I was a freshmen playing Club ball at a D1 school (as that is all we have) prior to being sent home as a result of the the recent pandemic. But for the future I was wondering if players in the NCBA are eligible or able to play in a summer league. I would love to play in the NCAA as a graduate student when I graduate undergrad in the future. With that being said, thank you for the help. 

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Different leagues have different requirements but generally you must have NCAA or NAIA college eligibility left to play in most summer leagues. Some leagues take all comers, usually weekend only leagues that have lots of former college and professional players of all ages, but the "name" best known leagues require college eligibility remaining.

Yeah I'm just looking to play in a league to continue playing over the summer. Any examples of these leagues you mentioned that are full of former players. 

Eazye22, you probably have at least 3 years of NCAA eligibility left, unless you've played professionally of something. 

Have you looked at NYCBL? Mostly D3 and juco players. One of their teams might take a look at you.

eazye22 posted:

Yeah I'm just looking to play in a league to continue playing over the summer. Any examples of these leagues you mentioned that are full of former players. 

Eazye what part of the country are you from?

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