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Association implements ArbiterAthlete to improve eligibility and compliance and streamline athlete registration across all 355 Colorado high schools
April 3, 2018 (Sandy, Utah) — ArbiterSports today announced that it has signed an exclusive statewide agreement with the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) with a key component being the implementation of ArbiterAthlete across all 355 CHSAA member high schools. The adoption of this technology solution will improve the compliance and eligibility tracking process for athletes who sign up for athletic/activity programs in the state and provide real-time access to the information athletic directors, administrators, coaches and parents need.
“This agreement will deliver actionable benefits to every stakeholder across our state,” said CHSAA Commissioner Rhonda Blanford-Green. “The CHSAA has seen an increase in turnover in athletic administration, and this partnership will allow us to provide resources and support to simplify the CHSAA eligibility process. It will be a win-win for both organizations but more importantly, the school communities we serve.”
The implementation of ArbiterAthlete across the state will improve the ease and efficiency with which high schools interact with each other and with the CHSAA.
“CHSAA saw the need to enhance its operations so it could continue to support its member high schools in a streamlined way,” said ArbiterSports President and CEO Jeff Triplette. “Not only does compliance become more automatic, but the school administrators can save time and paperwork, and spend more quality time with student-athletes and their athletics programs.”
In addition to efficiency improvements, the ArbiterAthlete solution will help Colorado stay in compliance with the latest FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) and HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) guidelines across the entire state.
“We are excited about the endless opportunities afforded to our Association through this partnership to elevate our practices and educational outreach,” added Blanford-Green.
ArbiterAthlete is an athlete pre-participation and registration product made possible through a joint venture between PlanetHS of Jacksonville, FL and ArbiterSports.
About CHSAA
The Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) is a statewide nonprofit organization focused on creating a positive and equitable environment in which students can be challenged and inspired to meet their highest potential. A key part of Colorado’s educational process, CHSAA provides diverse opportunities for personal development through sporting behavior, character education, teamwork, leadership, and citizenship. CHSAA also recognizes the achievements of athletes, teams, coaches, and administrators through its awards programs. In order to adhere to state educational standards, CHSAA also administers, interprets, and seeks compliance with state by-laws. For more, visit www.CHSAA.org.
About ArbiterSports
As the leader in athletic event management, ArbiterSports helps school athletic departments and sports leagues dramatically simplify the process of managing athletic events, assigning officials, paying event workers, and informing athletes, families and fans. The solution delivers unprecedented control and visibility over the entire athletic event process. ArbiterSports products are built on a powerful web-based platform that allows secure access from anywhere and provides seamless integration with the ability to add features. Sports leagues, commissioners, athletic directors, assigners, officials and event workers rely on ArbiterSports to do their jobs effectively. For more, visit arbitersports.com.
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Over the last 3 years, ArbiterSports has volunteered with Junior Achievement, one of the world’s largest youth-serving NGO’s. Jr Achievement’s JA-in-a-Day program provides students at low-income schools with an opportunity learn important skills like entrepreneurship,  financial literacy, economics and much more. ArbiterSports was recently featured in JA’s year in review video and plans to participate again this year on May 23rd. Check out the video below and see if you can recognize any members of the Arbiter team.
 

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ArbiterSports Hires Two New Executives

March 14, 2018 | Game 2 nguoi | No Comments

CRO Jeff Moore and CFO John Hopkins bring seasoned expertise to the team.
March 14, 2018 (Sandy, Utah) — ArbiterSports today announced the addition of Jeff Moore to the executive team as the company’s chief revenue officer (CRO) and John Hopkins as the company’s chief financial officer (CFO). Moore is a seasoned sales executive with nearly two decades in the cloud-based education industry, and Hopkins has spent the last 25 years in executive positions within software and banking operations.
“We are excited to have Jeff and John join our executive team,” said ArbiterSports President and CEO Jeff Triplette. “Jeff brings with him extensive sales experience at the executive level that will allow us to explore new sales channels and accelerate our revenue growth. John’s experience in finance as well as banking software over the past two decades will provide the strategic and financial leadership we need at this stage in our growth. Jeff and John are the right people at the right time for ArbiterSports.
”Before joining ArbiterSports, Moore was vice president of sales for Rocky Mountain West at Renaissance Learning, was the CRO and co-founder of INQUIS, and VP of sales at School Improvement Network. Moore holds Bachelor of Science degrees in business management, economics and information systems from Brigham Young University–Hawaii. His areas of expertise include sales, account management, product implementation, forecasting models, and alignment to revenue.
Hopkins served most recently as CFO of Zions Bancorporation’s Net Deposit Unit and also as an Owner-Operator of two successful McDonald’s restaurant franchises. Hopkins earned an MBA in finance from the University of Chicago and a Bachelor of Science degree in finance from the University of Utah. His areas of expertise include financial planning and analysis, executive management, transaction and contract negotiation, accounting, mergers and acquisitions, and capital budgeting.
The new hires bolster ArbiterSports’ objective of pursuing new growth opportunities in adjacent markets, which began with its capital infusion in 2017 from San Francisco-based private equity firm Serent Capital.
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Whether it’s a rules change, a new way to get sports news or something closer to home, there’s always something to talk about in the world of sports. Here are some of the latest stories we thought our readers would love. Click on any link to learn more.

