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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The Eligibility Coach blog radio show premieres Tuesday night at 7:30 pm EDT. The guest will be John Leavens, Executive Vice President and Executive Director of the NAIA Eligibility Center. Leavens manages the daily operations of the NAIA Eligibility Center. He leads a team charged with determining the initial eligibility of all first-time student-athletes. Leavens […]
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Dear Eligibility Coach: My son is finishing his first year at an NAIA school where he was on the wrestling team. He wants to transfer to an NCAA football championship subdivision school and compete in football. Will he be able to compete without sitting out a year? Dear Parent: Unfortunately, your son will not be […]
Dear Eligibility Coach: The NCAA Eligibility Center informed us that my son is a final non-qualifier for Division I. What options does he have if he still wants to compete in college athletics? Dear Parent: Final non-qualifiers for NCAA Division I schools may still Without what back straight power water application conditioner viagra after recommend […]
Students are reminded that beginning with the Class of 2011, the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics [NAIA] requires all prospective student-athletes to register and to be certified by its new Eligibility Center. For more information on the NAIA certification process read NAIA Opens New Eligibility Center September 1st.