BIRMINGHAM – The Southwestern Athletic Conference has signed a three-year agreement with Xpressplay to provide digital internet video exchange for the Conference’s men’s and women’s basketball teams.
All 10 SWAC member-institutions will now have the capabilities to quickly, efficiently exchange basketball game video via the internet.
“Adding Xpressplay will allow our coaches and players to be more efficient in their preparation for competition,” SWAC Commissioner Duer Sharp said. “We believe their digital video solution services are the best fit for our Conference basketball teams and are excited to have Xpressplay as a partner.”
Xpressplay provides online video-based services to sports organizations. NCAA Division I sports include volleyball, field hockey, men’s basketball and women’s basketball. Teams use Xpressplay’s internet film exchange to save time and money, get more film, and get film faster. Subscribing conferences include the Ivy League, Northeast and Great West. For the 2008-2009 season, more than 250 Division I basketball teams used Xpressplay to exchange their film online, including men’s teams at Baylor, Georgetown, Penn State and Pittsburgh and women’s teams including Auburn, Duke, LSU and Maryland.
“Xpressplay is pleased to have been selected by the SWAC as its internet film exchange provider for Men’s and Women’s Basketball,” said Beth Kane, Xpressplay Co-Founder and Vice President of Sales. “We’re looking forward to a long and beneficial partnership with the SWAC, providing services that save time and enable teams to do more with their video online.”