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StatEasy’s Guide to Technology: Wearable Tech

Wearable Tech

StatEasy’s Guide to Technology: Wearable Tech It’s going to happen, so you better be prepared. Wearable tech has been slowly making its way to consumers for a few years now, but we have a feeling it’s going to pick up in the next year.  In this edition of StatEasy’s Guide to Technology, we’ll cover two […]

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StatEasy’s Guide to Technology: Sharing Video Online


You’ve got a thousand different responsibilities as a coach, and more often than not, barely enough time to manage them all. We’d like to share with a you a little trick, that will help you save time and eliminate some expenses along the way. This week, we’ll give you the rundown of sharing video online […]

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StatEasy’s Guide to Technology: YouTube

The free video streaming site YouTube can be anyone’s best friend when used properly. In this week’s Guide to Technology, we’ll show you how to sign up, upload video, and share that video with others. Step 1: Signing Up for YouTube   You can sign up for YouTube for free right from their Home Page. […]

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Im a huge fan of StatEasy and haven’t found any stat program that works as well when stating volleyball.

William Becque
William Becque
Director of Sports Information at Smith College

We utilized the stats on the bench to help us win a 5-set match against the 4th ranked team in the country! They were not using StatEasy by the way.

Tim Balice
Head Women’s Volleyball Coach, Kalamazoo Valley Community College

It’s a definite game changer!

Patrick Walton
Head Men’s Basketball Coach, Voyager Academy

Mind = Blown.

Lauren Torvi
Assistant Women’s Volleyball Coach, Depauw University

One of our major [focal points] is professional development… That is part of our mission, and this product, hands down, does that.

Dave Archer
Executive Director, Basketball Coaches Association of New York

It gives that coach an option of showing their players instantly, not just their numbers, not just their stats, but film to back up what those numbers say, so that’s something that we think could be really special to the coach.

Tom Barrick
Executive Director, Ohio High School Basketball Coaches Association

We believe it’s the model that is going to catch on once people realize the quality of the product.

Greg Grantham
Executive Director, North Carolina Basketball Coaches Association