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- Updated with early signings from November, 2015. Eubanks assumed to be WO in 2015-16 and scholarship thereafter.

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This is a valuable chart to have pinned for quick and frequent consultation!

Interesting that Walsh is listed as a sophomore on the roster but refers to himself as a junior. Academically, it makes sense that he's a junior based on the following:

In 2008-2009 he redshirted his freshman season at Xavier and didn't play after breaking his hand (he did appear in a couple of games before the injury).

In 2009-2010 he played for Xavier for the full season.

In 2010-2011 he sat out the season after transferring to UA.

So he's already spent three years in school but has played only one season.

The NCAA's "Five-Year Clock" rule states:

In Division I, the first time you enroll in any two-year or four-year school as a full-time student, you start your five-year period of eligibility. You have five-calendar years from initial collegiate enrollment to play four seasons of competition — even if you are not enrolled in school at all or attend school part-time within that time frame.

So, technically, his five-year period of eligibility should be completed at the end of the 2012-2013 season.

But could he petition for an extra year of eligibility for having redshirted in 2008-2009 due to an injury? If so, then I believe he could play for the Zips until the end of the 2013-2014 season, which would effectively make him a sophomore player this season rather than a junior.

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This is a valuable chart to have pinned for quick and frequent consultation!

Interesting that Walsh is listed as a sophomore on the roster but refers to himself as a junior. Academically, it makes sense that he's a junior based on the following:

In 2008-2009 he redshirted his freshman season at Xavier and didn't play after breaking his hand (he did appear in a couple of games before the injury).

In 2009-2010 he played for Xavier for the full season.

In 2010-2011 he sat out the season after transferring to UA.

So he's already spent three years in school but has played only one season.

The NCAA's "Five-Year Clock" rule states:

In Division I, the first time you enroll in any two-year or four-year school as a full-time student, you start your five-year period of eligibility. You have five-calendar years from initial collegiate enrollment to play four seasons of competition — even if you are not enrolled in school at all or attend school part-time within that time frame.

So, technically, his five-year period of eligibility should be completed at the end of the 2012-2013 season.

But could he petition for an extra year of eligibility for having redshirted in 2008-2009 due to an injury? If so, then I believe he could play for the Zips until the end of the 2013-2014 season, which would effectively make him a sophomore player this season rather than a junior.

Or, maybe he meant he's a junior academically. Shrug. ;) I guess we'll have to wait for the official word from GoZips.

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This is a valuable chart to have pinned for quick and frequent consultation!

Interesting that Walsh is listed as a sophomore on the roster but refers to himself as a junior. Academically, it makes sense that he's a junior based on the following:

In 2008-2009 he redshirted his freshman season at Xavier and didn't play after breaking his hand (he did appear in a couple of games before the injury).

In 2009-2010 he played for Xavier for the full season.

In 2010-2011 he sat out the season after transferring to UA.

So he's already spent three years in school but has played only one season.

The NCAA's "Five-Year Clock" rule states:

In Division I, the first time you enroll in any two-year or four-year school as a full-time student, you start your five-year period of eligibility. You have five-calendar years from initial collegiate enrollment to play four seasons of competition — even if you are not enrolled in school at all or attend school part-time within that time frame.

So, technically, his five-year period of eligibility should be completed at the end of the 2012-2013 season.

But could he petition for an extra year of eligibility for having redshirted in 2008-2009 due to an injury? If so, then I believe he could play for the Zips until the end of the 2013-2014 season, which would effectively make him a sophomore player this season rather than a junior.

Or, maybe he meant he's a junior academically. Shrug. ;) I guess we'll have to wait for the official word from GoZips.

or maybe he meant that he was named after his dad and if he has a kid will give him the same name and make him the III.

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Updated since the 2011 Summer Prospectus spells out that Brian Walsh apparently will have 3 to play for the Zips. B) B) B) Go Zips!
I'm pretty sure I just heard KD say on ZipsLive that the following individuals would be graduating NEXT year:1) Zeke2) Quincy3) Chauncey Gilliam4) Brian WalshSo Walsh must only have 2 years left if I heard him correctly.

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I'm pretty sure I just heard KD say on ZipsLive that the following individuals would be graduating NEXT year:1) Zeke2) Quincy3) Chauncey Gilliam4) Brian WalshSo Walsh must only have 2 years left if I heard him correctly.
I believe Bardo and McNees graduated before their Senior seasons? Graduation doesn't always mean your eligibility has expired.

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I'm pretty sure I just heard KD say on ZipsLive that the following individuals would be graduating NEXT year:1) Zeke2) Quincy3) Chauncey Gilliam4) Brian WalshSo Walsh must only have 2 years left if I heard him correctly.
I believe Bardo and McNees graduated before their Senior seasons? Graduation doesn't always mean your eligibility has expired.
Good point.

