This situation happened in a NCAA Tournament game that I attended last week, and I wanted to get your opinion on this issue. West Virginia was coming down the field with mere seconds to go, down 2 goals to 1. Forward Laura Kane took a desparation shot that bounced off the crossbar; Marisa Kanela followed and tucked the ball away, three or four seconds after the stadium clock expired. However, the center referee had not blown the final whistle and did not do so until after the rebound was buried in the net. So, in a nutshell, my question is: what constitutes the end of a college women's soccer game-- the clock, or the center referee? Thanks for your time.