Buddy is a junior in Dunster House studying Economics and Government. Originally from Honolulu, Hawaii, he is a 6’6″ setter on the Harvard Varsity Volleyball team. He is an avid NBA fan and salary cap nerd and his favorite player is Nikola Jokic. This spring he will be working at the National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) on Basketball Related Income and Revenue Sharing matters. You can follow him on Twitter @buddyscottnba
Chris is a sophomore in Currier House studying Computer Science and Economics. From the Washington D.C. area, he is a fan of all the Washington D.C. sports teams, and he also roots for the New Orleans Pelicans. His favorite sport is basketball and enjoys dunking in his free time.
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Andrew is a sophomore in Adams House studying economics and computer science. Although he is from New Jersey, Andrew is a big fan of the Braves and the other Atlanta sports teams. He also enjoys long distance running, baking, and playing poker.
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David is a freshman studying Economics from Los Angeles. He is a member of the Harvard Men’s Varsity Tennis team. His favorite teams are the New York Mets, Knicks, Jets, Islanders, and Rangers and he has never witnessed any of his teams win a championship in his lifetime.
Ben is a Sophomore in Adams House studying Economics and is from Potomac, Maryland. With most of his family from New York, he is a massive New York Yankees fan, and he feels no shame expressing his loyalty in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His other interests include playing guitar and percussion.
Julia is a freshman from Greenwich, Connecticut concentrating in Government on the Data Science Track. Outside of HSAC, she competes for the Harvard Crimson Dance Team and is the Producer of the First Year Musical. Her favorite major league teams are the Steelers, Knicks, Rangers, and Yankees. She is also an avid fan of Olympic sports especially figure skating, gymnastics, boxing, and diving.
Diego is a Junior in Mather House concentrating in Statistics from Houston, Texas. His love for baseball has led him to his current position as Student Manager on the Harvard Varsity Baseball Team. Diego’s role with the team has become centered around collecting and analyzing data using technologies such as Rapsodo. Last summer, Diego worked with Research & Development for the Philadelphia Phillies.
Ella is a senior in Adams House concentrating in Statistics. She loves football and is a huge New York Giants fan. Her research focuses on draft strategy, handicapping, and betting algorithms. She is also captain of the Harvard Chess Team and is interested in examining chess through a statistical lens. Currently, she is working with the Cleveland Browns analytics department. You can follow her on Twitter @chexmatrix
Danny is a Senior in Dunster House studying Psychology and Economics. He is a big fan of Boston sports teams, especially the New England Patriots. Originally from Long Island, he is happy to be in friendlier territory now.
Erik is a senior in Pforzheimer House concentrating in Statistics. Native to Rochester, New York, he is a devout supporter of all things Bills and Sabres. Until an NBA franchise returns to Upstate NY, however, he considers himself a major fan of the San Antonio Spurs. Following his graduation, Erik will be working for SimpleBet, a New York based startup developing machine learning algorithms to generate pricing for new live betting products. You can follow him on twitter @ejohnsson50.
Jack is a Sophomore in Pforzheimer House concentrating in Government. He is proud to be from New Jersey with family roots in Cleveland, but understands that being both a Jets and Browns fan is at times a fate worse than death. As a member of the Harvard Curling team, Jack believes there is no sport too small to be analyzed.
Andrew is a Senior in Quincy House concentrating in Statistics. Despite hailing from New York City, he is a fan of all Boston sports teams and is obsessed with Tottenham Hotspur FC. Andrew worked as a data analyst for the New York Cosmos in 2016 and aided them to an NASL Championship. He is also a member of the Varsity Sailing Team. Like Erik, Andrew will be working for SimpleBet upon graduation from Harvard in May. You can follow him on Twitter @andrew_puopolo.
Benedict is a Senior in Kirkland House concentrating in Statistics. Having lived in Evanston, Illinois his entire life, he is a loyal to the volatile state of Chicago sports. Through playing a fair amount of pickup basketball, he is anecdotally convinced that his shooting is conclusive evidence of the hot hand theory. You can follow him on twitter @bqbrady.
Kevin is a Senior Preceptor in the Statistics Department at Harvard. He is a recent recipient of the Derek C. Bok Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching of Undergraduates, for being “an exemplary, influential teacher whose enthusiasm and dedication are apparent every day.”
Mark is a Senior Lecturer of Statistics at Harvard. He has put together the New England Symposium on Statistics in Sports (NESSIS) every other year for almost a decade, while producing all sorts of presentations, papers, and even performances.
Dr. Carl Morris
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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.
Daniel is pursuing a JD/MBA at Harvard Law School and Harvard Business School. He is the former Director of Football Research for the Jacksonville Jaguars and has held internships with the New England Patriots, Cleveland Browns, and Major League Baseball. He is a former president of HSAC.
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