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Mobile and digital technology have become commonplace in every industry as businesses strive to modernize time-consuming processes that were previously done on paper.  In youth sports, some of those ‘core’ processes include registration, payment processing, and scoring. As a result of these technologies, others such...

When we entered the college recruiting market just over 4 years ago, we realized quickly that football was very different from all other team sports. In 2015, Northwestern (Big Ten Conference) became the first D1 program to adopt SportsBoard for its football camps. The Wildcats replaced...

We started SportsBoard in 2012 thinking that athlete assessments would be the focal point for our product. First we addressed recruiting, then we evolved into camps, academies and combines. Our goal was to offer the most flexible assessment-based solution that could be used to capture objective...

With mid-August now upon us, the summer rush of recruiting and camps is subsiding. We had a great summer here in Sausalito, CA, with seven talented and industrious interns joining us from Washington University in St. Louis, University of Denver, St. Mary’s College in California, Middlebury...

Summer recruiting season has begun, tournaments are kicking off and the volume of college coaches asking us to set up SportsBoard for recruiting is spiking. But we’re also starting to see another trend, the escalation of testing events appearing as stand-alone events or on the front-end...

It’s late spring, the time of year when our spring-sport customers are in "showtime" mode. Congratulations to all of our customers on their seasons; whether they improved on 2014 or reached the NCAA tournament, we would like to think that SportsBoard played a pivotal role in...

SportsBoard is thrilled to announce the formation of its Advisory Council, consisting of three highly-respected and renowned leaders from the amateur sports and technology sectors. Sue Enquist, former All-American softball player, softball assistant coach, softball head coach and athletic department development director at UCLA. Sue earned...

Every day, the world is getting more and more connected, and that applies to amateur sports, too! College coaches have less and less time to ingest more and more data, and their world has seemingly gotten more complicated by the influx of sensor-based technologies. If you’ve...