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Gymnastics ScoreKeeper

The Gymnastics ScoreKeeper is the finest software available for scoring gymnastics meets. That's not just hype, it's what our customers tell us when they switch to ScoreKeeper from other, less powerful, software. But it doesn't stop there. ScoreKeeper gives coaches season statistics on each gymnast and event. It even calculates collegiate regional qualifying scores.

ScoreKeeper has been used at the every NCAA National Gymnastics Championship since 1991 (except for the scoring disaster in 1992). It's also been relied on at most regional and conference meets. We have received two NCAA commendations. In fact, the NCAA is now requiring that the ScoreKeeper be used for all of the regional and national championships.

Our commitment to the sport is reflected in our growing family of users. ScoreKeeper is being used by the top programs in the country.

NOTE: If you are here with questions about meet results or a meet results web page, please contact the host institution.

IMPORTANT: This web site is not a "secure" site and your browser may warn you that this is the case. What it means is that I didn't pay someone to sell me a certificate and update it every year for even more money. Certificates like this would let you know that I am the owner of the site. Big deal.

Not being a secure site also means that pages here are not encrypted. For this kind of site, encrypted data is superfluous. Nothing here is secret or confidential. There are no logins or passwords to protect, no custromer informatrion, no ordering, and no credit cards, only pages of information.

If you want to run screaming from this site because of this, be my guest. I don't want to increase the prices of my products to pay for something that is unnecessary. I hope you will agree.

My software, on the other hand, is protected with a different and more comprehensive certificate and that really is a big deal. It guarantees that the software comes from me and has not been infected with malware. It also minimizes the annoying messages from Windows that pop up when you are installing software from an unknown publisher. The software certificate guarantees that I am a known publisher, have been investigated, and determined to be legitimate. I would hate to learn at this stage of life that I am illegitmate.