The American Baseball Coaches Association is pleased to announce its new partnership with leading performance analysis technology provider Hudl. The partnership will give ABCA member coaches an exclusive look at Hudl’s new post-game analysis solution for baseball through webinars and at the upcoming 2024 ABCA Convention.
“We are thrilled to have Hudl join the ABCA as an Official Partner,” said ABCA Executive Director Craig Keilitz. “Our partnership with Hudl is an exciting opportunity to share innovative and time-saving tools that our coaches can utilize to better develop their players.”
In the lead-up to the convention, ABCA members are encouraged to sign up for the Hudl webinar–which is part of the ABCA Fall Webinar Series – titled Dominate the Diamond: How One School Used Hudl’s Video Analysis Baseball Tools to Reach the Postseason.
“Hudl for baseball is something our coaches have been routinely asking for, and we’re thrilled that we can now offer it to teams across the United States. With access to video, data and analysis tools, we’re proud to empower baseball teams to never miss a moment,” said Greg Nelson, senior vice president at Hudl. “Hudl’s baseball video, data and analysis tools are now available to baseball teams in the U.S.”
ABCA members attending the convention can learn more by attending Hudl’s Expo Theater session and see live product demonstrations by visiting Booth 1629.
As a global leader in performance analysis technology, Hudl helps more than 200K sports teams—from grassroots to the pros—prepare for and stay ahead of the competition. A complete suite of video and data products ensures coaches have the insights they need and athletes get the shot they deserve. 6M users across 40+ sports use Hudl's best-in-class software, hardware and services, including online coaching tools, mobile and desktop apps, smart cameras, livestreaming, wearables, analytics, professional consultation and more. To learn more, click HERE.
Founded in 1945, the American Baseball Coaches Association is the primary professional organization for baseball coaches at the amateur level. Its over 15,000 members represent all 50 states and 41 countries. Since its initial meeting of 27 college baseball coaches in June 1945, Association members have broadened to include nine divisions: NCAA Division I, II, and III, NAIA, NJCAA, Pacific Association Division, High School, Youth and Travel.