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Division I Softball recruiting Calendar
Division I Softball Recruiting Calendar

August 1, 2005 - July 31, 2006

(See Bylaw 30.11.4 for Division I softball calendar formula)

The dates in this calendar reflect the application of Bylaw 30.11 at the time of publication but are subject to change per Constitution 5.2.3.1 or if certain dates (e.g., National Letter of Intent signing dates are altered.)


(a) August 1 through November 23, 2005*
       [except for (1) below]:
Contact/Evaluation Period

      
(1) November 7-10, 2005: Dead Period


   (b) November 24, 2005, through January 1, 2006,[except for (1) below]:Quiet Period

      
(1)November 30 (12:01 a.m.) through
    December 4 (12:01 a.m.):Dead Period


(c)January 2 through July 31, 2006,* [except for (1) and (2) below]:

Contact/Evaluation Period

(1)   April 10-13, 2006:Dead Period
(2)   May 30 - June 9, 2006, (noon):Dead Period
(d) During high school regional and state
       championship competition that does not occur during a dead period:

(e) In Hawaii, between November 24, 2005, and January 1, 2006, [except for (1) below]:
(1) November 30 (12:01 a.m.) through
December 4, 2005, (12:01 a.m.):         

Evaluation Period

Contact/Evaluation Period

Dead Period


* Each institution is limited to 50 evaluation days (August 1 - July 31)
    per Bylaw 13.02.6.2, which do not include employment of coaches in
    instructional camps/clinics or the observation of prospects participating
    in high-school softball competition.


What are they looking for????????????
How to Act/Dress for Success on the Field
Click here to review what many coaches are looking for when they come to see a player live and in person at a tournament

DRESS FOR SUCCESS

College coaches look at hundreds of prospects and only make offers to a few players. What can you do to stand out from the crowd? Dress Like a Pro: Be prepared before you step on the ball field. Make sure that your uniform and shoes are clean. Dress like a ball player. Leave the jewelry at home and please don’t come to the ball park wearing your hat backwards! If you are thinking about attending a certain college, find out how players at that school wear the uniform and dress the same.


DO'S & DON'Ts

YOUR AUDITION BEGINS IN THE PARKING LOT
Believe it or not, some coaches will watch every move that you make once you reach the ball field. Your actions say a lot about your desire and love of the game. Your pre-game warm-up is critical. Go about it in a business-like manner. It is okay to smile and have fun, but avoid horseplay with your teammates.

PRE-GAME WARM-UP?
Show your skills in infield/outfield warm up. You may play an entire game and not get a single batted ball. Make sure that you are properly warmed-up and show your arm and body action during the pre-game routine.

WHAT HAPPENS IF I MAKE A MISTAKE DURING THE GAME
Personally, as a coach, I always want to watch a player make a mistake during a game so that I can see how she responds. Softball, especially hitting, is a game where you fail more than you succeed. If you can’t control your emotions and recover from a mistake, you will never be successful. Coaches are looking for team players who can overcome failure.

DO'S & DON'TS OF THE GAME
* Do treat umpires and the opposition with respect.
* Don’t talk with people in the stands during the game.
* Don’t throw equipment.
* Do Hustle, (that means run on and off the field and run out routine ground balls).
* Don’t give up, no matter how far your team is behind.
* Do pay attention to what is happening on the field when you are in the dugout.
* Do your share of housekeeping on the field and in the dugout, pick up bats, helmets etc.
* Do enjoy and the competition, it shows!







Web US Universities,Alphabetical

Web US Community Colleges, Alphabetical

ACT Testing

Athletes Advance
FREE WEB BASED TOOLS TO HELP WITH RECRUITING

Bright Futures Scholarship Program

Campus Tours

Tuesday, January 2
College 411

College Planning

Collegiate Consulting Service

Colorado Sparkler 2006

Tuesday, November 14
College Sports Exposure

FAFSA-STUDENT AID

Fast Web

Fastpitch Recruiting

Financial Aid

Friday, December 28
Financial Aid Calculator

Get Recruited.com

Guaranteed Scholarships.com

Jacksonville Storm Showcase

Friday, August 10
K.Fastpitch.com

Las Vegas JO Classic

Lancaster Octoberfest,California

Music City Hits-showcase tournament

Saturday, December 15
My College Softball.com

NCAA

Wednesday, September 6
NCSA SPORTS
Another means of College Recruitment

NFCA-CORRECT BASICS OF SCORE KEEPING

Tuesday, August 21
Rebel Games
College Tournament Osceola Park in March

Perfect Game
Help with College recruiting-a bit pricey

Thursday, September 17
Peterson's Planner
Neat tool

Rising Stars College Showcase

Ronald McDonald Showcase Tournament Texas

Profastpitch.com

SAT Registration

Scholarships.com

Softball Recuiter.com

South Cal ASA Players Association Website
Great info. here!

Monday, September 4
Softball Showcase.com

Spy Softball

State College of Florida (MCC)
Meredith Headings-Head Softball Coach

Student Loans

Friday, December 1
Student Sports Softball-Rivals.com
Now taken over by ESPN

Ultimate College Softball

USA SOFTBALL

Thursday, September 17
Zinch.com


 
 

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