By Sparta Science

November 20, 2018

Join us at the Sports Biometrics Conference on Nov. 29th for Dr. Ted Leland’s talk on leveraging the Sparta database to drive decisions in the NCAA.

Challenged by the competition of the West Coast Conference, the University of the Pacific envisioned a human performance model that could separate themselves in athletic development and recruiting. When former Athletic Director Dr. Ted Leland integrated the Sparta Science platform into UOP’s training system, his collegiate athletic program transformed into a data-rich human performance powerhouse.

Thursday Nov. 29th at 2:55 PM PST, Dr. Leland will be returning to the Bay Area to give a talk at the Sports Biometrics Conference. “An AD View from the Top: Fine-Tuning Your Athletic Department into High Performing Teams Using Smarter Data” will deliver insights on the value of Sparta’s objective metrics and ability to drive evidence-based decisions across collegiate sports organizations. You won’t want to miss this event - make sure to fill out the form below to receive video footage if you can’t make it.

Image via University of the Pacific Athletics

“Many of us in athletics are driven by doing what we did, teaching the way we were taught, coaching the way we were coached, and I felt like Sparta gives us a whole different way to look at it.”

Check out the Sparta Science Exhibition Booth at Sports Biometrics

Meet the Sparta team to see our force plate software and get your free Sparta Scan™ during the Sports Biometrics Conference from Nov. 27th to Nov. 29th. Enter our giveaway for a chance to win a ticket to the Sparta Silicon Valley Health & Performance Summit 2019 in addition to limited edition Sparta gear.

Take advantage of this opportunity by shooting an email to our VP of Sports, Roderick Moore at to schedule your Sparta Scan™. We’d love to meet you while you’re in the Bay Area.

Ready for November 29th?

Check out the University of the Pacific’s case study below to learn more about how entire athletic programs are benefitting from the Sparta System.

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