No items found.

Rapsodo Partners With D1 Softball Athletes

Share:

Rapsodo, the maker of sports technology known for analyzing real-time metrics for athletes, has added D1 collegiate softball players, Elizabeth Hightower and Tiare Jennings, to its list of strategic partners. This partnership will strengthen Rapsodo’s mission to provide data to collegiate level athletes by gaining ambassadors that can help educate the softball community about Rapsodo’s technology and its benefits.

  • Named to the 2021 All-SEC Second Team and 2021 NFCA All-American Third Team, Hightower is a senior pitcher at the University of Florida. Last season her 1.61 ERA led the Gator pitching staff, including 11 complete-games and seven complete-game shutouts.
  • Oklahoma sophomore infielder Tiare Jennings was the 2021 NFCA/Schutt Sports Division I National Freshman of the Year, finished second nationally in 2021 with 27 home runs, totaled an NCAA-leading 25 doubles, and set an NCAA single-season freshman record with 92 RBIs.

The Rapsodo Hitting 2.0 monitor tracks launch angle, exit velocity, spin rate and more. It delivers instant results captured by its cutting edge camera and radar technology so athletes can monitor and adjust their hitting game.

Rapsodo’s partnership with Hightower and Jennings comes as a result of the NCAA’s latest development in athlete’s name, image and likeness (NIL). As athletes have the opportunity to profit off of their NIL’s they offer fans a look into their practice techniques and tools that help them better develop their game.

Also in the 

Mar 17, 2022

 Newsletter

Also in the 

 

 Issue

NAERA Urging Prompt Attention To Reconditioning
SV Sports Gets Funding Support From Chris Paul
BSN Launches Two Marketing Initiatives