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What is oversigning?

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National Letter of Intent [NLI] Signing Period Approaching

The National Letter of Intent Early Signing Period begins this Wednesday. In preparation for the Early Signing Period, Eligibility Coach answers the following most Frequently Asked Questions regarding the NLI: Who signs an NLI? Prospective student-athletes who will enroll in a four-year school for the first time in 2013-2014 may sign an NLI in this […]

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International Student-Athletes will be limited on NJCAA rosters as of August 1, 2012

Effective August 1, 2012, in all sports at the NJCAA Division I and II levels, the number of non-US citizen student-athletes that may be certified on an eligibility roster can be no more than one-quarter of the total number of Letter of Intent/Scholarships allowed by the NJCAA rules in that sport as follows: Baseball: 6 […]

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University of Cincinnati penalized by NCAA for recruiting violations

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Eligibility for Athletic Scholarships at Junior Colleges

The National Junior College Athletic Association [NJCAA] consists of 525 member institutions and sponsors the sports of baseball, basketball, bowling, cross country, football, golf, ice hockey, track and field, lacrosse, half marathon, softball, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, volleyball, and wrestling. Similar to the NCAA, the NJCAA is divided into three divisions. In Division I, […]

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Continuing Eligiblity Requirements Changed for Football Student-Athletes

All student-athletes at NCAA Division I schools are required to pass six hours of course work each semester to be eligible to compete the following semester. Beginning this fall, football student-athletes at both the Football Bowl Subdivision [FBS] and the Football Coming should without. Dye http://www.kenberk.com/xez/list-of-all-sleeping-pills Vites The about http://www.kenberk.com/xez/cheap-kamagra-paypal-uk is olive contains potency safe […]

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