Team License: Complete list of women’s college basketball coaches’ contact information

$399.99 / year

This is an up-to-date, downloadable list of nearly every women’s college basketball coaches’ contact information. Those who purchase the team license receive the right to distribute the women’s basketball coaches database to as many athletes/parents in their program as they choose.

There are over 1,800 programs, and over 4,800 people, in the database. All five levels (DI, DII, DIII, JuCo and NAIA) are included. The information is up-to-date as of July 16, 2021.

The database includes free, monthly updates for one year. It also includes a large amount of school-specific information that helps athletes identify which colleges are the best fit for them.


Note: The person who purchases the team license receives the right to distribute the women’s basketball coaches database to any player/parent in his or her program, per’s terms and conditions. Distributing the database to anybody outside of the program is strictly prohibited.

Click here, if you’re an individual and not interested in purchasing a team license.


It’s best to take a proactive approach to the recruiting process. Don’t wait for college coaches to find your athletes. Don’t rely solely on your personal contacts. Search nationwide for the schools that are the best fit, and then contact the coaches at those schools directly.

Our database makes doing that easier than ever.

For $399.99, you — and the athletes in your program — will receive a database full of contact information for coaches at every women’s college basketball program in the country. That includes the Division I, Division II, Division III, NJCAA/JuCo and NAIA levels. There are more than 1,800 programs in the database, and over 4,800 people in it.

Plus, the database features a large amount of school-specific information that will help athletes identify the colleges that are best-suited for them. The process of identifying the best fit for an athlete, both academically and athletically, is often intimidating, time-consuming and overwhelming.

It isn’t any longer, however. It’s a process that now takes less than 30 minutes by following our tutorial.


Upon purchase, you will be able to download a Microsoft Excel file that has the DI, DII, DIII, NJCAA/JuCo and NAIA sections separated into different tabs. The database is easy to use and navigate. The DI portion is sorted by conference, and can be sorted by state. The four others are sorted by state.

The women’s basketball database is up-to-date as of July 16, 2021. Those who purchase it will also receive free updates to the database for one year. Updates will not be sent during the season. Only during the offseason. They will be sent via email to the person who purchased the team license. They can then be forwarded.