CoachMePlus announced the addition of eight new collegiate partners to its growing list of NCAA and professional sports clients. CoachMePlus will be the official athlete performance management system for University of Oklahoma (Big12), University of Wyoming (MWC), Wake Forest University (ACC) University of Mississippi Women’s Soccer (SEC), University of Richmond (A10), Quinnipiac University (MAAC), Canisius College (MAAC) and Greenville College (DIII). The CoachMePlus platform will be utilized by the coaches to centralize their numerous athlete sports performance data points and quickly uncover performance trends to evaluate game-day readiness.
CoachMePlus worked closely with the various sports performance coaches to develop a system specific to their needs. In doing so, coaches will be able to easily manage their athletes’ data, assign work-outs, improve athletic performance with daily monitoring and assessment, minimize fatigue-related, non-contact, soft tissue injuries and improve communication between athletes, coaches and administrators.
“We are excited to be working with these remarkable institutions,” said Kevin Dawidowicz, President and Co-Founder of CoachMePlus. “Their hard work and dedication to sports science and sports performance will now be enhanced with the implementation of the CoachMePlus platform.”
“Our NCAA clients include some of the most forward-thinking coaches in the sports science industry. The breadth of what CoachMePlus can deliver – from in-season/out-of-season workout assignments and daily monitoring to detailed reports and device integration – is beneficial for all levels of professional, collegiate and high school athletics,” added Dawidowicz.
CoachMePlus works with professional and collegiate sports teams to manage their athletes’ sports performance data. By integrating with numerous wearable and measurement devices, CoachMePlus develops unique reports and dashboards for teams that allow faster, more accurate and all-encompassing data delivery; ultimately improving an athlete’s game-day readiness.
In 2003, Dawidowicz and the other founders started providing computerized off-season workout programs for an NHL franchise. In 2012, CoachMePlus was founded to meet the growing demands of the sports science and sports performance industry. It has been transforming the world of applied sport science data integration ever since. The centralized system brings a level of sophistication to tracking athlete information like no other. A company grounded on expertise, innovation and client services, CoachMePlus is the go-to system for over 40 professional and collegiate athletic teams and 20,000 athletes. CoachMePlus is headquartered in Buffalo, NY with offices in New York City. For more information visit www.coachmeplus.com.
Courtesy of Dawn Reed at CoachMePlus