You really just have to practice a lot and get good at whatever sport you want to play. Or you might be able to if you know the coach well.
Rules can change from school to school, but if an athlete is extraordinarily talented, they may be able to play on the varsity as a freshman.
yes they can if you are good enough, i started as a freshman tonight for are first lacrosse game and scored the first goal of the season! they cant say you cannot start as a freshman if you are part of the varsity team, it is the coaches judgment if he thinks you will make an impact.
yes he did
yes but the rest of highschool he played on varsity
No. Both sophomores and freshmen play on the junior varsity team.
Up until the mid eighties freshman played on a junior varsity team and upper class man played varsity on the collegiate level.
A freshman maiking the Varsity is slim at most schools.
The word varsity is used to describe the beginning level of a sport. This is commonly used in high school sports. Usually freshman are the ones who are on the varsity team.
Running back Chester Pittman in 1957 on the freshman team and 1958 on the varsity team.
No. Garvey was a freshman at Michigan State in 1966 and was not able to play varsity football as the rules back then did not allow freshman to play on the varsity team. He was on the varsity team in 1967 and earned a letter as a defensive back. Garvey left Michigan State in 1968 after being drafted in the 1st round of the MLB draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers.
It depends on the culture at your school. If there is a distinct jacket for varsity players as distinct from junior varsity, and the freshman is not a part of the varsity team, then probably not. At my high school, there was just one "letter jacket", which was the same throughout high school, and freshmen who had earned letters could wear it. (I suppose technically you could wear it without the letter, but you'd have looked kind of like a doofus.)
he didnt he made varsity fresmen year