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Digest (Aug. 14): Teams to experiment with shot clock in fall

Digest (Aug. 14): Teams to experiment with shot clock in fall

The NCAA Men's Lacrosse Rules Committee cleared the way for teams to experiment with a shot clock this fall. The committee, which met last week in Indianapolis, has asked teams to use a visible 60-second shot clock in fall competitions. The committee also conducted a full review of the rules and membership feedback. For teams choosing to use the experimental rule, the shot clock will start when possession is established. Teams will continue to have 30 seconds to clear the ball and enter the attack area. If a team regains possession after satisfying the shot clock (hitting the goal pipe; goalkeeper makes a save, etc.), the clock will reset to 60 seconds.

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