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What to Look for in an Official

What to Look for in an Official

As an assigner or athletic director, you want to assign the best people to the games that need them. This means taking their experiences, rules knowledge and mechanics into account. But making the right calls isn’t the only thing that makes some officials great. What...

Make the Grade as a Student Athlete

Make the Grade as a Student Athlete

Student athletes like you work hard and play hard. There are times it seems you don’t have enough hours in a day to go to class, practice, eat, work, attend meetings, and still have time for homework, sleep and a social life. When you’re working to do your best on the...

ArbiterSports Signs Statewide Deal with Alaska School Activities Association

Strategic partnership designed to improve eligibility compliance and streamline athlete registration
across 200 Alaska high schools.

March 22, 2018 (Sandy, Utah) — ArbiterSports today announced that it has signed an exclusive strategic partnership with the Alaska School Activities Association (ASAA). This partnership covers all 200 ASAA member high schools. The agreement, which implements ArbiterAthleteTM across all 663,300 square miles of the state, will improve the process of compliance and eligibility tracking of athletes who sign up for athletic programs, while giving greater visibility to the state governing body.

ArbiterSports Signs Exclusive Statewide Agreement with Colorado High School Activities Association

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.

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.

ArbiterSports Hires Two New Executives

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.

February Roundup: Current Topics Affecting Game Officials and Athletes

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...

Retain Your Most Effective Coaches

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...

The Importance of Team Bonding

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...

Keep Your Focus When the Game Keeps Going

There are some games where the clock doesn’t stop when it should. Officiating means realizing that some games will go into overtime. Referees don’t get paid overtime and often are tired, dehydrated and hurting by the end of a long game; but they still need to stay...

What to Look for in an Official

As an assigner or athletic director, you want to assign the best people to the games that need them. This means taking their experiences, rules knowledge and mechanics into account. But making the right calls isn’t the only thing that makes some officials great. What...

Make the Grade as a Student Athlete

Student athletes like you work hard and play hard. There are times it seems you don’t have enough hours in a day to go to class, practice, eat, work, attend meetings, and still have time for homework, sleep and a social life. When you’re working to do your best on the...