Posts by Debbie Keller

When should I ACCEPT the lineups in VolleyWrite?

This is a popular question among new scorers! There’s no need to worry about doing it “correctly” because you can UNDO the accepting of the lineups to make any changes. However, there are “best practices” that can be applied, depending on the match you are scoring. NCAA Women For college women’s matches, for Set 1,…

Read More

Scorekeeper Darla Ober

VolleyWrite is easy to use, whether the scorekeeper is knowledgeable about volleyball or just learning. The prompts keep the scorekeeper on track and even eliminate the need for a “human” libero tracker. The screen is clear and the system is easy to navigate. The ability to go to the score sheet or reports in the…

Read More

Vernon Boys Volleyball

I must extend my sincere thanks to your company for allowing me to participate in the beta testing. My scorekeepers had so much ease using the program that other schools were jealous. I would definitely be interested in full-time usage for next season, and have shared the information with our high school’s fall girls coach…

Read More

OHSBVA

Feedback received from OHSBVA 2013 season survey Here is what users in the Ohio High School Boys Volleyball Association have to say: * Tremendously simplified the scoring process. Made it much easier to keep up with the pace of the boys’ game. * Easy to use, anyone could do it * So easy! * One…

Read More

“And the Winner is…”

Thanks to all of the OHSBVA schools that participated in the survey at the end of the season!  The coach from Dublin Jerome was selected as the winner (by a highly technical pick-a-name-out-of-a-hat method).  She will choose to receive either a $25 VISA gift card or a 50% discount on a yearly license of VolleyWrite (a $50 value).

Read More

VolleyWrite at the Finals!

The boys volleyball state finals in Ohio were a success!  Great volleyball and no problems!  VolleyWrite Volleyball Scoring Software made scorekeeping a breeze for Mike Chandler, the official scorer.  It doesn’t get any better than this!  

Read More

NCAA Stand on Electronic Scoring

Thanks to Rachel Seewald, we have the NCAA position on electronic scoring: “The NCAA does not approve or endorse products for use.  … Current NCAA rules do not prevent the use of computerized scorekeeping, assuming the computerized product covers all aspects of a written score sheet and/or libero tracking sheet.” – Rachel Seewald, NCAA

Read More