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Craig Eifert, the Scott twins, Jake Taylor, and Brandon Womack all did 1+5 at Finger Lakes and Cornell.  I don't think there'll be any problem arranging things for Darmstadt.

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On 5/13/2020 at 3:20 AM, klehner said:

Four years can be broken up into eight semesters:  take off a fall semester and get a fifth spring semester.  He is likely to get a medical exemption for the year he was injured.

That was my point. I was saying he would need a medical hardship to get another year because the Ivies don't allow for redshirting. I would think he would get it also but like Vak says later do the ivy's allow it or would he have to take it somewhere else?

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12 minutes ago, ConnorsDad said:

That was my point. I was saying he would need a medical hardship to get another year because the Ivies don't allow for redshirting. I would think he would get it also but like Vak says later do the ivy's allow it or would he have to take it somewhere else?

You cannot compete as a graduate student in the Ivy League (actually, I went to Cornell with a guy who played football as a graduate student, but that was when they had a rule allowing grad students to play:  look up Joe Holland for a story about an amazing guy).  So no matter what kind of exemption Darmstadt might get, if he graduates in four, he only gets those four years.  He has to sit out a semester or two, if he hasn't already, to get those four years of eligibility in.  If he wasn't enrolled his sophomore year, then he doesn't need a medical waiver.

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1 minute ago, klehner said:

You cannot compete as a graduate student in the Ivy League (actually, I went to Cornell with a guy who played football as a graduate student, but that was when they had a rule allowing grad students to play:  look up Joe Holland for a story about an amazing guy).  So no matter what kind of exemption Darmstadt might get, if he graduates in four, he only gets those four years.  He has to sit out a semester or two, if he hasn't already, to get those four years of eligibility in.  If he wasn't enrolled his sophomore year, then he doesn't need a medical waiver.

Got it. Since it says on their website that he missed the whole season, it will come down then to whether he was enrolled in school or not correct?

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2 hours ago, ConnorsDad said:

Got it. Since it says on their website that he missed the whole season, it will come down then to whether he was enrolled in school or not correct?

No.  He could skip the fall semester each of the next two years.

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