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November 7, 2018

Wearable technology and in-game decision making

[caption id="attachment_27240" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Photo: SOLIDShot[/caption] {Sponsored} When a coach is putting together a scouting report or game strategy, they’re analyzing various player and team statistics to develop a plan. S...

November 7, 2018

Building a scouting report that helps win games

{Sponsored} Time is a coach’s most valued resource, and one divided by an abundance of tasks: communicating with players, analyzing competitors, building reports. With FastScout, college and NBA coaches have found a tool that creates scouting repor...

September 5, 2018

Riddell, Peyton Manning award equipment to 18 football teams

Today, Riddell and brand ambassador Peyton Manning announced the 18 recipients of the 2018 Smarter Football equipment grants and congratulated each program with a personalized video message from Manning. [caption id="attachment_26821" align="al...

June 18, 2018

Trinity-Pawling hockey wins league championship using video technology

[caption id="attachment_26640" align="aligncenter" width="550"] The Trinity-Pawling Varsity Ice Hockey Team, champions of the Founders League. Photo: Trinity-Pawling School[/caption] {Sponsored} The 2018 varsity ice hockey season for Trinity-Pawli...

January 4, 2018

CoachComm announces distributor agreement with GoRout

CoachComm LLC, the leading provider of coaches’ technologies, announced Thursday that it has signed a distributor agreement with GoRout, a provider of playmaking technology that combines intelligent software and on‐field wearable products...

December 3, 2015

Why athletic directors must embrace technology

It’s not likely you have ever heard of an athletic director with a relaxed, laid-back job. Athletic directors wear numerous hats — logistics, personnel decisions, scheduling, solving the occasional unforeseen crisis. Amid it all, they are respons...

March 9, 2015

Fitness made easier with new technology

Coaches want the most from their players during training sessions, but there’s a fine line between maximum effort and overexertion. Cross it, and athletes could be lost to injury. The development of new technology has made lives easier for coach...

June 21, 2011

New Technology Embedded In Chinstrap Signals Possibility Of Head Injury

OMAHA, Neb., June 21, 2011 – Last season, Detroit Lions football player, Ndamukong Suh, registered 10 sacks, the most by any NFL Defensive Tackle, 66 tackles, 1 interception and 1 forced fumble – all miraculously without head injuries. This upcom...

July 29, 2010

New Jersey Institute Of Technology To Keep Men’s Swimming

The New Jersey Institute of Technology, which had suspended the men’s swimming program in May due to budget concerns, has reinstated the sport. The women’s program, however, remains suspended.