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2018-19 NCAA Recruiting Calendar and Recruiting Guide

 

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The NCAA Recruiting Calendars outline when—and how—NCAA DI and DII college coaches can proactively start recruiting athletes. With the recruiting process starting earlier and earlier, however, the dates don’t represent when recruiting really starts for student-athletes. In fact, most athletes start their recruiting process well before the dates outlined on the calendar. As early as eighth grade, families are researching colleges, evaluating what division level is best for their athlete, ensuring they are on the path to NCAA eligibility and even proactively reaching out to college coaches.

However, it’s still important to know the different periods in the NCAA Recruiting Calendar to understand how you should be getting recruited at that point during the year, as well as the kind of communication you can expect to receive from a coach. For example, if it’s October of your junior year in high school and you haven’t heard from a single coach, you have some work to do. If it’s October of your sophomore year of high school, you shouldn’t expect to hear from coaches, but you probably should be making progress on your recruiting journey.

Overall, the NCAA Recruiting Calendars seek to protect elite athletes from receiving overwhelming amounts of communication from college coaches by designating certain time periods when coaches cannot contact athletes. The NCAA explains, “Recruiting calendars help promote the well-being of prospective student-athletes and coaches and ensure competitive equity by defining certain time periods in which recruiting may or may not occur in a particular sport.”

Insider Tip: No matter the time or date, you as a student-athlete can always initiate contact with a coach. The rules only enforce when coaches can initiate contact with you. To get the process started, some recruits rely on their high school/club coaches to reach out to college coaches for them. The high school/club coach can set up a time a for the recruit to call the college coach, and the college coach can answer the phone if a recruit calls them. The rules only prohibit college coaches from calling a recruit back, emailing, direct messaging or responding to recruits. Some athletes will also go through their current coach to set up an unofficial visit to a college campus and connect with the coach that way.

 

 

How to use the NCAA Recruiting Calendars

Use the recruiting calendar alongside the NCAA Recruiting Rules. The NCAA Recruiting Rules mandate the types of communication athletes can receive from college coaches based on the athlete’s year in high school. The NCAA Recruiting Calendars show the specific recruiting time periods throughout the year when coaches can contact athletes—and when coaches aren’t allowed to contact athletes.

Generally speaking, the most important dates on the calendar will be June 15 or September 1 (depending on your sport), going into the athlete’s junior year of high school. For most sports, this is when coaches can start reaching out to recruits. For more specific dates, find your sport-specific calendar below.

 

Key terms in the NCAA Recruiting Calendars

To better understand the NCAA Recruiting Calendars, it’s important to familiarize yourself with the following terms:

As you look through the NCAA Recruiting Calendar for your sport, keep an eye out for some of the particular days that stand out within each period. For example, you may have a quiet period from September 1 through November 25, but within that time span, there will be a designated number of evaluation days in which coaches can assess either your athletic or academic qualifications in person. If you have any questions about your NCAA Recruiting Calendar, please contact our recruiting force at 866-495-5172.

 

What is the NCAA recruiting guide?

The NCAA recruiting guide is a booklet of information distributed each year by the NCAA to help student-athletes, families, high school coaches and administrators understand the initial eligibility process for Division I and Division II schools. The guide provides resources, such as:

  • Time management expectations for Division I athletes
  • An initial eligibility checklist
  • How to register for a Certification Account – and who needs one
  • Division I and Division II academic standards
  • Division III academic information
  • Division I and Division II initial eligibility worksheets
  • Required courses and test scores
  • An explanation of recruiting rules specifically for home school students and international students
  • Important terms
  • Recruiting calendars
  • Scholarship opportunities at NCAA schools
  • Useful information about the National Letter of Intent

We recommend reviewing this information with your family and guidance counselor to ensure that you are checking off all the boxes to be academically eligible to compete in your sport at the next level. The 2017-2018 NCAA Recruiting Guide contains the eligibility information for both Division I and Division II schools.

