This article was published by Neil Greenberg, Laris Karklis, and Tim Meko from the Washington Post on May 27th, 2018 and compared the two Standley Cup Finals goaltenders with captured data from Upper Hand’s APEX Save Review System. To read
Paul Hogan talks about his work at Hogan Camps and their “Love That!” theme on the Upper Hand Pod. Hogan Basketball and Soccer Camps offer dynamic experiences for campers to grow their overall skill level for their sport of choice.
Coach Gabriel Roffe joins the Upper Hand Pod to talk about his work as CEO of Great Sports Inc. Great Sports aspires to be an outstanding athletic organization that provides a high-quality experience to every athlete. Roffe offers after school
This interview was conducted between Sports Techie and Upper Hand CEO Kevin MacCauley and published May 16, 2018. Upper Hand is a Software Suite of Business Tools for Coaches and Trainers What is your elevator pitch? Upper Hand transforms the
Hear from Shay Haddow about her work as founder of Alpha Girl Soccer. Coach Shay earned her Bachelor’s in Exercise Science and Master’s in Physical and Sport Education. She knew if she wanted to have the biggest impact on players
INDIANAPOLIS (May 3, 2018) – Upper Hand, Inc., the leader in cloud-based sports management software and business services, today announces the promotion of two members to chief officer roles. Myles Grote will now serve as chief product officer with Tyler
Lucious Wagner joins the Upper Hand pod to talk about his work at Black Heart Basketball. Coach Wagner was previously the Director of Basketball Operations at the University of Evansville and is now the founder of Black Heart Basketball where
Upper Hand, Inc., the leader in cloud-based sports management software and business services, today announces the launch of APEX, a revolutionary multi-sport video analysis platform for sports, fitness and performance activities.
Coach Jeremy Campbell founded Elite Performance Training Systems in 2009 with the goal of creating a facility where the modern athlete could prepare for competition at their highest level -- both mentally and physically.
Upper Hand, the Indianapolis startup focused on sports management software and business services, announced earlier this month that it has snagged $1.5 million in Series A funding from Houston, TX-based Park Ten Capital.