March 1 through May 26th is a contact period according to NCAA DI rules. What this means is that college coaches can have in person meetings with both the players and his parents/guardians. These meetings can take place both on campus and off of campus. This is a time period where a lot of college coaches will go to your games to see you play. Sometimes, you may not even know that the coach stopped by and saw you play. It is always a good idea to play your best at every moment of every game so that if that was a minute the coach stopped to see you play, it was well worth his travel and time. Coaches can also write and call you during this time period. There is a dead period from April 11th to April 14th where no in person contact can occur. Make sure that you read the rules and know what is going on so that you can get the most from each contact with a college coach. You should email college coaches and let them know when your games are so they can come and see you play. I have started a college coach list with my team that we are adding to, feel free to use it and add college coaches to it. I send out emails to these coaches for my team of when our games are and stat updates. It can be found here: https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0AmdgYWVJtyBsdDlXWDloX3VXcTF3a2taMFBEaUFxc3c&hl=en&authkey=CLiam-4J.
Make sure you add to the list.