- Officials' Availability Form
- COVID-19 Officials' Questionnaire
- Officials' Hotel Reservation Form
- Head Referee Report
- Reimbursement Form
- Referee Registration
- Desk Training Mannual
- Desk Officials Test
- Downloadable Scoresheet
- NCAA Water Polo Officiating Reporting
2021 MEN’S & WOMEN’S REFEREE AVAILABILITY FORMS – VARSITY & CLUB
It is extremely important that officials follow the below instructions for completing the form in order for their submission to be recorded properly. The referee availability form is due no later than the date listed if a referee wants to be considered for assignments.
Please review the following instructions before completing the availability form:
1. When completing your availability form it is imperative that you include your full last name, first initial and preference number for each event on THAT DATE you select for each weekend. Example, John Smith’s first choice for a particular weekend should be listed as “Smith, J 1” and his second choice as “Smith, J 2” in the space provided after the event. If he is only selecting one event on a weekend it should still be listed as “Smith, J 1” in the space provided after that event.
*** Additionally, please be sure to include how you are willing to travel by including your last name, first initial next to the appropriate line for EACH weekend you are available to officiate. Your two options are: “you are willing to fly or drive” or “you are only willing to drive.” Please DO NOT book any flights until institutions have declared their intent to participate in the fall, the season schedule is confirmed and you receive approval from the Coordinator of Officials or the CWPA League Office. This will likely occur by the beginning of August due to the current circumstances surrounding COVID-19.
2) Referees should include their Alma Mater as well as listing any family members (coaches or student-athletes) currently competing at a CWPA institution in water polo.
3. Any referee planning to work a CWPA league event must first pass the NCAA Rules Test prior to the start of the season (unless already completed prior to the men’s season). The NCAA test is available through Arbiter for varsity officials. Club officials may request a link to a free online test. When you have successfully completed the test please copy your score and email: email@example.com
4. Any CWPA official that wishes to be considered for nomination to officiate at the NCAA Championship must have be selected to referee a CWPA varsity league championship. Selections are based on game evaluations, experience, coaches’ evaluations and recommendations of the CWPA Technical Committee.
If you have any questions, contact the league office at 610-277-6787. Otherwise, use the following links to access the on-line referee availability forms:
2021 Winter Men’s Varsity Referee Availability Form
(Due no later than Tuesday, December 15, 2020; Download & fill out the form, email back to firstname.lastname@example.org)
2021 Winter Men’s Club Referee Availability Form (TBA)
2021 Spring Women’s Varsity Referee Availability Form (TBA)
2021 Spring Women’s Club Referee Availability Form (TBA)
DESK OFFICIALS TRAINING TEST
Description of the Game
1. How many players are in the pool at the same time for one team?
2. How are ordinary or technical fouls rewarded?
3. At what times will a player, who committed a major foul, not be ejected?
4. What occurs when a defensive player commits a penalty within five meters of the goal?
5. What does the referee do every time a foul is committed?
6. When can a player re-enter the game after an ejection?
7. How many major fouls can a player commit during one game?
8. How many ordinary fouls can a player commit during one game?
1. How should desk officials be dressed?
1. How many seconds does a team have to take a shot in a collegiate game?
2. What is the key to working the shot clock?
3. What is “Dead Time”?
4. What are two ways a player can take a “free throw”?
5. Name the circumstances under which the shot clock will be reset.
Game Time/Ejection Time
1. How many quarters are there in each game and how long are they?
2. What are the three jobs of the game timer?
3. What are the three types of fouls?
4. Where must the player re-enter the game from? Where are these areas located?
5. When and how does the game timer let the player know he should re-enter?
6. When is it the referee’s responsibility to let the player back in the game?
7. When should the game timer wave the red flag?
8. When should the table tell the referee of a third foul committed by an offensive player?
9. What should the table do if an ejected player with three fouls re-enters the game?
10. What will happen if a player re-enters under a red flag?
11. When should you let the referee know about a third major foul when the third foul results in a penalty shot? (before or after shot)
1. What is the scorer’s job?
2. What must the scorer record during a game?
3. Why is the statistical portion extremely important?
4. What statistics should the scorebook be able to produce?
5. What is the first step in scoring?
6. What incidental information should be recorded?
7. Which portion of the score sheet has priority in a discrepancy? (Statistical Summary – top or Game Progress – bottom)
8. What do the following codes signify?
9. How should you fill in the ejections column?
10. How should goals be marked?
11. When should you fill in the triangle?
12. When should summary totals be completed?
1. When should a goalie save be recorded?
2. When should a shot be recorded and in what column?
3. Do total shots include scores?
4. When does a steal occur and how should it be recorded?
5. When does a kickout drawn occur and how is it recorded?
6. How should sprints be recorded?
7. What is an assist and how is it recorded?