Keystone College Athletics and the team at Athlete Network are excited to announce their partnership with the goal of engaging all current and former Giants student-athletes.

The partnership launches a branded and customized technology platform to organize, promote, and track the programs and services offered to all current and former student-athletes.

Competing at the NCAA Division III level, Keystone leads the way as the first Colonial States Athletic Conference program to select Athlete Network to power its customized network.

“Keystone College is excited to join Athlete Network,” said Dr. Matthew Grimaldi, Athletic Director at Keystone College. “With this tool, current and former Giants will be able to connect and engage and build relationships for job opportunities all while providing a valuable resource to help give back to the school.”

Along with expanding and modernizing career placement services, the technology solution will also immediately provide cutting edge data insights and reporting to athletic administrators as well as enhance the letterwinners club and offer a robust mentoring program for all generations of Giants athletes.

Giants’ Sports Information Director Ryan Notvitsky added, “Using Athlete Network’s UNITE software will give former and future Keystone College graduates a step up in networking and will provide alumni a platform to help support their former athletic programs.”

“Keystone values keeping their former student-athletes involved and engaged, and is committed to advancing support and communication with their athletes during the transition to the workforce. Through their network, athletic administrators will not only be able to offer all services in one convenient location, but use data analytics to track the utilization of those services ensuring a beneficial relationship is maintained with their athletes for life,” said Brett Fuller, VP of Partnerships for Athlete Network.

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