ProScore bringing exclusive performance analysis technology to USYS National League

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ProScore Bringing Exclusive Performance Analysis Technology to
US Youth Soccer National League

FRISCO, Texas (Sept. 9, 2021) — The US Youth Soccer National League is excited to announce a partnership with ProScore, which will provide players and coaches with access to groundbreaking performance analysis software.

In a crowded market for data providers, ProScore is the ultimate resource for qualitative-based information on team and individual performance. Through its customized metrics, ProScore will break down teams’ games into the most important actions — giving coaches and players the immediate resource for tracking progress throughout the season. Whether it is clipped footage of games, or the data that goes along with it, ProScore will deliver everything a team needs to help improve its collective and individual performances.

“We are very excited to partner with ProScore, and we believe its software provides a unique and impactful tool that will help National League teams enhance their development in all areas of the game,” said National League Commissioner Simon Collins. “We anticipate ProScore being a big component of National League P.R.O. events, and its capabilities will greatly contribute to each focus area of P.R.O. — the player, recruitment and opportunities.”

ProScore’s team analysis features are being rolled out this fall as National League Conferences begin their 2021-2022 seasons. The services will be provided at no cost to National League P.R.O. teams and be made available in the coming months and years to all teams in the National League.

The ProScore team is led by Founder and CEO Mark Shields and 16-year MLS veteran Jeff Larentowicz, who serves as the Lead Consultant for ProScore.

“We couldn’t be more excited about partnering with USYS this season and making the National League the ultimate player-centric league in youth soccer,” Larentowicz said. “Young players are always looking to improve, but it’s not easy to pinpoint exactly how to do so — this is where ProScore comes in. We want to make things as simple as possible for coaches and players to see what went well in games, but also to see how they can make positive changes to boost performance. We feel there is no better stage than the National League and National League P.R.O. to enhance player experience and take the best to the next level.”

More exciting developments about the National League’s partnership with ProScore — and how it can benefit teams, players and coaches — will be coming later this fall.

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About the US Youth Soccer National League
The US Youth Soccer National League provides the top league competition in USYS and is comprised of three areas of competition: the National League Conferences, National League P.R.O. and the National League Showcase Series. The 13 regionally aligned National League Conferences provide the primary league competition while providing multiple qualification pathways. One of the pathways allows top teams to qualify for National League P.R.O., which serves as the competitive national league format in which the top teams in the country compete for direct advancement to the annual USYS National Championships. Additionally, the National League Showcase Series provides opportunities for more teams to participate in showcases that match up similar teams from varying areas of the country in a national platform.

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