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Ronnieb
05-12-2016, 01:32 PM
Should just sit out a year, Sneddon has UVM going down and fast (should have never left the ECAC), with him signing his NLI already he's kind of screwed for this year if Vermont are going to really go against his wishes but playing 3 years (really using this year to bulk up) might be better then 4 disappointing years.

If he sat out, he would still have 4 years.

techtodenver
05-12-2016, 11:25 PM
If he sat out, he would still have 4 years.

With him signing the NLI I thought he'd lose a year even if he decides to go back to juniors? I could be wrong

Almington
05-13-2016, 10:53 AM
With him signing the NLI I thought he'd lose a year even if he decides to go back to juniors? I could be wrong

Correct, A player loses a year of eligibility if a school does not grant a full release from the NLI if the player does not play one season at the school.

UWisco
05-13-2016, 02:22 PM
A quick glance at Dubuque's website shows that Vance is no longer committed to Wisconsin. I don't know if you guys established that yet.

markwojo
05-13-2016, 02:56 PM
A quick glance at Dubuque's website shows that Vance is no longer committed to Wisconsin. I don't know if you guys established that yet.

Heisenberg does not list him as committed either. Someone I know real familiar with Dubuque Saints hockey put it pretty succinctly to me last fall when we attended a game and the conversation of Ford came up....nice player but he is not what your prototypical Wisconsin dman looks like...and Vance is in the same boat. Like Astern, hopefully there is another card up the sleeve and preferably right handed.

herbst20
05-14-2016, 08:39 AM
A quick glance at Dubuque's website shows that Vance is no longer committed to Wisconsin. I don't know if you guys established that yet.

To further add confirmation, he was not listed as a Wisconsin commit on the game day line chart for last night.

Ronnieb
05-14-2016, 05:46 PM
To further add confirmation, he was not listed as a Wisconsin commit on the game day line chart for last night.

Good player, he'll be there in the fall.

Bonin21
05-14-2016, 05:48 PM
He'll be where?

Ronnieb
05-14-2016, 10:42 PM
Badgerland

Bonin21
05-14-2016, 11:14 PM
Despite many signs pointing to that not being the case anymore?

Ronnieb
05-15-2016, 12:47 AM
Despite many signs pointing to that not being the case anymore?

Yes

UWisco
05-15-2016, 01:02 AM
Yes

I would be stunned if I saw his name on the roster at this point. Nice player, but I don't see the new staff bringing him in.

Ronnieb
05-15-2016, 01:16 AM
I would be stunned if I saw his name on the roster at this point. Nice player, but I don't see the new staff bringing him in.

Yep, college recruiting is nuts.

BadgerHockey9
05-16-2016, 04:15 PM
UW recruit Dan Labosky currently leads the USHL play-offs in scoring 5-11-16. His team, Tri-city Storm is 1 win away from the title.

NEWI Badger Fan
05-16-2016, 06:31 PM
UW recruit Dan Labosky currently leads the USHL play-offs in scoring 5-11-16. His team, Tri-city Storm is 1 win away from the title.


Apologize in advance. The Big Labosky. Crease Creatures need to introduce this.

ExileOnDaytonStreet
05-16-2016, 07:41 PM
Apologize in advance. The Big Labosky. Crease Creatures need to introduce this.

BH9 was just checking in to see what condition his condition was in.

Ronnieb
05-18-2016, 11:30 AM
Anybody know what rule allows NCAA transfers that go back to juniors, then ability to play the following year without having a year in academic residency at new school?

WiscDC
05-18-2016, 06:24 PM
Anybody know what rule allows NCAA transfers that go back to juniors, then ability to play the following year without having a year in academic residency at new school?

I haven't looked it up, but here's how I see it:

It's not about a rule allowing that. It's about there being no rule forbidding it. A student athlete (not including those going from undergraduate to graduate school) is forbidden from playing the next season after transferring. There are rules allowing for that restriction to be waived, of course, but I've never heard of any rules requiring the student-athlete to be at the school he will play for after the one year away from NCAA competition. If there aren't any, then there's no need for a rule allowing it.

Again, I haven't studied this, but that's what I assume is the case. I've never even thought of a rule restricting or allowing guys to not be at their future school when transferring.

Ronnieb
05-18-2016, 08:10 PM
I haven't looked it up, but here's how I see it:

It's not about a rule allowing that. It's about there being no rule forbidding it. A student athlete (not including those going from undergraduate to graduate school) is forbidden from playing the next season after transferring. There are rules allowing for that restriction to be waived, of course, but I've never heard of any rules requiring the student-athlete to be at the school he will play for after the one year away from NCAA competition. If there aren't any, then there's no need for a rule allowing it.

Again, I haven't studied this, but that's what I assume is the case. I've never even thought of a rule restricting or allowing guys to not be at their future school when transferring.

Thx. So, the way you see it is a player can leave school A, he can return to juniors (if remaining eligibility) use that as sit out year and then play immediately at school B after the year away. The reason I ask is the NCAA frequently refers to a "year in academic residency" prior to competing with new school. No idea what that means. Very confusing, but what isn't with the NCAA :)

WiscDC
05-19-2016, 08:29 AM
Here we go...



To the guy on USCHO asking about transfers, there are a few ways to transfer. The first is a regular transfer and you need to spend one year of residency on campus at the new institution where you cannot participate in games but you can practice.

The other way is called 4-2-4. It's where you start your career at a 4 year school and decide to transfer. You spend your transfer year in the USHL (or another junior league). During this year you have to transfer from your original 4 year school to a 2 year school. During that season off you need to graduate from the 2 year school. After that year you transfer to your new 4 year university to play. Hence, 4-2-4.