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alisha

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How does my daughter apply for a redshirt year or a hardship waiver to get back the year she lost last year?


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I've reviewed previous posts, but I can't seem to find the answer: Did your daughter end up finding a school?

The answer to your question is she needs to talk to the compliance person at the school she ended up at. However, I am sorry to say, from the facts that I know, she will not get a redshirt because she played too much. As much as I feel for her situation, the NCAA is not going to give her the season back. (I am not sure about NAIA rules if she went to an NAIA school, but I would think they would be similar.)

Sorry. Wish I had better news or the answer you wanted to hear.
alisha

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She was having some great luck as there were several schools interested in having come in as an invited walk on unfortunately the school that she was most interested called a week ago approx. and had to rescind there offer due to the fact that tehy said they picked up some transfers to play her positions.  We had the opportunity to workout for a school in the WAC I believe but after I talked to the coach it did not sound to promising as tehy were looking pitching so I did not want to waste the money! One school wants her to fly out and attend their camp but were waiting for additional details as this would be an expensive trip.  She has already been accepted to the university and I don't want to name until she is actually there as I am superstitious and plus everytime she appears to have something locked something happens.  Nevada wanted her to walk on but Coach Garderner left right after we received the information so I am hopeful this one works out!!


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Well, I wish her luck wherever she ends up. Please let us know.

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