Category : Sports

How to Use a Scoring Table to Prioritize Projects

Whether for high school, college, or other athletic venues, the scorer’s table is where the official scorers sit to keep track of the game’s scoring, fouls, time, and more. The team at the Scoring Table is also responsible for communicating with the referee if there is any question about the correct score or time.

When you’re looking to elevate the sideline experience for your basketball, volleyball, or wrestling sporting event, a Scoring Table is a must-have. Designed to be freestanding with built-in cup holders and access holes for cables, these tables allow scorers and judges to sit comfortably while keeping an eye on intense matchups. Plus, AST’s freestanding scorers’ tables come in a variety of color options to match your gymnasium decor or school colors.

Prioritize Projects with a Scoring Model

To prioritize projects, use the scorer’s table template to create a weighted scoring model for potential project ideas. This template identifies the most important project criteria and ranks them against one another to create a value-weighted numerical score for each of your options. This approach provides a more organized and comprehensive way to share project selection data with your governance board than simple meeting notes or project priority lists.

If you’re not sure how to use a scorer’s table template or you have questions, contact a Nevco expert today. Our experts are here to help you find the perfect solution for your sports facility.