The Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) and Hudl are partnering to transform athletic departments, coaches, and athletes throughout the state of Oregon. Over 700 high school teams are already using Hudl's video, data and recruiting tools in the state of Oregon. This partnership aims to provide even broader access to more sports, athletes and fans, as well as provide film to aid in the continual education of officials.
As part of the new relationship, Hudl has been named the Exclusive Video Analysis and State Video Exchange Solution of the OSAA. OSAA member schools and their teams, specifically in Football, Basketball, and Volleyball, are encouraged to use Hudl as a means to exchange game film. The OSAA also becomes part of Hudl’s Innovation Lab, which will allow member schools to access and test new products and prototypes and to collaborate on product features and upgrades.
Greg Nelson, Vice President of Competitive at Hudl, and Peter Weber, Executive Director of the OSAA, made the announcement jointly today.
“We are excited to launch this partnership with the Oregon School Activities Association,” said Nelson. “Our goal is to provide the technology for coaches, athletes and their athletic departments to perform at their best.”
“The OSAA is excited to welcome Hudl as a corporate partner in advancing education-based athletics through their cutting-edge technology,” said Weber. “This partnership with Hudl will open doors for member schools to exchange film easily and simply, while also providing tools to break down that film.”
Hudl has created Athletic Department Packages to provide schools with simple access to its suite of technology. Learn more about what is included at https://www.hudl.com/solutions/highschool/athletic-departments.
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.
ABOUT THE OSAA
Created in 1918, the Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) is a private non-profit, board-governed association comprised of 294 public and private member high schools. A member of the National Federation of State High School Associations, the OSAA annually sponsors 113 team and 426 individual event state championships for students competing in 19 interscholastic activities. For more information, visit OSAA.org or follow @OSAASports on social media.