Scheele, on 19 April 2011 - 12:47 AM, said:
TLDR; Mike. Be a fucking man.
We read this rule by Josh of the NCPA regarding eligbility, posted here-
The link above is referenced in TWO locations, on the NCPA website. You can find the link here-
So in two places, it says-
In order to enter the field of competition a player must be a full-time student at the University (this means the school or campuses must have the same admission process). The primary exception for this is graduating seniors that do not need the full-time credit load to meet their graduation requirements.
We never caught the addition to the rule in the rulebook, because we didn't think we were going to have a problem with our seniors. The post above should be edited to say-
In order to enter the field of competition a player must be a full-time student at the University (this means the school or campuses must have the same admission process). The primary exception for this is graduating seniors that do not need the full-time credit load to meet their graduation requirements, BUT must have been full time the semester prior. Seniors who are graduating, with less than full time need to bring TWO enrollment verifications, this semester and the semester prior.
How can I "be a man" when the links provided on the NCPAPaintball.org website, in two locations
, only gives you half the rule?
You think I would have wasted my time and money, trying to sneak a team into the tournament? We have tournaments here in Florida every single week.
If Raehl wants to slam people with the rulebook like this, he needs to have EVERYTHING in concerns to the rules, posted in one location. Not half on the old website, half on the new website, some scattered on the forum, then the rest on a PDF.
The point of all of this, is that he has the ability to make exceptions for teams and players as a league promoter. He bullied the team into dropping out of the event with threats of fines, suspensions and bans from the NCPA & APPA and treated the players with BRUTAL disrespect.
Why? 12162 (Mike Phillips) was on the team
The problem is that he quickly realized that I don't make any of the decisions for the USF Club, it's not my club. I am just a student / member and I contribute to it.
We all know what happened here, BELIEVE ME everyone was warned well in advance