Customers

More than 700 users have scored matches across all age groups with Takedown.  Click here for a sample list of customers.

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College

Stanford is our permanent test bed. We are fortunate to have them right across the street and Head Coach Jason Borrelli is extremely supportive. All of our value-added features -- score board, Twitter and Takedown LIVE -- are used by Stanford. It's a demanding, high stakes environment that helps improve our products. You'll often find us at the Stanford dual meets making sure everything runs perfectly.

In addition to Stanford, other NCAA Division I schools include Central Michigan and Campbell. In the Junior College ranks, we're glad to be working with Lackawanna University and Northeastern Junior College. 


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High School

The vast majority -- about 85% -- of our users are high schools. We have customers in every wrestling state with a high concentration in hotbed regions like the Mid-West, Mid-Atlantic and Pacific Northwest including California.  Here's a more detailed look at one of our Illinois users.


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Pre-High School

During the 2016-17 season, more than seventy K through 8th grade programs, including clubs, used Takedown Scoring and Stats. Here's a detailed look at one of these customers.


Love the Takedown app.
Get on board — it will make your life easier.
— Coach Budke, Cottonwood Falls, Kansas

Company

Founded in 2011, LevelChanger develops mobile apps for scholastic wrestling coaches, managers and fans. We love this stuff.

We have over 30 years of coaching experience at the high school and youth levels, and have competed at all levels including four years at a Division I college. Our professional experience is pure Silicon Valley. One of us co-founded a successful Silicon Valley startup.

Our flagship app, Takedown Scoring and Stats, entered App Store availability in late 2012.  Our second product, Takedown LIVE, shipped in early 2015. We are working hard to make these two apps perfect. 

We're based in Palo Alto, California. It's a funky place with too much traffic and pretty good coffee.


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