FREELAND, Mich —The Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association announced that it has reached an agreement to partner with rSchoolToday as their official Conference Scheduling Solution. The MIAA is excited to partner with this forward-thinking conference to provide a new and innovative game scheduling solution at the collegiate level.
“It has been a truly great experience to work with Penny Allen-Cook from the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association. rSchoolToday is committed to helping this conference automate the complicated task of creating fair and balanced game schedules at the collegiate level. It’s a testament to, “Americas Oldest Collegiate Conference” that they have are willing to have an innovative approach to technology and trailblazing mentality. It is an honor to partner with them and we are excited for what the future holds.”
Scott Rosenberg, National Collegiate Sales Manager at rSchoolToday.
“I am thrilled to have been able to find scheduling software that can ease the burden of our athletic directors and the conference office in developing schedules with excel sheets and pencil sketching. I have struggled to find a person or software that can navigate the scheduling variables and intricate challenges involved in collegiate athletic scheduling. rSchoolToday has demonstrated that their product can take all of our variables and create schedules with very limited input, thus freeing up valuable time and resources. The MIAA is excited to partner with rSchoolToday to simplify our schedule development process.”
Penny Allen-Cook, Commissioner of the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association
rSchoolToday is a 25 year-old, Florida-based software company providing an integrated suite of 16 Web-based software solutions and 5 mobile apps to increase efficiency and reduce costs for the K-12 and College/University markets. rSchoolToday has many former Teachers, Athletic Directors, Principals, and Coaches on staff. More information about our company and products can be found at www.rschooltoday.com
About The Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association:
The 2019-20 academic year marks the 132nd consecutive year of operation for the NCAA Division III-affiliated conference. The MIAA was founded on March 24, 1888. From the very beginning, the MIAA has conducted full-season championships in multiple sports. There have been changes in some of the sports (bicycle racing and Indian club swing have long since disappeared, and basketball did not even exist in 1888), but these changes have served to develop the MIAA into one of America’s finest NCAA Division III conferences, today offering 23 sports for men and women.