Originally Posted by egokila86
Good I hope it stays that way. As of right now Phoenix United is gonna play NPPL Vegas we are looking at what our division will be. Hopefully not still pro cause we will get stomped cause there are cobwebs on most of the teams equipment, haha. Is there any restriction on prior experience, can a pro ranked player play for the NCPL if they are in college.
Taken right from the NCPA rulebook:
2.1. Player Eligibility
2.1.1. All players must be eligible to compete in NCPA events. Eligible players must
220.127.116.11. Be enrolled as a full-time student^1, or
18.104.22.168. Be working full-time in a school-sanctioned co-op program between two semesters of full-time enrollment, or
22.214.171.124. Have been enrolled as a full-time student the previous semester, be enrolled as a part-time student the current semester, and graduating at the end of the current semester, or
126.96.36.199. Have an exemption from the NCPA President or CEO. Exemptions may be granted under certain circumstances, including
188.8.131.52.1. Students accepted in a degree program who are not enrolled for the current semester due to active military service, or
184.108.40.206.2. Graduate students enrolled at least half-time while also employed by the University in a graduate assistantship or completing masters thesis or doctoral
^1 Students at the college level may be graduate or undergraduate students
There are no restrictions on any divisional players. Such as, first timers can play and so can experienced pros. As long as they are enrolled (or were enrolled the previous semester) in the college they are playing for, anyone is welcome to participate.