The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association partnered with ChangeUp to allow NIAA baseball coaches to perform pitch tracking more efficiently.
The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association (NIAA), the non-profit governing body of high school athletics in the Silver State, and ChangeUp, a pitching safety tracking system, have jointly announced a partnership that will help the NIAA’s baseball coaches perform one of their side duties more efficiently.
“We are excited to be partnering with the prestigious NIAA organization and its member high school athletic programs in support of their collective commitment to player safety,” said Jeremy Coffey, COO, and Co-Founder of ChangeUp. “By providing solutions to accurately and comprehensively track pitch loads across multiple teams and seasons, ChangeUp makes compliance with pitch limits and rest requirements simple and easy while also providing players, coaches and parents with key information to help address health and safety concerns before injuries occur.”
“The Association is sincerely appreciative of ChangeUp’s commitment to high school baseball pitcher safety in the Silver State,” said Bart Thompson, Executive Director of the NIAA. “Their data management software to track, analyze and report pitch counts is cutting edge technology. This platform is easy, beneficial and effective to use by our coaches. Using sport science methods will ultimately help the health and well-being of student-athletes. The NIAA is grateful for this partnership and the longterm benefits it will provide to students and our baseball programs.”