Catapult congratulates AMS users University of Virginia and Baylor on NCAA Division I basketball titles

Catapult clients Virginia Cavaliers men’s basketball and Baylor Lady Bears basketball have respectively been crowned 2019 NCAA Division I men’s and women’s champions.

Both teams use Catapult AMS to manage the collection, analysis and communication of wellness,  medical and performance data. In addition to the AMS platform, Virginia also uses OptimEye devices to monitor its athletes and generate valuable insights into performance on the court.

Specifically designed for sports organizations, Catapult AMS helps teams to streamline data management processes, improve communication, and make more informed decisions.

“Catapult AMS is the piece that brings together the vast range of innovative technologies we use across all 19 of our NCAA sports programs,” said Kenny Boyd, Baylor’s Senior Associate Director for Student-Athlete Health and Wellness. “The ability to have all our data, information and planning tools in one platform will mean we can better understand and manage student-athlete health and wellness insights. In turn, our staff and coaches will be able to communicate at an elite level to care for our student-athletes and more effectively support our vision to prepare champions for life.”

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“We are really proud of Virginia and Baylor’s recent success on the basketball court,” said Mat Young, Business Development Manager at Catapult. “It’s great to see two leading programs streamlining the way they collect and share data through the Catapult AMS platform. We look forward to continuing to work closely with them over the seasons to come.”

Giving staff the ability to collaborate more effectively and deliver higher standards of care for their athletes, Catapult AMS brings objective and subjective information together in a secure platform to transform the way data is collected and communicated.

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