5 Ways to Use AI in Your Athletic Department 

By: Devin Meister
April 5, 2023
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Create Unique Posts, Articles and More in Minutes

It’s a fact: everyone is pressed for time. It’s also true that you need to create content to connect with fans, promote your athletes, and build recognition for your programs. PrestoAI can save you hours by creating unique posts, articles, and more in just minutes. Starting with simple prompts that you enter the platform its natural language processing capability delivers engaging written content that you can post and publish throughout your PrestoSports solution. Following are five real examples of content commonly created by athletic departments written by PrestoAI Article Writer.

1. Write an Article about the Game’s MVP

Prompt: I want an article about Steve Smith. He is Duke’s basketball game MVP versus UNC. He got 17 3 point shots, 10 2 point shots, and 3 rebounds

Resulting Content: On a frigid night in February, Steve Smith took to the court as Duke faced off against their bitter rivals, UNC. No one could have predicted what was about to happen. Smith set a new record for Duke’s basketball team, scoring an astonishing 17 three-pointers, 10 two-point shots, and grabbing three rebounds to become the game’s MVP.

Smith had a chip on his shoulder coming into the game. He had been overlooked in previous games, not getting the playing time he felt he deserved. But on this night, everything clicked into place. Smith had the hot hand from beyond the arc, sinking threes with remarkable accuracy. He was unstoppable, and UNC had no answer to his flawless shooting.

As the game progressed, Smith grew in confidence, hitting shot after shot. His teammates fed off his energy, and Duke began to pull away from their opponents. The crowd was on their feet, roaring their approval every time Smith sank another three-pointer.

But Smith’s heroics were not the only reason Duke won the game. The rest of the team played their part too. The defense was tight, and they made it difficult for UNC to find a way to score. The offense was unselfish, setting up Smith for his record-breaking performance.

After the game, Smith was humble in his victory, thanking his teammates and coaches for their support. But his performance did not go unnoticed. He received praise from basketball fans all over the world, and sports analysts were quick to acknowledge his incredible achievement.

In the weeks that followed, Smith’s name would be spoken in the same breath as other Duke greats, such as Christian Laettner and JJ Redick. He had etched his name in the history books of Duke Basketball, and his incredible performance against UNC would be remembered for years to come.

In the end, Smith’s 17 three-point shots, 10 two-point shots, and three rebounds were more than just numbers. They were a testament to his skill, his talent, and his dedication to the game. Steve Smith had shown the world what he was capable of, and his future in basketball looked very bright indeed.

2. Write a Player Spotlight

Prompt: I would like an article about Josh Niusulu, 6’5″ sophomore wing from Ohlone college who was awarded Coast North Conference First Team All-Conference and will be transferring to NCAA Division 2

Resulting Content: Josh Niusulu, a 6’5″ sophomore wing from Ohlone College, has been making waves in the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) circuit. He was recently awarded the Coast North Conference First Team All-Conference, a recognition that acknowledges his outstanding performance in the 2020-2021 season.

Niusulu’s journey to becoming a basketball player started when he was just four years old. He grew up in a family of basketball enthusiasts, and his father, who played college basketball, was his primary inspiration. Niusulu started playing organized basketball in the third grade and continued to hone his skills throughout his high school years.

After graduating from James Logan High School in Union City, California, Niusulu decided to enroll at Ohlone College. He saw it as an opportunity to improve his game and gain exposure to college-level competition. And he did not disappoint.

In his freshman year, Niusulu played in 28 games and averaged 9.5 points and 5.5 rebounds per game. He was also named to the All-Coast North Conference Second Team, a testament to his potential as a player.

But it was in his sophomore year that Niusulu truly shone. He averaged 17.7 points, 7.1 rebounds, and 2.3 assists per game, leading Ohlone College to a 10-2 record in the Coast North Conference. He also had several standout performances throughout the season, including a 35-point game against Skyline College and a 27-point game against Las Positas College.

Niusulu’s impressive performance did not go unnoticed. Several NCAA Division 2 schools expressed interest in him, and he eventually decided to transfer to Sonoma State University. He sees it as an opportunity to continue his basketball journey and pursue his academic goals.

Despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Niusulu remains optimistic about his future. He continues to work hard and stay focused on his goals, both on and off the court. And with his talent and determination, there’s no doubt that he will continue to make waves in the basketball world.

