For the past five years, game film has become a larger part of the game in lacrosse in Georgia. Most of the early focus was on addressing concerns raised by coaches. All trainers, Assignors and Observers have access and are responsible for reviewing game film sent to us. As part of the GLOA’s on-going training and observation program, GLOA shared over 90 games films with crews last May in an effort to help them improve their performances.
Recently, Hudl, the largest video sharing company in the US, purchased Krossover, with whom GLOA had an account. This makes Hudl the only service in Georgia and gives us unprecedented access to game film in the state.
- access to 103 programs’ game film
- GLOA library up to 500 hours worth of raw game film
- Create clips from any raw game film
- Make comments and add telestrations
- Share raw film and clips with members
All GLOA adult officials should receive an email from Hudl ([email protected]) from asking them to log in using the email address in Arbiter and set up a password. Please check your spam folder for this email and join the account.
For best results, use Google Chrome as your web browser. You may also download the free Athlete iOS or Android app, if you haven’t already.
Feel free to contact any of these members of the Video Committee to ask for your game’s film. Check out this post on how to watch video.
- Greg Hite
- Gordon Corsetti
- Bill Powell
- Clyde Allen
- Hebert Phillips
- Jeremy Redmon
- Pat Joyce
- Stuart Smith
- Tony Rouse