 

Division I Bowl Sub-division Football Recruiting Calendar

  • August 1-31, 2018: Dead period
    • Except: The 48 hours before a home game in August or September 1-2 through the 48 hours after the conclusion of the game is considered a quiet period
  • September 1 – November 24, 2018: Quiet period
    • September, October and November: College coaches can conduct evaluations during 42 days of their choosing (or 54 for Service Academies); coaches are not allowed to visit an athlete’s school on more than one calendar day during this time
  • November 25, 2018 – February 2, 2019: Contact period
    • During this time period, coaches can make six in-person, off-campus contacts per student-athlete. But, coaches can’t meet a recruit more than once a calendar week (Sunday to Saturday).
    • Except: December 16, 2018 is a quiet period
    • Except: December 17, 2018 – January 10, 2019 is a dead period
    • Except: January 4-6, 2019 (National Service Academies only) is a quiet period
  • February 3, 2019: Quiet period
  • February 4-7, 2019: Dead period
  • February 8 – April 14, 2019: Quiet period
  • April 15 – May 31, 2019: Evaluation period
    • Coaches can take 168 evaluation days (or 216 for U.S. service academies). An authorized recruiter can use one evaluation day to assess a recruit’s athletic ability. Then, they can us another evaluation day to assess the recruit’s academic qualifications. Coaches/recruiters can do both assessments on the same day, and then take a second evaluation day to evaluate athletic ability again if they choose.
    • The days in April/May that are not designated as evaluation days are considered part of the quiet period.
  • June 1-23, 2019: Quiet period
  • June 24 – July 24, 2019: Dead period
  • July 25-31, 2019: Quiet period

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Division I Championship Sub-division Recruiting Calendar

  • August 1-31, 2018: Dead period
    • Except: The 48 hours before a home game in August or September 1-2 through the 48 hours after the conclusion of the game is considered a quiet period
  • September 1 – November 24, 2018: Quiet period
    • September, October and November: College coaches can conduct evaluations during 42 days of their choosing (or 54 for Service Academies); coaches are not allowed to visit an athlete’s school on more than one calendar day during this time
  • November 25, 2018 – February 2, 2019: Contact period
    • During this time period, coaches can make six in-person, off-campus contacts per student-athlete. But, coaches can’t meet a recruit more than once a calendar week (Sunday to Saturday).
    • Except: December 16, 2018 is a quiet period
    • Except: December 17, 2018 – January 10, 2019 is a dead period
    • Except: January 4-6, 2019 (National Service Academies only) is a quiet period
  • February 3, 2019: Quiet period
  • February 4-7, 2019: Dead period
  • February 8 – April 14, 2019: Quiet period
  • April 15 – May 31, 2019: Evaluation period
    • Coaches can take 168 evaluation days (or 216 for U.S. Service Academies). An authorized recruiter can use one evaluation day to assess a recruit’s athletic ability. Then, they can us another evaluation day to assess the recruit’s academic qualifications. Coaches/recruiters can do both assessments on the same day, and then take a second evaluation day to evaluate athletic ability again if they choose.
    • The days in April/May that are not designated as evaluation days are considered part of the quiet period.
  • June 1 – July 31, 2019: Quiet period

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Division I Baseball Recruiting Calendar

  • August 1-26, 2018: Contact period
  • August 27 – September 13, 2018: Quiet period
  • September 14 – November 11, 2018: Contact period
  • November 12-15, 2018: Dead period
  • November 16, 2018 – January 2, 2019: Quiet period
  • January 3-6, 2019: Dead period
  • January 7 – February 28, 2019: Quiet period
  • March 1 – July 31, 2019: Contact period

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Division I Men’s Basketball Recruiting Calendar

For the men’s basketball recruiting evaluation periods, there are two different kinds of evaluation periods that take place. During the April evaluations, coaches can only evaluate recruits at NCAA-certified events. If you are on an AAU team or participating in a club basketball tournament at that time, chances are, it’s an NCAA-certified event. You can always double check if the event is NCAA-certified before you attend.

During the remainder of the evaluation periods, all live evaluations must take place at a regularly schedule high school, prep school or two-year college tournament, practice or game. Again, it’s important to know when the evaluations can happen, but chances are, the coach will let you know when they plan to visit you during this time.

