I asked my team mates about this yesterday, and none of them could come close
to agreeing on the matter, so I bring it to you:
Yesterday at a tournament, our team, while on defense, was playing zone defense
with a three man cup. I was marking, and was forcing hard forehand. My stance
was with my arms spread, planar with my body, and I was not moving. The
thrower, in an attempt to throw, brough his hand back, thus hitting my
(stationary) hand with the disk. The disk remained in his hand, but he
ended up throwing it directly into the man opposite me in the cup (I don't
know if this was the result of the contact or just a bad throw). He didn't
call anything, but my question is, could he have?
Joshua A. Laff, CRL operator, UofI (217) 384-6249
Disclaimer: If I were speaking for the UofI, I wouldn't be paying tuition.