USGA announces major change to playoff format for U.S. Open championships

The United States Golf Association solicited opinions from players, fans, volunteers and others before it decided to make changes to its aggregate playoff format. It will be switching to a new two-hole system for the Open championships. This is a change from an 18-hole aggregate playoff in the event of a tie after 72 holes, most recently used in the U.S. Open. The change allows players to recover from a single mistake, but remain memorable and dramatic for everyone.

Three sportswriters launch subscription D.C. sports site

If you’re a fan of the Caps, Nats, Redskins or Wizards, you’re in luck. Former Washington Times enterprise writer Todd Dybas and longtime local sports reporters Brian McNally and Ben Standig have come together to launch the Sports Capital, a text and podcast subscription site focusing on Washington D.C. sports coverage, analysis and explanation. They have ambitious plans for their launch, including an interview with John Thompson III and a sit-down with Nats manager Dave Martinez. See what else they have in store by following the link.

CBS will let you watch sports news — but not live games — with its new free streaming service

CBS will launch CBS Sports HQ, a free streaming service that gives viewers live news and reporting, game previews, highlights, analysis, projections and statistics. It does not include the pro and college games on CBS’ main channel, but still gives viewers a way to access the stories they want to see.

ArbiterSports Can Help You Succeed

No matter what your position is, managing athletic events requires a lot of organization. Whether you’re a business office, game official, conference assigner or athletic director, you need to stay organized. Whether it’s making sure your schedules are solid; checking officials’ eligibility and other information; ensuring your organization’s standards are met; finding an easier way to pay your workers; or otherwise keeping your details straight, ArbiterSports has a solution that can help. For more information about ArbiterSports services and solutions for officiating and athletic event management, contact us at [email protected] or call 800.576.2799.
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Retain Your Most Effective Coaches

February 28, 2018 | Game 2 nguoi | No Comments

An athletic director might run a school’s athletic program, but the coaches make it stand out. Your coaches work with student athletes constantly, and it’s not an easy job. Coaching can have a high turnover rate because of the demands of the position. An enthusiastic young coach might leave the program to teach extra courses or make major life changes. Attracting talented leaders is an important part of helping your program reach its potential, but so is encouraging them to stick around. Here are some tips to help you do that.
Ask the Right Questions When Hiring
When you’re interviewing coaching candidates, try to figure out what their goals are. Are the applicants using coaching to add a line to their résumés, or do they want to support their communities and teams? What are their educational philosophies? Where do they see themselves and their teams in five years? Hire someone who is ambitious and invested in making the program better.
Establish a Good Working Relationship
Coaches need to know they can come to their athletic director with problems, so make relationships strong from the very beginning. Have frequent, informal meetings with individual coaches to check in, and know they have a support system in you. Make these weekly meetings at a time that’s convenient for both of you; ask questions, offer praise and suggestions, talk through problems or struggles, and listen. An informal meeting makes the relationship more personal, and a bond encourages a coach to stick with the program.
Avoid Micromanaging
Support your coaches, but don’t constantly look over their shoulders. If they feel micromanaged, they’ll think you don’t trust them. Find the right balance. Understand and respect that coaches are doing the best jobs they can, and do what you can to make sure they are respected. As long as the coach is running a program that fits with the framework of the athletic department, he or she can manage the team how they choose – even if it’s not the way you would do it.
Help With Work
As an athletic director, you have the resources your coaches need to succeed. Make sure those resources are available. Give advice when asked, listen when they want to talk, and make changes to help achieve your program’s vision. You do a lot of work, but coaches also are trying to teach classes. Use some of your time to make tasks such as scheduling, training and paperwork a little easier for them.
No Pressure
Winning is great, but it’s not everything. Student athletes get involved in athletic programs because they love the game, and coaches love it, too. Don’t make it seem like winning is the top priority, or that coaches will get fired if their teams don’t win games. Focusing on other parts of athletic programs, such as education, character building and teamwork, are more important to your program’s culture than championship trophies.
Appreciation
Coaches are more likely to stick around if they feel respected and valued. Find ways to make sure they feel appreciated. Create an appreciation program that offers rewards and public recognition, or consider creating discretionary items unique to coaches. While quality coaches aren’t in it for the attention, it helps when their athletic director recognizes their efforts.
Take Care of Your Coaches With ArbiterSports
Athletic directors have hard jobs with a lot of moving parts, and keeping coaches happy is part of doing the job well. ArbiterSports can help athletic directors stay organized, which is great for athletic programs and everyone involved with them. Whether it’s tools to make paydays or scheduling easier, or referee training, ArbiterSports has something that can help you succeed. For more information on the tools, training and resources ArbiterSports can offer athletic directors and game officials, call 800.576.2799 or email [email protected]
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The Importance of Team Bonding

