This app is to allow you to keep complete statistics on your games.
Most stats can be kept by hitting the button and then quickly tapping out the jersey number (four touches for most, 'Shot', '2', '5', tap out of pop-up, you have a record of a Shot by player 25 at 11:27 in the period 1).
You miss and realize that you wanted a 'Ground Ball' on that, tap the record in the scrolling list showing that stat you want to change, pick 'Ground Ball' from the list and the statistic is now a ground ball.
You touch 'Score', '1', '7' and off the popup and the popup for 'Assist' automatically comes up. you touch '4', '6' and off the popup, the score is incremented and you have score and assist record with 7 quick touches.
You realize that the Assist you game player 46 did not qualify as a assist, you swipe horizontally through the record and confirm the delete button when it comes up and it is removed from the stats.
The default PDF report contains a set of commonly kept statistics and the CSV and XML reports keep any of the statistics or penalties you configure. The CSV allows you to import your statistics into any modern spreadsheet and manipulate in whatever way you want. With version 1.5 the PDF report (and report display screen) can be customized to show the summary of the statistics you choose.
If you want to keep 'nuggets', go to the 'Configure Types' tab, hit 'Add' and type in 'nuggets'. It will show up in the selected statistics on that tab, as a button during keeping the stats and as a column in the players CSV report (or if you designated it as a team stat in the team CSV report).
By loading a reportStatistics.txt file into the apps document area, you can cause the displayed and PDF report to reflect this new choice as well (see the web site for details).
You don't want to keep a type of statistic, hit the 'Edit' button and use either the dragging option (grey bars on the right) to move it into the 'Other Statistics' or the delete option to remove it permanently. Only stats in the Selected Statistics show up in the main tab and they show up in the order you determine.
Use the face-off ('F') button on the main screen to designate the face-off players on each team and when you give a Face-off to one team with the 'Face Off' statistic, it automatically attributes them with it as well as a 'Failed Face Off' to the opposing player.
Use the Goalie ('G') button similarly to designate the goalie and when you hit Save, he gets it with no more touches. When the other team scores, he gets a 'Failed Save' automatically.
Be sure when you are starting to enter teams to look the night before at your opponents web presence. If they have a LeagueAthletics badge on the site and the roster posted you can use the 'LeagueAthletics' button on the 'Edit Teams' tab to import their roster.
If you have questions either before or after purchasing, please send us a message. You will get an answer.
This app was written because I needed it, if you can make a case for a feature I have omitted, I will consider adding it in updates.
Update to make compatible with iOS 11
Ratings and Reviews
This app has brought our high school lacrosse statistics to a whole new level. Instead of a post game review being paper based totals and tallies of statistics per player we have the ability to analyze. Through Excel, I can read through the XML data as if reading a transcript of what just happened.
Within minutes of the game completing the entire coaching staff has the data emailed to them.
I can't say enough about how pleased we are with the application and the support from the developer of the app. I reported an issue and within minutes the developer replied and was working on the fix. The issues was resolved quickly.
Lacrosse Stats App for iPad
I have used a couple of Lacrosse Stats programs for HS Men's Lacrosse and this program is the best so far. The technical response is excellent and I look forward to future releases. A must have for competitive Lacrosse strategy.
This is the second year I've used this app for Forest Hills Northern/Eastern high school lacrosse stats. I use a spotter during the game who helps call out the stats while I enter them in the app on my iPad. Very easy to use and I have customized it with adding Clears and others stats useful to our coaches. Very simple to edit mistakes on the fly. To enter stats, just click the stat, then choose the player -- wish we didn't have 33 players on our varsity roster to scroll through. Very intuitive app for recording stats. Before I leave the press box I email the report to myself. I like using the .csv reports which I pull up in Excel, sort them and then enter the data into our stats database. Wish the app had a way to maintain a database, but it saves the games. This app beats out all the others and is much easier to use than the computer/software based stats programs. Wish my iPad was better in the bright sun and rain, but with high school sports I get access to press boxes!!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.