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    • #12033
      N Dynamite
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      Anyone know why Pat Rodjom is listed as a senior on Case’s roster again this year? Everything else has been updated. Was he contemplating graduating early and decided against it? Did he have another year of eligibility and wasn’t done with classes?

      Looking at their roster, they lost some top guys to graduation and a couple others are simply missing from the roster. Of particualr note, Seth Hazlett (1:54.74 – 200 fly, 51.56 – 100 fly) is missing from the roster.

      On a positive note, they added 12 freshmen and one sophomore. For you Illinois guys, Naperville is represented as well as La Grange Park and Buffalo Grove.

    • #31438
      The Treat
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      @N Dynamite wrote:

      Anyone know why Pat Rodjom is listed as a senior on Case’s roster again this year? Everything else has been updated. Was he contemplating graduating early and decided against it? Did he have another year of eligibility and wasn’t done with classes?

      Looking at their roster, they lost some top guys to graduation and a couple others are simply missing from the roster. Of particualr note, Seth Hazlett (1:54.74 – 200 fly, 51.56 – 100 fly) is missing from the roster.

      On a positive note, they added 12 freshmen and one sophomore. For you Illinois guys, Naperville is represented as well as La Grange Park and Buffalo Grove.

      didn’t he miss a year due to injury and therefore would have one year of eligibility left?

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      @N Dynamite wrote:

      Of particualr note, Seth Hazlett (1:54.74 – 200 fly, 51.56 – 100 fly) is missing from the roster.

      Apparently, he crossed state (and division) lines and ended up here.

    • #31440
      N Dynamite
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      Does this mean Hazlett has to sit out a year? I thought you could transfer into Division III and compete right away (Blohm is an example), but I thought if you transferred into D I or D II you had to sit a year of competition. Maybe I’m wrong, but I looked it up and this is what I came up with (from the D II manual):

      @Division II Bylaws wrote:

      14.5.5.1 General Rule

      A transfer student from a four-year institution shall not be eligible for intercollegiate competition at a member institution until the student has fulfilled a residence requirement of one full academic year (two full semesters or three full quarters) at the certifying institution. Further, a transfer student-athlete admitted after the 12th class day may not use that semester or quarter for the purpose of establishing residency. (Revised: 1/10/91 effective 8/1/91)

      It would be a shame for a kid with that much ability to have to miss a year.

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