It is important for potential prospects to know the the NCAA Division I Women’s Lacrosse Recruiting Rules. Athletes and coaches have certain restrictions when it comes to college lacrosse recruiting. Ensure your eligibility by following the NCAA recruiting rules.
- Any time: Athletes can receive non-recruiting materials from college coaches, such as questionnaires, camp brochures, nonathletic institutional publications and NCAA educational materials published by the NCAA.
- September 1 of junior year: Coaches can extend verbal scholarship offers and send all forms of private, electronic correspondence, including text messages, direct messages and emails, as well as recruiting materials. Coaches are also able to start calling athletes after this date.
- September 1 of junior year: Athletes cannot go on unofficial visits or official visits before this date.
- September 1 of junior year: Coaches are allowed to conduct off-campus evaluations. But during the athlete’s junior year, those contacts are only allowed at the recruit’s school or home.
Other important information
- College coaches can evaluate and/or contact you no more than 7 times during your senior year.
- During your senior year a college coach cannot contact you more than 3 times.
Originally posted 2016-05-05 09:49:08.