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Krossover to Continue as the Open Video Exchange Provider

By IWLCA Admin, 08/08/18, 10:00AM EDT


IWLCA Extends Agreement for Krossover to Serve as the Open Video Exchange Provider

New 3-year partnership includes expanded offerings for IWLCA members


Stack Sports and the IWLCA have agreed to extend their partnership of Krossover, the leading sports video hosting, analysis and statistics company. Krossover has been a partner of the organization since 2016, and will remain the “Official Open Video Exchange Provider of the IWLCA.” Over the course of the initial agreement, Krossover provided film exchange services to over 450 women’s collegiate lacrosse programs across Division I, Division II, and Division III of the NCAA.

"The IWLCA membership has continually cited the Open Video Exchange as one of our most valuable membership benefits, and they have been very satisfied with the commitment to customer service that Krossover has provided as the host of the Exchange for the past two years,” said Kathy Taylor, head coach at Le Moyne College and IWLCA President. “The online video exchange library has bolstered the growth of the game by serving as a teaching tool that facilitates increased professional development for our members and the student-athletes they work with. Extending our agreement with Krossover will allow the IWLCA to continue supporting our membership with cutting edge technology as they work to advance our sport." 

As a part of the extended three-year partnership, Krossover will continue to provide complimentary film exchange services and heavily discounted team and conference breakdown services. Stack Sports has also developed new services available to IWLCA members within Krossover, including a digital playbook/team communication tool, and an integration with Steva, a premium self-editing tool, which is also part of Stack Sports.

"For the past two years, the IWLCA has been a tremendously influential partner of Krossover and we couldn't be more excited to extend and expand our relationship with the organization,” said Alex Alt, CEO of Stack Sports. “We believe that Krossover's video analytics services have positively impacted intercollegiate women's lacrosse and we're proud to be part of the IWLCA family. Furthermore, Stack Sports' additional resources will continue to strengthen the IWLCA's mission of cultivating the growth of and promoting excellence in intercollegiate women's lacrosse."

Krossover offers technology solutions that allow coaches to review film, scout opponents, use data insights and catalog players throughout the year to evaluate player development and progress.


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