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This contact period only pertains to the NCAA Division 1 schools, which only make up 25% of the total number of schools that field college softball teams and award softball scholarships.
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Originally Posted by
Gamecock81 This contact period only pertains to the NCAA Division 1 schools, which only make up 25% of the total number of schools that field college softball teams and award softball scholarships.
Doesn't the contact period also apply to D2 schools?
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To my knowledge, the only restrictions DII's have are dead periods a couple of days around the NLI signing dates and Jun 1- Jul 31. Other than that, they are open.