal foul or a technical foul, the penalty for a single flagrant 2 technical foul, a single contact dead ball technical foul, or an administrative technical foul for an excessive timeout shall be administered. Back Door – A play, pass, or cut taking advantage of a (back) turned defender An airborne player's status shall be where she was last in contact with the floor. 7.