3. Write a Game Recap

Prompt: Write article about Mt. SAC Baseball game in Whittier, CA. Rio Hondo 4 – Mt. SAC 2. G. Morales singled, RBI; J. Quemada scored and D. Delgadill singled, RBI; C. Ontiveros scored in 8th inning.

Resulting Content: On a sunny afternoon in Whittier, California, the Mt. San Antonio College (Mt. SAC) baseball team took on Rio Hondo College in a highly anticipated game. The stands were packed with fans from both sides, eager to see their teams battle it out on the field.

The game started off with both teams playing strong defense, with neither side able to score in the first few innings. However, in the top of the fourth inning, Rio Hondo’s G. Morales hit a single, bringing in J. Quemada for the first run of the game. Mt. SAC was quick to respond, with a run of their own in the bottom of the fourth inning, tying the game at 1-1.

The game remained tied until the top of the seventh inning, when Rio Hondo’s D. Delgadill hit a single, bringing in C. Ontiveros for the go-ahead run. Mt. SAC tried to rally in the bottom of the seventh inning, but were unable to score.

In the top of the eighth inning, Rio Hondo extended their lead with another run, thanks to a single by G. Morales that brought in another run. Mt. SAC tried to mount a comeback in the bottom of the eighth inning, with C. Ontiveros scoring on a single by D. Delgadill, but it was not enough to overcome Rio Hondo’s lead.

The game ended with a final score of Rio Hondo 4, Mt. SAC 2. Despite the loss, Mt. SAC played a strong game, with several players making key plays throughout the game. Pitcher J. Garcia had a solid outing, allowing only two runs in seven innings of work. C. Ontiveros also had a strong game, scoring both of Mt. SAC’s runs.

Overall, it was a well-played game by both teams, with Rio Hondo ultimately coming out on top. The Mt. SAC baseball team will look to bounce back in their next game, as they continue their season.

4. Summarize a Game from XML Stat Information

Prompt (Text and XML): Analyze and write a detailed article with the baseball game xml data below:

PrestoAI Article Writer can create natural language articles from XML stat files.

Resulting Content: On March 7th, 2023, the Alice Lloyd Eagles Varsity baseball team faced off against the Knights at Smokies Stadium in Kodak, Tennessee. The game was a league game, and the Knights emerged victorious with a final score of 12-2.

The Knights started strong, scoring 3 runs in the second inning and 5 runs in the fourth inning. They continued to dominate, adding 4 more runs in the sixth inning. The Eagles were only able to score 2 runs in the fifth inning, and were unable to catch up to the Knights.

The Knights had an impressive offensive performance, with 13 hits, 12 runs, and 11 RBIs. Their hitting was led by Cole Thomason, Tucker Sorenson, and Yan Rivera, who each had multiple hits. The Knights also had two home runs, hit by Evan Juniper and Cody Holub.

On the defensive side, the Knights had a solid pitching performance from their starter, who pitched 7 innings and only allowed 2 runs. Their fielding was also strong, with only 2 errors and no stolen bases allowed.

The Eagles, on the other hand, struggled both offensively and defensively. They only had 7 hits and 2 runs, with their hitting led by Thomas Mullins and Noah Dingess. Defensively, the Eagles had 1 error and allowed 2 stolen bases.

Overall, the Knights were the clear winners of this game, with a dominant offensive and defensive performance. The Eagles will need to regroup and improve in their next game if they hope to bounce back from this loss.

5. Write a Recommendation for a Colleague

Prompt: I need a LinkedIn reference for a marketing director that I’ve worked with for almost 12 years who excels at marketing strategy, copywriting, and demand generation, and has strong industry knowledge.

Resulting Content: I have had the pleasure of working with [Name] for almost 12 years, and I can confidently say that they are a marketing genius. Their expertise in marketing strategy, copywriting, and demand generation is unparalleled, and their industry knowledge is simply impressive.

Throughout our time working together, [Name] has consistently demonstrated their ability to develop and execute marketing campaigns that drive results. They have a keen eye for identifying market trends and tailoring campaigns to meet the needs of our target audience.

Additionally, [Name] is an excellent communicator and collaborator. They are always willing to listen to feedback and work with the team to ensure that our marketing efforts are aligned with our overall business objectives.

Overall, I highly recommend [Name] for any marketing role. They are a true asset to any organization and will undoubtedly make a significant impact on any marketing team they join.

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