  • August 1 – September 8, 2018: Quiet period
  • September 9 – November 11, 2018: Recruiting/contact period
  • November 12-15, 2019: Dead period
  • November 16 – December 23, 2018: Recruiting/contact period
  • December 24-26, 2018: Dead period
  • December 27, 2018 – March 31, 2019: Recruiting/contact period
  • April 1-3, 2019: Quiet period
  • April 4 –April 11 (noon), 2019: Dead period
  • April 11 (noon) – April 14, 2019: Recruiting/contact period
  • April 15-18, 2018: Dead period
  • April 19-24, 2019: Recruiting/contact period
  • April 25, 2019: Quiet period
  • April 26-28, 2019: Evaluation period (only for certified events)
  • April 29 – NBA Draft Combine: Quiet period
  • NBA Draft Combine: Evaluation period (for combine only)
  • NBA Draft Combine – May 15, 2019: Quiet period
  • May 16-24, 2019: Dead period
  • May 25 – July 5, 2019: Quiet period
  • July 6 – July 10 (5 pm), 2019: Dead period
  • July 10 (5 pm) – July 14 (5 pm): Evaluation period
  • July 14 (5 pm) – July 17 (5 pm): Dead period
  • July 17 (5 pm) – July 21 (5 pm): Evaluation period
  • July 21 (5 pm) – July 24 (5 pm): Dead period
  • July 24 (5 pm) – July 28 (5 pm): Evaluation period
  • July 28 (5 pm) – July 31, 2019: Dead period

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Division I Women’s Basketball Recruiting Calendar

DI women’s basketball evaluation days can get a little confusing. To start out with, recruits can be evaluated during the National Junior College Athletic Association championship competition. For women whose high school baseball season takes place in the spring, coaches can evaluate them in person from April 8-28 and July 8-31.

The NCAA includes a special note for coaches, explaining that, any evaluations that occur outside of July, count toward their allotted 112 total in-person recruiting days. Families don’t need to worry about the number of days coaches have to make in-person evaluations, but it’s important to know that evaluation days aren’t unlimited. Coaches have to choose who they will see, which means that they likely won’t just show up to your high school unannounced. Instead, they will probably contact you to arrange a day that works with both of your schedules.

  • August 1-12, 2018: Quiet period
  • August 13-17, 2018: Recruiting shutdown, during this time, no forms of recruiting are permitted, including contact with college coaches, evaluations, unofficial or official visits, correspondence, and making or receiving phone calls
  • August 18 – September 8, 2018: Quiet period
  • September 30 – November 11, 2018: Evaluation period
  • November 12-15, 2018: Dead period
  • November 16 – December 23, 2018: Evaluation period
  • December 24-26, 2018: Dead period
  • December 27, 2018 – February 28, 2019: Evaluation period
  • March 1 – April 4, 2019: Contact period
  • April 5-11, 2019: Dead period
  • April 12-14, 2019: Quiet period
  • April 15-18, 2019: Dead period
  • April 19-23, 2019: Evaluation period
  • April 24-25, 2019: Quiet period
  • April 26-28, 2019: Evaluation period (evaluations only permitted at nonscholastic events only)
  • April 29 – May 5, 2019: Quiet period
  • May 6-12, 2019: Recruiting shutdown, during this time, no forms of recruiting are permitted, including contact with college coaches, evaluations, unofficial or official visits, correspondence, and making or receiving phone calls
  • May 13-16, 2019: Quiet period
  • May 17-19, 2019: Evaluation period
  • May 20 – July 5, 2019: Quiet period
  • July 6-12, 2019: Evaluation period
  • July 13-20, 2019: Dead period
  • July 21-25, 2019: Evaluation period
  • July 26-31, 2019: Quiet period

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Division I Men’s/Women’s Cross Country and Track & Field Recruiting Calendar

  • August 1-21, 2018: Evaluation period
  • August 22 – November 11, 2018: Contact period
  • November 12-15, 2018: Dead period
  • November 16, 2018: Contact period
  • November 17, 2018: Dead period
  • November 18 – December 9, 2018: Contact period
  • December 10, 2018 – January 1, 2019: Dead period
  • January 2 – March 7, 2019: Contact period
  • March 8-9, 2019: Dead period
  • March 10 – June 4, 2019: Contact period
  • June 5-8, 2019: Dead period
  • June 9 – July 31, 2019: Contact period

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Division I Men's Golf Recruiting Calendar

  • August 1 – November 11, 2018: Contact period
  • November 12-15, 2018: Dead period
  • November 16-21, 2018: Contact period
  • November 22-25, 2018: Dead period
  • November 16 – December 22, 2018: Quiet period
    • During this time, a coach can evaluate a recruit at two events—a showcase and a combine—that are traditionally held in conjunction with the Golf Coaches Association of America National Convention.
    • Except: December 2-6 (12:01 am): Dead period; the NCAA explains that a dead period is in effect from the first official day of the Golf Coaches Association of America Convention until 12:01 am on the day after the convention ends
  • December 23, 2018 – January 1, 2019: Dead period
  • January 2 – July 31, 2018: Contact period
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Division I Men’s Lacrosse Recruiting Calendar

