Roster management for wrestling teams now available

As of a few minutes ago, it is now possible to create and manage multiple rosters in your WrestlingIQ account.

Jump to you Roster -> Wrestlers and you’ll see a brand new drop down at the top. Use that to filter your roster page to specific rosters or click ‘Add new roster…’ to create a new one.

The roster creation and editing screen is fairly simple. Select all the wrestlers on the roster then tap ‘Save’ at the bottom.

Filtering by rosters with attendance tracking

One of the major benefits of having rosters is to make attendance tracking easier. Maybe you all go to the same practice, but you have coaches who take roster for their respective teams. Before you had to scroll through everyone on the roster to take attendance, now you can select your roster at the top, and the attendance list will shrink to only those wrestlers.

The practice attendance report and the roster report have both been updated to allow you to filter the data down to individual rosters as well.

Hope everyone had a delicious and happy Thanksgiving!

Reporting & Export Upgrades

Club teams using WrestlingIQ probably know that it’s easy to collect information as parents register, but it hasn’t necessarily been easy to actually pull that information out of the system. Released a few moments ago are some updates to help rectify that situation.

New – Registration Q&A Report

Run this report to see all of the answers typed in during your registration process. The report is broken down by wrestlers, parents, and coaches.

This report goes deep on giving you all the information you need, but because some of the question titles are long it can be a bit hard to read on the WrestlingIQ reporting UI. For advanced report runners, I’d recommend downloading the CSV file from this report so you can manipulate the data as much as you want.

Updated – Paid Session Accounting Report

The paid session accounting report displays data based at a per invoice level. Meaning that if a parent registers two kids at the same time, this report would only show one row since there was only one payment made.

The first two columns of the paid session accounting report now contain the # of wrestlers registered and the names of the wrestlers registered. Hopefully this helps you understand exactly who has signed up for your sessions, at a parent and a wrestler level.

Updated – Total registrations now shown on paid session page

If you go to your paid sessions as a coach or admin, and then click the paid session, you see who’s in good standing and who owes payment.

On the far left you’ll also see the total count of all wrestlers registered to the session (regardless of whether they are good standing or overdue). This should provide a quick way to see your registration count, if you have capacity caps due to facilities or anything like that.

Introducing Stats Tracking

Today I am pleased to announce that stats tracking is available within WrestlingIQ.

Smart Scoring

If you look closely at the above screenshot, you’ll notice that the scorepad is different for red and green. This is because the green wrestler is in the bottom position.

WrestlingIQ is smart enough to recognize the situation and only allow point scoring that is possible from that position, eliminating possible scorekeeping errors.

The rules are up to date with the 2019-2020 NFHS rulebook.

Stats Exporting

Example export. I promise your team probably has better takedown stats than this.

Stats are recorded on a per match basis and can then be pulled in aggregate via reports. This reporting UI works on desktop and mobile.

Stats can also be exported to a raw .csv file for you to print, post, or manipulate to your heart’s content.

Color blind helpers

If you are colorblind, or your managers are, WrestlingIQ represents scoring with colors and shapes. Red wrestlers are always scored within circle shapes and green wrestlers within squares.

Ready for the upcoming season?

WrestlingIQ’s mission is to provide you with one tool to manage your entire wrestling team and with the introduction of stats tracking, that is more true than ever.

Team calendar, messaging, video review, stats, practice plan builder, attendance tracking, and more is included in WrestlingIQ.

Checkout https://www.wrestlingiq.com or email me directly at matt@wrestlingiq.com to get started today!

Digital attendance tracking for wrestling teams (release notes, May 24, 2019)

Attendance tracking is now available to teams of all levels who use WrestlingIQ to run their wrestling team.

Traditionally attendance tracking is hard to stay on top of. Paper (don’t even get me started), spreadsheets locked down to one computer, or a coach that has a sophisticated way of doing it but can’t make every practice.

Check the video below to see how coaches can now take attendance quickly with a computer, tablet, or any other internet connected device. This update also includes an attendance report you can view and download to your own computer. If your athletic director asks you for your attendance tracking records, pull one of these up, download it, and send it over.