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I'm pretty sure I just heard KD say on ZipsLive that the following individuals would be graduating NEXT year:

1) Zeke

2) Quincy

3) Chauncey Gilliam

4) Brian Walsh

So Walsh must only have 2 years left if I heard him correctly.

I believe Bardo and McNees graduated before their Senior seasons? Graduation doesn't always mean your eligibility has expired.

Good point.

Our women's all-time leading scorer, Cheryl ("Swoopes") _______ -- damn, I wish I weren't fighting dementia -- managed to get a Masters Degree before her eligibility ran out. Let's hope Brian is so inclined. He looked good in his limited minutes in Starkesville.

edit: Cheryl Bowles! Masters in Physical Rehab. What's my name again?

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I'm pretty sure I just heard KD say on ZipsLive that the following individuals would be graduating NEXT year:

1) Zeke

2) Quincy

3) Chauncey Gilliam

4) Brian Walsh

So Walsh must only have 2 years left if I heard him correctly.

I believe Bardo and McNees graduated before their Senior seasons? Graduation doesn't always mean your eligibility has expired.

Good point.

Our women's all-time leading scorer, Cheryl ("Swoopes") _______ -- damn, I wish I weren't fighting dementia -- managed to get a Masters Degree before her eligibility ran out. Let's hope Brian is so inclined. He looked good in his limited minutes in Starkesville.

edit: Cheryl Bowles! Masters in Physical Rehab. What's my name again?

Z.I.P. I'm disappointed. Our all-time leading women's scorer is now Kara Murphy.

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I'm pretty sure I just heard KD say on ZipsLive that the following individuals would be graduating NEXT year:

1) Zeke

2) Quincy

3) Chauncey Gilliam

4) Brian Walsh

So Walsh must only have 2 years left if I heard him correctly.

I believe Bardo and McNees graduated before their Senior seasons? Graduation doesn't always mean your eligibility has expired.

Actually, didn't Nik graduate last year?

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Blake Justice is red-shirted this year, would be awesome ZW if you could alterate the graph accordingly :thumb:

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Also, Michael Green can be removed from the chart as he's no longer on the roster.

EDIT: That eliminates the -1 scholarships remaining in 2012-13.

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Updated today to reflect the announcement that BJ Gladden has committed to the Zips.

Also showing Walsh as a Senior for now based on varied reports that this is the case.

Forsythe shown as a Freshmen, since the NCAA ruling on whether or not he can play this season shouldn't affect his ability to get the lost year back from his injury shortened season at WVU.

Saw something where Egner got a medical redshirt .. haven't heard or seen anything about Ibitayo. Per the general rules, he may be eligible. For now he is shown as a Sophomore .. I guess he could be a Freshmen.

Hope everyone is well and thriving.

Go Zips.

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Updated today to reflect the announcement that BJ Gladden has committed to the Zips.

Also showing Walsh as a Senior for now based on varied reports that this is the case.

Forsythe shown as a Freshmen, since the NCAA ruling on whether or not he can play this season shouldn't affect his ability to get the lost year back from his injury shortened season at WVU.

Saw something where Egner got a medical redshirt .. haven't heard or seen anything about Ibitayo. Per the general rules, he may be eligible. For now he is shown as a Sophomore .. I guess he could be a Freshmen.

Hope everyone is well and thriving.

Go Zips.

Hey Watcher...

Where you been, man? Haven't seen you post for quite a while.

Good to "see" you, dude! :wave:

'82

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Could we get an updated chart with Quincy and Egner updates. Would like to know what's up with both of these guys for '13-'14 season. Egner not currently on the roster. Quincy's done right?

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Could we get an updated chart with Quincy and Egner updates. Would like to know what's up with both of these guys for '13-'14 season. Egner not currently on the roster. Quincy's done right?

Quincy is suspended, not booted completely.

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Could we get an updated chart with Quincy and Egner updates. Would like to know what's up with both of these guys for '13-'14 season. Egner not currently on the roster. Quincy's done right?

If KD has his way Quincy will be back in a Zips, uniform next season.

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Updated today to reflect the current reality.

Go Zips

B) B) B) B) B)

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Thanks. That clearly illustrates the potential scholarship shortage in 2013-14.

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Updated today to reflect the departure of Josh Egner. I'll update again with any other "official" changes.

Go Zips!

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Updated today to reflect the departure of Josh Egner. I'll update again with any other "official" changes.

Addition of Nyles Evans makes the next two years all the more crowded, no?

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Addition of Nyles Evans makes the next two years all the more crowded, no?

Yes, "we" (ZipWatcher) need to update the scholarship chart to reflect next year's addition of Nyles Evans.

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George Thomas reported a couple of weeks ago that he hasn't been able to find out anything about Q's plans for next season, Coach Dambrot hasn't reported one way or the other, etc.

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