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Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Hawai'i's Leonard Peters Granted 6th Year of Eligibility

Peters Gets Eligibility Extension

Release Date: 05/23/06
HONOLULU - The NCAA has informed the University of Hawai'i Athletic Department that safety Leonard Peters has been granted an extension of the five-year rule, allowing him to play an additional season of football.

The application was filed due to a season-ending knee injury suffered by Peters in the Warriors' opening game against USC on Sept. 3, 2005. Because Peters had already been granted a medical hardship from the Western Athletic Conference in 2001, an extension of his eligibility clock was necessary to regain his senior season.

Peters is expected to start at free safety after leading the team with 120 tackles and four interceptions in 2004. He was elected as team co-captain in 2005 and hit the gridiron for the first time in seven months after his injury this past spring.



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