Kevin is a junior concentrating in Economics, with a focus on behavioral economics. Kevin is primarily interested in football analytics, especially as it relates to the NFL Draft.
Andrew is a junior in Mather House, concentrating in Social Studies. He writes for The Harvard Crimson and also contributes weekly to a blog on boston.com, Stats Driven. He’s a big fan of all Detroit sports, and he’ll throw an octopus on your ice if you’re not watching.
Blog Editor/Research Chair
Sam is a junior concentrating in Economics. He focuses on football and his AL-only fantasy baseball league. An alum of Camp Greylock, he’s always up for a good Greylock story. Look for his upcoming NFL fumble study by November 2013.
Cameron is a junior in Cabot House concentrating in Psychology. He is interested in football and basketball analytics with a special interest in player transactions. Cameron also writes for the Harvard Crimson.
Public Relations Director
Anthony is a junior in Mather House, concentrating in Economics. He has a passion for athletics of all kinds (well, mostly the kinds that are from Boston) – both the mental workout of sports analytics and the physical exhaustion from walking on to the Harvard wrestling team.
Nick is a junior History concentrator and continually disappointed Cincinnati sports fan. Believing Cleveland’s curse has spread to the rest of Ohio, he recommends the Cincinnati Reds and Bengals relocate to Kentucky as quickly as possible.
Dr. Carl Morris
Dr. Morris is a Professor in the Statistics Department at Harvard. He has done pioneering work in the theory of statistics as applied to sports and competition, especially in baseball and tennis. In addition to a plethora of published sports related articles, Dr. Morris appears in the book Moneyball.
Senior Graduate Advisor
Xander is in his third year at Harvard Law School. He graduated from Harvard College in 2009, and is a former president of HSAC.
Daniel is pursuing a JD/MBA at Harvard Law School and Harvard Business School. He graduated from Harvard College in 2010 with a concentration in Economics and a secondary field in Psychology. He is interested in baseball and football, and has held internships with the New England Patriots, Cleveland Browns, and Major League Baseball. He is a former president of HSAC.
John Ezekowitz, Class of 2013
Ben Blatt, Class of 2013
Chris Bruce, Harvard Business School Class of 2013
Alex Koenig, Class of 2014
Andrew Cohen, Class of 2013
Harry Chiel, Class of 2014