Match Analysis Caters to Country's Top College Programs
September 25, 2009EMERYVILLE, California - Many of the countries' top collegiate programs are increasingly turning to Match Analysis for their team's video and soccer data analysis needs. This summer, soccer powers Notre Dame, Wisconsin, Florida and Michigan all signed on with Match Analysis to provide their programs with unique insights and analysis for the 2009 NCAA season and beyond. On Thursday, UC-Irvine's women's team joined its men's team in using Match Analysis services, bringing the number of college programs to over two dozen that count on Match Analysis for vital information every day. "The list of college programs using Match Analysis for their soccer data and video services is impressive. We have a wide range of collegiate teams that subscribe to our service and the number continues to grow," said Eddie Hidalgo, National Sales Director, Match Analysis. "Our clients are our best advocates. Ask any of them and they'll tell you two things: first, it's super easy to use and second, you receive tremendous amounts of information." Signings in the past four months include Notre Dame Women, Wisconsin Men, Florida Women, Michigan Men and both UC-Irvine programs. The Notre Dame Women reached the 2008 College Cup final last December, while the Florida women were a perfect 11-0 in SEC Conference play before falling in the Round of 16 at the NCAA tournament. "We're simple, fast and easy to use, and ultimately, we give you better tools to help you build a better team," said Hidalgo. "We make the player see what the coach sees."