  • August 1-6, 2018: Contact period
  • August 7-13, 2018: Quiet period
  • August 14-31, 2018: Dead period
  • September 1 – October 31, 2018: Contact period (no lacrosse evaluations are permitted)
  • November 1-11, 2018: Contact period
  • November 12-15, 2018: Dead period
  • November 16-18, 2018: Contact period
  • November 19-25, 2018: Dead period
  • November 26 – December 23, 2018: Quiet period
  • December 24, 2018 – January 6, 2019: Dead period
  • January 7-21, 2019: Contact period (no lacrosse evaluations are permitted)
  • January 22 – February 28, 2019: Quiet period
  • March 1 – May 23, 2019: Contact period
  • May 24-28 (noon), 2019: Dead period
  • May 28 (noon) – July 1, 2019: Contact period
  • July 2-6, 2019: Dead period
  • July 7-31, 2019: Contact period

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Division I Women’s Lacrosse Recruiting Calendar

  • August 1-14, 2018: Dead period
  • August 15-31, 2018: Quiet period
  • September 1 – November 30, 2018: Contact period
    • Except: November 2-4, 2018 is an evaluation period
    • Except: November 9-11, 2018 is an evaluation period
    • Except: November 12-15, 2018 is a dead period
    • Except: November 16-18, 2018 is an evaluation period
    • Except: November 21-23, 2018 is a dead period
  • December 1-23, 2018: Contact period
  • December 24-26, 2018: Dead period
  • December 26-30, 2018: Contact period
  • December 31, 2018 – January 2, 2019: Dead period
  • January 3 – May 23, 2019: Contact period
  • May 24-26, 2019: Dead period
    • Except: During the Women’s Lacrosse Championship, coaches can evaluate athletes at one event, as long as it’s hosted within a 100-mile radius of the championship site. Coaches are not permitted to attend any evaluation event that occurs two hours before, during, or two hours after the semifinals competition and final game.
  • May 27 – June 6, 2019: Contact period
  • June 7 – July 2, 2019: Evaluation period
  • July 3-5, 2019: Dead period
  • July 6-31, 2019: Evaluation period

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Division I Women’s Volleyball Recruiting Calendar

  • August 1-31, 2018: Quiet period
  • September 1 – November 11, 2018: Contact period
  • November 12-15, 2018: Dead period
  • November 16-30, 2018: Contact period
  • December 1, 2018 – January 31, 2019: Quiet period
    • Except: During the AVCA annual awards banquet, college coaches can accidentally bump into two-year college athletes who’ve been awarded. But they are not allowed to have any conversations about recruiting at that time.
    • Except: Coaching staff is permitted to evaluate recruits on one day only, starting the Thursday of the NCAA Division 1 Women’s Volleyball Championship through the Sunday immediately following the championship. The event they recruit at must be within a 30-mile radius of the championship site, and they cannot attend any events that take place at the same time as a collegiate game.
  • February 1-14, 2019: Quiet period
  • February 15 – April 30, 2019: Contact period
  • May 1-30, 2019: Quiet period
  • June 1 – July 31, 2019: Contact period

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Division I Women’s Beach Volleyball Recruiting Calendar

  • August 1 – November 11, 2018: Contact period
  • November 12-15, 2018: Dead period
  • November 16 – December 2, 2018: Contact period
  • December 3-11, 2018: Evaluation period
  • December 12-31, 2018: Dead period
    • Except: During the AVCA annual awards banquet, college coaches can accidentally bump into two-year college athletes who’ve been awarded. But they are not allowed to have any conversations about recruiting at that time.
  • January 1-18, 2019: Evaluation period
  • January 19 – April 30, 2019: Contact period
  • May 1-5, 2019: Dead period
    • Except: Coaching staff is permitted to evaluate recruits on one day only during this period. The event they recruit at must be within a 30-mile radius of the championship site, and they cannot attend any events that take place at the same time as a collegiate game.
  • May 6-24, 2019: Evaluation period
  • May 25 – July 31, 2019: Contact period

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Division I Softball Recruiting Calendar

The NCAA restricts which camps and clinics college softball coaches and their staff members are allowed to work at. The rules state that coaches and their staff members can only work at events off their campus if they take place during periods where evaluations are permitted at non-scholastic practices or competitions. This is something that coaches know to comply with, so families generally don’t have to worry about it. However, when looking at attending events for exposure, keep the evaluation periods in the back of your mind, and avoid attending off-campus camps or clinics during evaluation periods where coaches can only attend scholastic practices and competitions.

