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How do you keep stats?

bigtenbbbigtenbb 1 replies1 discussions Harvard Champion
Hi,

If you keep stats on your child to send to coaches what is the most effective way?

Do you receive a stat sheet from the coach? If so do you then input manually into a spreadsheet?

Trying to figure out a better method. Sometime the paper releases stats the day after games but its not consistent.
edited May 2013 in Athletic Recruits
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  • reach2playreach2play 5 replies1 discussions Harvard Champion
    A quick way to record stats is to get a smart phone picture of the official book after the game. You can then save the images to your PC and name them so you have a reference.
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  • bigtenbbbigtenbb 1 replies1 discussions Harvard Champion
    Ok thanks, do you just send the pics to the coaches or manually input the stats?
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  • fenwaysouthfenwaysouth 5 replies0 discussions
    IMHO in most recruitable high school sports (except football, & timed events) stats are meaningless. College recruiters want to see your son or daughter competing against top competition. In my son's sport, coaches use radar gun for pitching & hitting, stop watches for running and their eye balls at national showcases and combines. Coaches want to see how the recruit handles himself and competes at higher levels than high school where most often times the talent is diluted. Travel teams and showcases are the platform to do this. In any athletic resume, you'll want to mention the travel team in any sport, as well as their schedule and any district, regional or national awards.

    The only high school stats that ever mattered was his SAT score, his GPA, and academic rigor (AP classes). Once in a while we had some local scouts at a high school game with a radar gun that told us they had to put him on their watch list because he was throwing over 90mph.
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