Title: Student Athletes
|Date:||April 12, 2016|
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The thing is, they could not be farther from the truth. Especially when you are expected to have some of the best grades on campus.
I found it very difficult especially with this being my first year. I had to come a half hour away and I did not know anybody here. I not only had to get myself situated as far as classes went, but also meet new people...
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This was impaired by meetings that I had to attend to learn the NJAC regulations and to sign papers dealing with all the rules of being a student-athlete. Not only was all this going on, but pre-season conditioning had already started. I found I had very little extra time to do other things, as far as homework, meeting people outside of the team, and having fun...
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