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IWLCA Extends Video Exchange Partnership with Hudl

By IWLCA Admin, 09/03/21, 1:00PM EDT


IWLCA Extends Video Exchange Partnership with Hudl


The IWLCA is pleased to announce the extension of its partnership agreement with Hudl through the 2023 lacrosse season. As part of the agreement Hudl will remain the “Official Online Video Exchange Platform Provider” and will also become the “Preferred Video Analysis Provider” of the IWLCA.

“We are thrilled to announce the extension of our partnership with Hudl. The online video exchange library has been a gamechanger that allows our coaches to do their jobs effectively and efficiently,” said Liz Robertshaw, IWLCA Executive Director. “Hudl’s willingness to work with our members and the extended lacrosse community to make this the best platform it can be has been impressive.”

Since its acquisition of Krossover in 2019, Hudl has been the exclusive host of the IWLCA Video Exchange Library, providing coaches access to games across the collegiate landscape in NCAA Division I, Division II, and Division III, and the NAIA. Additionally, Hudl has worked with the IWLCA, College Women’s Lacrosse Officials Association (CWLOA), and the NCAA to provide access to game film for the benefit of all constituencies and the game of women’s lacrosse at-large.

“Hudl is extending our partnership as the official video analysis solution for the IWLCA,” said Greg Nelson, Senior Vice President of Hudl. “We’re proud to host an open video exchange for more than 550 member institutions, while offering industry leading video and data tools to facilitate the growth and development of coaches and athletes in the IWLCA.”

Hudl will continue to offer IWLCA members discounted team and conference breakdown services and make an array of services available to within the Hudl platform, including online tools, mobile and desktop apps, smart cameras, analytics, and more.


About the IWLCA: The IWLCA is a membership-led, professional association representing the nation’s intercollegiate women’s lacrosse coaches within Division I, II & III of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), and the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). The IWLCA is a 501c(3) nonprofit educational organization. Currently there are over 550 institutional members and over 1,200 coaches participating in NCAA Division I, Division II, Division III, and the NAIA.

About Hudl: Hudl is a leading performance analysis company revolutionizing the way coaches and athletes prepare for and stay ahead of the competition. Founded in 2006, Hudl offers a complete suite of products that empower more than 180,000 global sports teams at every level—from grassroots to professional organizations—to gather insights with video and data. Hudl’s products and services include online tools, mobile and desktop apps, smart cameras, analytics, professional consultation and more.