Where to start. First, why does Captain U insist upon making my life difficult? Is it that hard to type up a tournament schedule that is easy to read, done by team and another one by game time? That way, if we want to find when a specific team is playing, we look at that team's schedule. And if we want to see what games are being played, say on Saturday at 11 a.m., EVERY SINGLE game at that time is listed in one spot and not all over four different pages. Second, I know I have written about this before, but there are new people each year writing to colleges, so here I go again. Girls, when e-mailing coaches about your schedule for the upcoming weekend, we need your name, your grad year, your jersey number, your exact team name, the location of your tournament, your exact game time and field number, your opponent and the position(s) you play. Make sure we have your EXACT team name as it is listed by the tournament. I never know which Cincy Static team I'm watching. Maybe it's 97 or 98 or Blue or Sheppard or Kavin or Wilp or North or heck, who knows, maybe some combination. The Static isn't the only organization doing this. Coaches, pick a team name and stick with it at all times! And make sure your girls use the full team name in their e-mails. If I get an e-mail saying a girl plays for the Buckeye Heat and come watch me this weekend, uh, ok, let me find you out of the five Heat teams at the tournament, and because you didn't give me your exact schedule, I now have to find you on a schedule typed by Captain U that is nearly unreadable and hope I found the correct Heat team. And then I need to do this for maybe 20 or more girls? Ladies, believe me, make it EASY for college coaches to find you and you will get more looks. I am - as soon as I am done typing this post - about to delete a couple of e-mails from girls for this weekend because I can't find pertinent information in their emails that I need so that I can find them at the tournament. I'm not going to spend an hour trying to find information for one or two girls.