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    So i'm looking to go back to college after 8 years and get my degree. I would like to play baseball while I am there.

    So my question is, would there be any division of college baseball in which a player like me would still be eligible to play?


    I am 28 years old, I used one year of eligibility for juco in 1999.
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    Originally posted by adamsowell View Post
    So i'm looking to go back to college after 8 years and get my degree. I would like to play baseball while I am there.

    So my question is, would there be any division of college baseball in which a player like me would still be eligible to play?


    I am 28 years old, I used one year of eligibility for juco in 1999.
    I think you can play NAIA.

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    • #3
      NAIA?

      That would be great. Any idea on how I can find out?
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      • #4
        Originally posted by adamsowell View Post
        NAIA?

        That would be great. Any idea on how I can find out?
        http://naia.cstv.com/
        Last edited by TG Coach; 05-28-2007, 01:16 PM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by TG Coach View Post
          hmm... thank link isn't working for me....
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          • #6
            try www.naia.org

            I always thought that once you started your eligibility you had 10 semesters/5 years to complete it. That might be a NCAA thing, I know NAIA has more relaxed rules when it comes to certain things.

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            • #7
              i found this

              10. YOU MUST be within your first 10 semesters, 12 trimesters, or 15 quarters of attendance as a regularly enrolled student. A term of attendance is any semester, trimester or quarter in which you enroll for nine or more institutional credit hours and attend any class. ( Summer sessions are not included, but night school, extension or correspondence courses as applicable to this ruling.)

              I found this ruling. I'm not really sure how its worded. I'm been in school for 5 semesters, but it started in 1997-1999. This NAIA rule doesn't say anything about years, so i'm wonder what exactly first 10 semesters means.

              My other friend how has 2 years left of eligibility, same age as me, has a law degree, so he has completed 12+ semesters.
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              • #8
                Naia

                Adam - hey, this is Jimmie Naumann, remember Austin Community College baseball? I'm still coaching at Huston-Tillotson here in Austin. HT is an NAIA school. E-mail me at [email protected]
                Thanks

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