Published on September 6, 2007
Lacrosse Game Tracker from the field to the fan: Lacrosse Game Tracker from the field to the fan Team Cobra Kai: Tom Fernandez CJ Tolton Nate Hamilton Connecting the DotsThe Need: Connecting the Dots The Need Lacrosse has shown exponential growth. Over 500 college teams with club status. Thousands of fans rely on forum updates. Keeping detailed statistics is almost impossible. Coaches left high and dry for information. Current solutions have mistaken focus andamp; features. Unfilled gap between the fans and the field. Connecting the DotsThe Current Solutions: Connecting the Dots The Current Solutions PointStreak Electronic Gamesheet System The Good: Goal by Goal online updates All basic statistics Standalone Terminal or Laptop solution The Bad: Hockey, Hockey, Lacrosse, Hockey, Hockey Goal by Goal is the only online update Focus on big leagues played in one location Just look at the User Interface… Yuck!: Yuck! Gross!: Gross! Connecting the DotsThe Current Solutions (cont.): Connecting the Dots The Current Solutions (cont.) All Stats Lacrosse Software The Good: Tracks more detailed statistics like defensive stats. Database of teams and players Records actions as events The Bad: Focuses on managing a team, not keeping stats No online capabilities Single team stats only, not for running table Once again, just look at the User Interface… : Other team? Timers?: Other team? Timers? Last one…: Last one… Connecting the DotsWhat We’re Going to Do: Connecting the Dots What We’re Going to Do 'Visual' stat keeping for easier data entry. Real-time game tracking for all events. Location based events. Complete application to run the score table. Support for offline games. Provide immediate, actionable information. Just a glimpse…: Just a glimpse… Connecting the DotsStat Tracker: Connecting the Dots Stat Tracker Live view of the game, updated in real-time. Accessible to anyone with a browser and the Java Runtime Environment (Common on almost all home computers.) All tracked stats will be available through a website. View stats by game, team, player, etc. Connecting the DotsInformation Flow – Table to Database: Connecting the Dots Information Flow – Table to Database Table – Game 3 Slide14: Questions?