Deciding between two Junior Colleges

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Eligibility Coach:

My daughter is having a hard time deciding between two junior colleges. Can she sign a National Letter of Intent [NLI] with both schools until she makes up her mind?

Dear Parent:

While the National Junior College Athletic Association [NJCAA] does not penalize a prospective student-athlete who signs an NLI with a NJCAA and a NCAA college, it does not allow prospects to sign with two NJCAA member institutions. If your daughter signs with two NJCAA colleges, she will become immediately ineligible to compete in any NJCAA competitions for the 2012-13 year.

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