STACK SPORTS AND TEXAS ASSOCIATION OF BASKETBALL COACHES ANNOUNCE TECHNOLOGY PARTNERSHIP
Plano, Texas — Stack Sports and the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches jointly announced a multi-year partnership, recognizing Stack Sports as the “Official Technology Company” of the association. The agreement includes exclusive rights for game breakdowns, game statistics and custom game highlights through Krossover. Krossover will provide a range of services for the TABC and its member schools including complimentary self-editing tools, discounted pricing on Krossover’s automated breakdown services, and custom highlight packages for student-athletes. GamePlan, a digital playbook platform, and CaptainU, a recruiting platform, are also part of the partnership, providing additional value to coaches and student-athletes in player development and recruiting.
“Stack Sports is thrilled to be expanding our relationship in high school athletics with TABC,” said Eric Perugini, Vice President of Governing Bodies and Partnerships with Stack Sports. “Our vision of growth in the high school market is highlighted by partnering with one of the largest coaches’ associations in the country. We believe that we’ll bring unprecedented value to association members through multiple, integrated technology platforms.”
“Stack Sports offers great expertise in this category and is a perfect fit as the ‘Official Technology Partner’ of the association,” said Rick Sherley, Executive Director of the TABC.
Stack Sports offers a suite of technology products to high school athletic programs. Krossover, a video analytics platform, offers technology solutions for coaches to review film, scout opponents and catalog players throughout the year to evaluate player development and progress. GamePlan creates a digital meeting room environment, with video, messaging, scheduling and document storage capabilities. CaptainU enables high school athletes to take control of their own recruiting process and find the best fit for them at the next level.
About Stack Sports
With nearly 50 million users in 35 countries, Stack Sports is the global leader in sports technology providing an integrated technology platform for national governing bodies, youth sports leagues, clubs and associations, parents, coaches and athletes. Stack Sports is headquartered in Dallas and backed by Genstar Capital, the NFL’s 32 Equity, Jerry Jones of the Dallas Cowboys, Providence Equity and other leading sports and technology investors. Since its formation in April 2016, Stack Sports has completed 26 acquisitions of market-leading sports technology companies. To learn more about how Stack Sports is transforming the sports experience, please visit http://www.stacksports.com.
The Texas Association of Basketball Coaches was formed in April with less than 200 men’s basketball coaches at a clinic sponsored by the Waco Chamber of Commerce. Today, the organization is the second-largest basketball coaches’ association in the country, boasting a membership of over 5,000 men’s and women’s coaches across the state. The Association is led by Executive Director Rick Sherley and based out of Houston, Texas.