Track Your Goals with Hudl

Track your team goals with­in Hudl for a sol­id grasp on your progress and achievements.

Track Your Goals with Hudl

Track your team goals with­in Hudl for a sol­id grasp on your progress and achievements.

We’ve heard from our users that set­ting and track­ing goals is a key part of coach­ing. It’s vital to know how you com­pare to your oppo­nents, as well as your cur­rent progress on any sea­son goals you’ve set.

Every good staff has team goals. Not talk­ing about win­ning a cham­pi­onship. Maybe it’s lim­it­ing pos­ses­sions. Maybe it’s rebound­ing. It’s those stats or those goals. You have sea­son goals and indi­vid­ual game goals.” Farron Evans, Gardner-Edgerton High School girls basketball coach

If you already use Hudl to tag your games, you can now track those sta­tis­ti­cal goals in tan­dem with team and play­er reports. Our new Goals tab makes it easy to gauge how your team is pro­gress­ing, mak­ing it eas­i­er to cre­ate, share and mon­i­tor achieve­ments through­out the season.

We’re focused on indi­vid­ual and team goals because that’s how we’re going to get better.” Farron Evans

These goals have been divid­ed into two types: com­par­a­tive and numerical.

Comparative Goals

Comparative goals enable you to direct­ly eval­u­ate your stats against your oppo­nents. Simply select two stat types with greater than, less than or equal to options. Say one of your team goals is to always have a high­er pos­ses­sion per­cent­age than your oppo­nent. Set a goal say­ing Our pos­ses­sion per­cent­age is greater than our opponent’s,” save it, use Hudl to track your stats, then check in as the results from each game auto­mat­i­cal­ly update that goal’s progress.

Numerical Goals

Set a goal around a sin­gle num­ber or per­cent­age, essen­tial­ly judg­ing your team against itself. For exam­ple, you want a hit­ting per­cent­age of .200 or bet­ter in all of your match­es. It works the same as your com­par­a­tive goals: cre­ate and save the goal, then tag your games with the Hudl app for those results to auto­mat­i­cal­ly update your progress. With the help of those num­bers, you can now focus on how to help your team reach its goal.

You’ll see your Goals tab from the Reports page when you’re logged in to Hudl from a com­put­er. The Xs and check marks make it easy to see whether or not your team met a giv­en goal in the last game. Hover your mouse over the sym­bol to see the exact num­bers — no extra work or cal­cu­la­tions on your part.

Ensure your entire team is on pace with the options to share and print. Decide a goal you cre­at­ed is no longer nec­es­sary? Delete it with a cou­ple of clicks.

All teams on the newest ver­sion of Hudl can start cre­at­ing and mon­i­tor­ing their goals today.