  • Aug. 1-12, 2018: Contact period
  • Aug. 12 – Oct. 12, 2018: Evaluation period for scholastic practice and competition activities only
  • Oct. 13-14, 2018: Evaluation period for scholastic and nonscholastic practices/competition
  • Oct. 15-19, 2019: Evaluation period for scholastic practice and competition activities only
  • Oct. 20-21, 2018: Evaluation period for scholastic and nonscholastic practices/competition
  • Oct. 22-26, 2018: Evaluation period for scholastic practice and competition activities only
  • Oct. 27-28, 2018: Evaluation period for scholastic and nonscholastic practices/competition
  • Oct. 29 – Nov. 2, 2018: Evaluation period for scholastic practice and competition activities only
  • Nov. 3-4, 2018: Evaluation period for scholastic and nonscholastic practices/competition
  • Nov. 5-9, 2018: Evaluation period for scholastic practice and competition activities only
  • Nov. 10-11, 2018: Evaluation period for scholastic and nonscholastic practices/competition
  • Nov. 12-15, 2018: Dead period
  • Nov. 16, 2018: Evaluation period for scholastic practice and competition activities only
  • Nov. 17-18, 2018: Evaluation period for scholastic and nonscholastic practices/competition
  • Nov. 19 – Dec. 4, 2018: Quiet period
  • Dec. 5-8, 2018: Dead period
  • Dec. 9, 2018 – Jan. 1, 2019: Quiet period
  • Jan. 2 – May 27, 2019: Evaluation period for scholastic practice and competition activities only
  • May 28 – June 5, 2019: Dead period; these dates are based on the 2019 NCAA Division 1 Women’s Softball Championship. The dead period remains in effect until the day following the final day of competition, which could be either June 4 or June 5.
  • June 6 – July 31, 2019: Contact period; the contact period starts the day following the final game
  • Any high school regional and state championship competition that doesn’t occur during a dead period should be treated like an evaluation period.

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Division I All Other Sports Recruiting Calendar

We’ve listed out the dead and quiet periods for sports in which no recruiting calendar has been established. For those dates not part of the dead or quiet period, treat them like a contact period. 

Women’s gymnastics dead periods

  • November 12-15, 2018, or the Monday through Thursday of the initial week for the fall signing of the National Letter of Intent
  • December 1-30, 2018
  • April 18-21 (noon), 2019, which is the day before the first day of the NCAA Division I Women’s Gymnastics Championships through noon on the day after the championships
  • June 1-15, 2019 

Men’s ice hockey dead periods

  • November 12-15, 2018, which is the Monday through Thursday of the initial week for the fall signing of the National Letter of Intent
  • April 10-14 (noon), 2019, or the Wednesday prior to the NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Championship through noon on the Sunday after the game

Women’s ice hockey dead and quiet periods

  • Dead period: November 12-15, 2018, which is the Monday through Thursday of the initial week for the fall signing of the National Letter of Intent
  • Dead period: March 21-25 (noon), 2019 (the day prior to the NCAA Division I Women’s Ice Hockey Championship to noon on the day after the match)
  • Quiet Period: Monday prior to the American Hockey Coaches Association Convention through May 31

Field hockey dead periods

  • November 12-15, 2018 (Monday through Thursday of the initial week for the fall signing of the National Letter of Intent)
  • November 14-19 (noon), 2018 (Wednesday prior to the NCAA Division I Field Hockey Championship to noon on the day after the game)

Women’s soccer dead periods

  • December 15, 2018 – January 5, 2019
  • November 12-15, 2018 (Monday through Thursday of the initial week for the signing of the National Letter of Intent) 

Men’s soccer and men’s water polo dead periods

  • November 12-15, 2018 (Monday through Thursday of the initial week for the signing of the National Letter of Intent)

All other sports

  • November 12-15, 2018 (Monday through Thursday of the initial week for the fall signing of the National Letter of Intent)
    • Except: When the dead period occurs during the U.S. Diving National Championships, authorized coach staff members are allowed to watch recruits participating in that competition.
    • Except: When the dead period occurs during the North American Cup Fencing Championship, authorized coach staff members are allowed to watch recruits participating in that competition.
    • Except: When the dead period occurs during the Junior Olympic Rifle Championships, authorized coach staff members are allowed to watch recruits participating in that competition.

