News and information about Athletic.net's Excel Meet Manager XC Edition.
The Excel Meet Manager (EMMxc) is a free solution that all coaches can use.
The EMMxc makes use of Athletic.net features such as importing meet registrations, and uploading results back to the site.
The Athletic.net Excel Meet Manager (EMM) - XC Edition Homepage.
NOTE: this manager only works with Cross Country.
The EMMxc is a free Meet Management solution for all Athletic.net users.
Not an Athletic.net user yet? Find out here how to get set up with your free coaches account.
The EMMxc speeds meets up tremendously, for FREE! It integrates with our free Athletic.net Meet Registration features. If you want a little more info about what the EMMxc is, click here for a brief intro to the EMMxc.
Here is a brief summary of what the EMMxc handles. Look for more features soon!
Ready to get started, and see for yourself what the EMMxc is all about? Click here to download the EMMxc.
EMMxc Tutorial Videos
Interested in what we've been adding with each version? Find out here: Version Info.
We definitely want to hear if you have suggestions, or if you experience problems with the EMMxc. Feel free to use the EMMxc forums to give us ideas, report problems, or to let us know anything else you'd like to!
Curious about Excel Meet Manager - Track & Field Edition? YES, it's coming this next season too!
EMMxc's licensing information.
I have now used Emmxc 1.08 once and 1.09 twice. What a great great and easy to use software.
I now need to prepare for track season and can not find the necessary software. The tutorial shows the software.
How do I get a look at the track and field package.
Fellas, you've clearly outdone yourselves again. EMMxc is wonderful. I had to tell people more than once that it wasn't I who had done all the work, but the good folks at Hew Hope Christian who helped make the entry labels, scoring and reporting for our district championships such a cinche.
I consider myself a bit of an Excel geek, but don't have the chutzpah to pull this one off. I can't imagine how much 'fun' you're having trying to pull together a T/F version that a) doesn't bog down a machine, b) is user-friendly, and c) is user-proof.
Dan Nechodom, Dayton High School, Dayton, WA