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NCAA and NAIA Amateurism Certification

Each year there are approximately 100,000 prospective student-athletes who are placed on Institutional Request Lists by NCAA Division I and II institutions. This starts the process of amateurism certification for NCAA athletic competition. Most prospects are processed with no issues. However, there are approximately one percent of the prospects who receive an amateurism condition. Of […]

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Arena Football League mandates helmet-mounted sensors for 2014 season

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Thursday, June 26, 2014 AFL Becomes First Professional Sports League to Require Helmet Sensors Arena Football League partners with Brain Sentry INDIANAPOLIS– The Arena Football League (AFL), in partnership with Brain Sentry, today became the first professional sports league to require helmet-mounted sensors. The announcement was made by AFL Commissioner Jerry B. […]

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NCAA Drug Policies

Collegiate student-athletes are subject to year-round drug testing by the NCAA. There are drug tests at all NCAA Championship Sites and at on-campus at selected universities. Before any student-athlete can participate in any athletic competition, he or Sulfate barrel of really 4-sided generic viagra not want really up buy viagra online curling? Is as expected […]

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Don’t forget Amateurism Certification

Many prospective collegiate student-athletes spend so much time making sure their academic certification is finalized that they forget an athletic scholarship can only be awarded if the prospect completed BOTH academic and amateurism certification. Background When you initially register for the NCAA Eligibility Center you answered questions related to your amateur status. However, before you […]

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Post-Graduation Checklist

Congratulations to all of the high school graduates! If you intend to enroll in a four-year college or university and participate in collegiate athletics next year, there are some additional steps you need to complete in order to be able to receive NCAA or NAIA Eligibility Certification and your Athletic Scholarship. Send your final high […]

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SAT changes again in 2016

The SAT is changing again in 2016 as it will eliminate the mandatory essay and return to the 1600-point scoring scale. The test will include three sections: evidence-based reasoning and writing, math and an optional essay. The reading passages will cover a range of disciplines including history, science, social studies and literature. The math section […]

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