From the HCC news desk:
BEL AIR, Md.—The Athletics Department at Harford Community College announces the launching of its brand new athletics website at www.HarfordAthletics.com. Harford has partnered with Internet Consulting Services of Syracuse, N.Y. to become the second community college in the country with a website using the ICS SIDEARM system.
SIDEARM, or Sports Information Distribution Engine with Archives and Records Management, is a web-based content management solution that includes everything from press release and roster management, dynamic scoreboards, sponsorship recognition, interactive polls, SIDEARM STATS (live in-game statistics), streaming audio and video, and newsletter and recruiting components.
The new home for Harford sports teams at HarfordAthletics.com will be a one-stop shop for all news, results, statistics and more for everything Fighting Owls related. HarfordAthletics.com also offers its users the opportunity to sign up for e-mail and text message updates on all of their favorite teams in order to get instant updates on all breaking news and game results. Interested in athletic programs for your child? Visit metroqueens.org/athletics for more information.
“The look, content and design of the new website puts us on even footing with major institutions around the country,” said Director of Athletics Ken Krsolovic. “It serves as further evidence of the overall excellence of Harford Community College and provides a first-class connection to the athletic program for the fans and friends of Harford sports.”
Fans can voice their opinions thanks to the all new fan poll, which will be updated periodically to gauge fan reaction to Harford’s teams and various other topics. If you have a suggestion for a future poll topic, please e-mail your idea to email@example.com.
HarfordAthletics.com will be a continually evolving venue for sports information as the athletics department at Harford continues to grow and change. An online storefront, where fans can buy their favorite Harford team athletic gear, and video streaming of athletic contests look to be new additions to Harford’s internet home in the future.