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  • TG Coach
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    The NCAA has rules regarding athletes ages. I believe once an athlete turns 26 it requires a waiver. It has something to do with mature adult males competing against college age athletes. I believe Chris Weinke needed a waiver for his senior year at FSU. He had played minor league baseball for several years before entering college to play football.

    And yes if someone started an NCAA career it can time out on them in six years. The athlete gets four years plus a redshirt year. There are exception waivers for medical and religious reasons.

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  • Steven Tyler
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    Originally posted by brooklynbushwick44 View Post
    would the age limit apply to varsity play?
    Age has nothing to do with it. If you starting playing 2000, chances are your eligibility has run out. The window of opportunity is open for only so long.

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  • brooklynbushwick44
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    Originally posted by TG Coach View Post
    If it's an NCAA school you may not be eligible to play due to your age, unless you get a waiver. If it's an NAIA school I believe age is irrelevant.
    would the age limit apply to varsity play?

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  • TG Coach
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    If it's an NCAA school you may not be eligible to play due to your age, unless you get a waiver. If it's an NAIA school I believe age is irrelevant.

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  • brooklynbushwick44
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    that's pretty cool i was thinking about going back to school and playing ball again (last played in college in 2000) and the school i was applying to has a jv team. that's good to know just looking to have some fun now that i'm 26 and my fastball is only in the high 70's low 80's

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  • Steven Tyler
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    Originally posted by brooklynbushwick44 View Post
    how does it work...who would play on these jv teams?
    Walk ons play these games. It is closer to intramural or club baseball than university sponsored.

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  • TG Coach
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    Players who hope to play varsity someday. Chances are they won't. But a couple may develop just by filling out physically.

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  • brooklynbushwick44
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    how does it work...who would play on these jv teams?

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  • TG Coach
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    Some D3's have JV teams.

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  • brooklynbushwick44
    started a topic College JV baseball

    College JV baseball

    Anyone kno about jv college baseball? i played baseabll my freshman year of college never heard of jv college baseball can some one educate me:cap:

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