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ABCA/Diamond Kinetics Technology Awards

Diamond Kinetics and the American Baseball Coaches Association have partnered to offer Technology Awards and Scholarships, which recognize the efforts of coaches who adopt and integrate baseball specific technology into their program.

The Technology Award will be presented to one college and one high school program as well as one travel team/training facility that demonstrates a superior level of technology adoption and integration. Award recipients will receive a $1,000 check as well as a $2,000 credit towards Diamond Kinetics products/services.

The Technology Scholarship will also be presented to one college and one high school program as well as one travel team/training facility that demonstrates a desire, along with a need, to adopt and integrate technology in their program. Scholarship recipients will be awarded a $2,000 credit towards Diamond Kinetics products/services and six hours of tech consulting time by Diamond Kinetics staff.


2018 ABCA/Diamond Kinetics Technology Awards

College Division: 
Northwestern College (IA)

High School Division: 
North Oconee (GA) High School

Travel/Academy Division: 
Falls Aces Baseball (WI)

2016-17 ABCA/Diamond Kinetics Technology Scholarships

College Division: 
Lake Erie College (OH)

High School Division: 
Maple Mountain (UT) High School

Travel/Academy Division: 
Minot Vistas (ND)

NOMINATIONS: To nominate your school, please visit the links below and complete the form. Winners must be ABCA members will be chosen by a panel selected by ABCA and Diamond Kinetics. Nominations are due by October 1.

Nomination Forms:
ABCA/Diamond Kinetics Technology Award
ABCA/Diamond Kinetics Scholarship

About Diamond Kinetics
Diamond Kinetics, the Official Motion Technology Partner of the ABCA, provides real-time quantitative data, biomechanics feedback and training guidance for sports performance improvement using wireless inertial measurement units (IMU’s) and mobile applications. Building on academically validated scientific research at the University of Michigan and the University of Pittsburgh, Diamond Kinetics has an exclusive license for the application of IMU sensors in baseball and softball.