Below are references to provide information on the scorekeeping and timekeeping process for the HRLax League High School Lacrosse Divisions for the Spring 2017 season.
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Table Crew: Timekeepers/Scorekeepers/Statisticians
Timekeepers keep game-times and penalty times; the position is a game requirement, provided by the home team
Scorekeepers record rosters, goals, assists, penalties, and team time-outs in the official scorebook; the position is a game requirement, provided by the home team. An additional scorekeeper provided by the visiting team is encouraged.
HRLax encourages each team to provide a statistician and spotter for each of their games to accurately record player stats and to enter them on the HRLax website. Statisticians record individual shots, ground balls, caused turnovers, turnovers, face-offs, and goalie saves.
Test your knowledge:
Timekeepers & Scorekeepers:
USL Women's Timekeeper & Scorekeeper Roles - Excerpt of duties of timekeeper and scorekeeper from the official US Lacrosse Rule Book for Women's and Girl's Lacrosse
NCAA Women's Statisticians' Manual - The Official National Collegiate Athletic Association 2016 Women's Lacrosse Statisticians' Manual
Women's Lacrosse Statisticians Guide - From USLacrosse.org, published 2014