Watch as Coach Colby Peek discusses 3 or 4 unorthodox stats they keep that are super impactful for his program. Recording these stats is done by pen and paper with an assistant coach and a manager. The first 2 stats are passes completed and passes lost and can provide feedback on each player's performance. At the half, a coach can see where his team is losing the ball and why they are falling short of possession. You can also check how many times the best players touch the ball. The 2nd 2 stats are air battles won and 2nd balls won. These stats deal with balls in the air challenged or unchallenged and who gets that ball. The stats measure effort, determination, and grit so that the coach and players can see it in-game. The coach can see where they are winning possession and which players are doing so and how they are keeping possession. These four stats provide in-game, post-game, and season analytics.