February 23, 2018 | Game 2 nguoi | No Comments

When you take charge of a team, you need to have specific knowledge of your sport and coaching in general. Some knowledge of teaching, fitness and nutrition science may be helpful as well. Also important for athletic coaches is improving their teams through teambuilding exercises. Having teammates bond with one another is important to their success on and off the field. Teambuilding exercises work for sports teams of all ages as long as the coach considers variables such as maturity, readiness, time and goals. Here’s what building a more cohesive team can bring to the game.
Getting to Know One Another
Bringing people together encourages collaboration and connections. By providing your athletes opportunities to connect with one another, you’re letting them see one another in a different light. The connections built during practices and teambuilding exercises are genuine friendships that can help establish a team identity, ensure everyone contributes, and make athletes comfortable enough to communicate their thoughts and feelings.
Teamwork Boosts Performance
Teambuilding between individuals means better performance as a group. Additionally, teams that understand each member’s strengths and weaknesses are better prepared to adapt to changing game situations. Bonding exercises encourage goal-setting, communication, problem solving and stress management skills that will be vital on and off the field. In addition, team members who often work together can trust one another – and trust can help win games.
Inspiring a Friendly Environment
Part of coaching means providing healthy and positive environments for your athletes that encourages them to stay in the game. A friendly training environment leads to athletes who are comfortable around one another and happy to work with anyone. A friendly team environment prevents negative outside influences, and helps increase athletes’ senses of self-worth, confidence and acceptance; for a lot of athletes, this can mean the difference between quitting and staying on the team.
Friendly Competition Can Be Fun
Fun is a good motivator, and it’s probably a big reason why your athletes are there in the first place. Teambuilding offers your team members chances to celebrate with one another when they solve a problem, as well as the motivation to succeed for one another. Even competitive teambuilding exercises can be fun motivators. Competition inspires athletes to be better, so combining it with a fun bonding activity may increase your team’s performance on and off the field.
Improving Your Coaching
As an athletic coach, you play a huge role in building team chemistry. It makes sense that bringing team bonding into your practices will help your team play its best – but it also can help you hone your skills as a coach. Teambuilding exercises may improve your relationship with your athletes, provide a positive team environment, and improve your motivational and communication skills. Talking your athletes through exercises is good practice for breaking down instructions, providing feedback and using positive reinforcement. On top of that, these exercises can be fun for you and your athletes – and isn’t that why you got involved? While coaching is partly about making sure your athletes have the skills needed to win games, it’s arguably even more important to dedicate as much time planning team bonding exercises to use during your season.
Make ArbiterSports Part of Your Team
As athletes need the support of their peers and teammates, coaches need teams, too. ArbiterSports has the tools and services that coaches, athletic directors, game officials and other athletic department members need to succeed. Whether it’s referee training or staying in touch with coaching staff, ArbiterSports can help you work hard so your team can play hard. For more information on what ArbiterSports can offer you, call 800.576.2799 or email [email protected]
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