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Division II Football Recruiting Calendar

  • June 1, 2018 until the beginning of the recruit’s first regularly scheduled football practice: Quiet period
  • During the recruit’s high school or junior college football season, starting with the first regularly scheduled practice: Evaluation period
  • November 1-30, 2018: Evaluation period
    • Except: Junior college recruits should treat the period from their last postseason game until November 30, 2018 as a contact period.
  • November 26, 2018 – January 6, 2019: Contact period
    • Except: December 17 (7 am) – November 19 (7 am), 2018: Contact period for junior college recruits only
  • January 7-9, 2019: Dead period
  • January 10 – February 4 (7 am), 2019: Contact period
  • February 4 (7 am) – February 6 (7 am), 2019: Dead period
  • February 6 (7 am) – March 12, 2019: Contact period
  • March 13 – May 31, 2019: Quiet period
    • April 15 – May 31, 2019: Evaluation period; when evaluations aren’t taking place, recruits should treat it like a quiet period
    • Except: Coaches choose four weeks through this time in which they will not be conducting evaluations.
  • Coaching staff members are allowed to evaluation a high school all-star football game at any time of the year as long as the game takes place in the same state as the university or college.

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Division II Men’s Basketball Recruiting Calendar

All dates not indicated below should be treated like a quiet period.

  • June 1-14, 2018: Quiet period
  • June 15 – August 1, 2018: Evaluation period
  • August 2 – September 6, 2018: Quiet period
  • September 7 – October 14, 2018: Contact period
  • October 15, 2018 until the recruit’s first regularly scheduled game: Quiet period
  • November 12 (7 am) – November 14 (7 am), 2018: Dead period
  • The period of time between the recruit’s first and final high school or junior college game: Evaluation period
  • March 1 – April 3, 2019: Contact period
  • April 4-9 (noon), 2019: Dead period
  • April 9 (noon) – May 20, 2019: Contact period
  • Any high school all-star game that occurs in the same state as the college or university: Evaluation period
  • April 5 – April 9 (12:01 pm), 2019: Evaluations are allowed at any all-star game held during the final weekend of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship that’s held in the host city of Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Division II Women’s Basketball Recruiting Calendar

All dates not indicated below should be treated like a quiet period.

  • June 1-14, 2018: Quiet period
  • June 15 – August 1, 2018: Evaluation period
  • August 2 – September 6, 2018: Quiet period
  • September 7 – October 14, 2018: Contact period
  • October 15, 2018 until the date of the recruit’s first high school or junior college game: Quiet period
  • November 12 (7 am) – November 14 (7 am), 2018: Dead period
  • The period of time between the recruit’s first high school or junior college game and last game: Evaluation period
  • March 1 – May 20, 2019: Contact period
  • Coaches are allowed to evaluation recruits during any all-star game that occurs within the same state as the college or university
  • April 4-10, 2019: Dead period
  • May 18 – June 14, 2019: Evaluation period; coaches can evaluate recruits during four nonscholastic women’s basketball events in this time period

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Division II All Other Sports Recruiting Calendar

Treat all dates not called out here like a contact period.

Men’s lacrosse dead periods

  • November 12 (7 am) – November 12 (7 am), 2018
  • December 6-11 (noon), 2018
  • May 23-28 (noon), 2019

Other sports dead periods

  • November 12 (7 a.m.) – 14 (7 a.m.), 2018
    • Except: When the dead period occurs during the U.S. Diving National Championships, authorized coach staff members are allowed to watch recruits participating in that competition.
    • Except: When the dead period occurs during the North American Cup Fencing Championship, authorized coach staff members are allowed to watch recruits participating in that competition.
    • Except: When the dead period occurs during the Junior Olympic Rifle Championships, authorized coach staff members are allowed to watch recruits participating in that competition.

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