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Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association and ArbiterSports Announce Partnership

Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association and ArbiterSports Announce Partnership

Agreement Will Enable Schools to Schedule and Manage Games Through One Innovative Platform

Jan. 3, 2020 (Sandy, Utah) – Today, ArbiterSports, the leader in athletics and event management software, announced an agreement with the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) to provide ArbiterGame — its scheduling and game management application — to athletic directors, schools, and districts statewide.

Leveraging Modern-day Technology to Standardize Administrative Tasks

Leveraging Modern-day Technology to Standardize Administrative Tasks

Education technology has evolved over the years and continues to influence the way state associations, districts, and schools serve students. Are schools, athletic associations, and business offices adapting to these changes sufficiently? Let us tell you from first-hand experience, many districts are still stuck in the past using outdated methods, especially when it comes to serving their student-athletes and athletic programs. ArbiterSports wants to bring all assigners, AD’s, CFO’s, and referees into 2020 with the latest technology.

The Case For High School Activities (source NFHS)

The Case For High School Activities (source NFHS)

The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) and its member state associations champion interscholastic sports and performing arts activities because they promote citizenship and sportsmanship in the 11 million students who participate nationwide. Activity programs instill a sense of pride in school and community, teach lifelong lessons and skills of teamwork and self-discipline and facilitate the physical and emotional development of the nation’s youth.

ArbiterSports Featured in Junior Achievement’s “JA-in-a-Day” video

ArbiterSports Featured in Junior Achievement’s “JA-in-a-Day” video

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 to 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.

Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association and ArbiterSports Announce Partnership

Agreement Will Enable Schools to Schedule and Manage Games Through One Innovative Platform

Jan. 3, 2020 (Sandy, Utah) – Today, ArbiterSports, the leader in athletics and event management software, announced an agreement with the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) to provide ArbiterGame — its scheduling and game management application — to athletic directors, schools, and districts statewide.

Leveraging Modern-day Technology to Standardize Administrative Tasks

Education technology has evolved over the years and continues to influence the way state associations, districts, and schools serve students. Are schools, athletic associations, and business offices adapting to these changes sufficiently? Let us tell you from first-hand experience, many districts are still stuck in the past using outdated methods, especially when it comes to serving their student-athletes and athletic programs. ArbiterSports wants to bring all assigners, AD’s, CFO’s, and referees into 2020 with the latest technology.

ArbiterSports Announces New Chief Executive Officer

June 10, 2019 (Sandy, Utah) – ArbiterSports, the established leader in athletic management software, has hired Kyle Ford to serve as President and Chief Executive Officer of the company, effective immediately. As part of the change, Jeff Triplette, who has served as President and Chief Executive Officer for the past six years, will transition to the role of Executive Chair and remain actively involved on the board of the company.

ArbiterSports and Illinois High School Association Sign Partnership

New agreement enables IHSA’s officials associations to use ArbiterSports’ assigning product ArbiterOne® free of charge May 2, 2019 (Sandy, Utah) – ArbiterSports, the established leader in athletic management, today announced that it has created a partnership with the...

ArbiterSports and California Interscholastic Federation Sign Partnership

Two-year agreement enables CIF and its constituents to schedule games once and distribute those schedules statewide from a single, centralized platform.

March 20, 2019 (Sandy, Utah) – ArbiterSports, the established leader in athletic management, today announced that it has been designated as the official athletic department management platform of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) as part of a new two-year agreement. One of the core objectives of the new partnership is to provide schools with a single schedule entry point within the state.

ArbiterSports Announces Partnership with NFHS Network™

Athletic Event Management veteran to provide NFHS Network with accurate scheduling data to automate its HS Athletics streaming service.

February 12, 2019 (Sandy, Utah) – ArbiterSports, the established leader in athletic event management, today announced that it has signed a partnership agreement with the National Federation of State High School Association Network (NFHS Network) to offer its high school game/match scheduling platform to improve the efficiency of its high school athletics streaming service. The NFHS streaming solution relies on high-end camera equipment…

ArbiterSports Donates to NCHSAA for Hurricane Florence Relief Effort

October 10, 2018 (Sandy, Utah) — ArbiterSports today announced that it has contributed $5,000 to the North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) for distribution among NCHSAA member sports officials and schools affected by Hurricane Florence. Earlier this month, Hurricane Florence caused extensive flooding and severe damage for thousands of residents in the Carolinas.

ArbiterSports Donates to SCHSL for Hurricane Florence Relief

October 10, 2018 (Sandy, Utah) — ArbiterSports today announced that it has contributed $2,500 to the South Carolina High School League (SCHSL) for distribution among SCHSL member sports officials affected by Hurricane Florence. Earlier this month, Hurricane Florence devastated parts of the Carolinas causing extensive flooding and severe damage for thousands of residents.

ArbiterSports Hires New VP of Product Management

Karen Mogridge to bring experience and expertise to the company leadership team.

August 28, 2018 (Sandy, Utah) — ArbiterSports today announced the addition of Karen Mogridge to the executive team as the company’s Vice President of Product Management. Mogridge is a seasoned product manager, software engineer and business analyst with two decades of experience overseeing the development of new products.

The Case For High School Activities (source NFHS)

The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) and its member state associations champion interscholastic sports and performing arts activities because they promote citizenship and sportsmanship in the 11 million students who participate nationwide. Activity programs instill a sense of pride in school and community, teach lifelong lessons and skills of teamwork and self-discipline and facilitate the physical and emotional development of the nation’s youth.