Summer Compliance Item- 7/9/12- 13.1.3.1.4- Women’s Basketball Phone Calls

The Ocean State University Women’s Basketball Coaches are planning out their phone calls to recruits for the month of July. When placing calls to rising seniors, which of the following is true for the month of July?

 

A.  The coaches can call a prospect one time during the entire month.

B.  The coaches can call a total of three times during the month.

C.  The coaches can call no more than once per week during the month.

D.  Both B and C are true.

 

The answer is DNCAA Bylaw 13.1.3.1.4 states that in women’s basketball, telephone calls may be made to an individual (or the individual’s relatives or legal guardians) as follows: (Adopted: 4/22/98,Revised: 11/1/01 effective 4/1/02, 4/28/05 effective 8/1/05, 10/17/05)

 

(a) One telephone call during the month of April of the individual’s junior year in high school on or after the Thursday after the conclusion of the NCAA Division I Women’s Final Four. (Revised: 10/27/06)

 

(b) One telephone call during the month of May of the individual’s junior year in high school. (Revised: 10/27/06)

 

(c) One telephone call on or after June 1 through June 20 of the individual’s junior year in high school. (Revised: 10/27/06)

 

(d) One telephone call on or after June 21 through June 30 of the individual’s junior year in high school. (Revised: 10/27/06)

 

(e) Three telephone calls during the month of July following the individual’s junior year in high school, with not more than one telephone call per week [see Bylaw 13.1.6.2.2-(c)]. If an individual attends an educational institution that uses a nontraditional academic calendar (e.g., Southern Hemisphere), the institution may begin to place one telephone call per week to the individual beginning on the opening day of classes of the individual’s senior year in high school.  (Revised: 10/27/06, 6/7/11, 7/14/11)

 

(f) Thereafter, one telephone call per week outside a contact period and unlimited telephone calls during a contact period. (Revised: 10/27/06, 4/29/10 effective 8/1/10)

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