David Arkow ’24
David is studying Economics and Statistics and lives in Cabot House. He is a member of the Harvard Men’s Varsity Tennis team. Although from Los Angeles, his favorite teams are the New York Mets, Knicks, Jets, and Islanders and he has never witnessed any of his teams win a championship in his lifetime. You can follow him on twitter @david_arkow.


Diego Martinez ’23

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.


Andrew Kelser ’23
Editor in Chief
Andrew is a junior 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.


Julia Blank ’24
Director of External Initiatives
Julia is a sophomore in Lowell House 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. 


Ben Meron ’23
Ben is a Junior 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.


Elliot Chin ’25
Elliot is a freshman from San Francisco, California studying statistics. He is a fan of the 49ers, Giants, and Warriors, and has thankfully seldom experienced a dry spell in terms of local team success. Outside of HSAC, Elliot is a member of the Harvard College Consulting Club, and enjoys pickup basketball and playing guitar.


Past Presidents
Buddy Scott ’22

Christopher Cheng ’23

Danny Blumenthal ’21

Ella Papanek ’21

Erik Johnsson ’20

Jack Schroeder ’21

Andrew Puopolo ’19

Benedict Brady ’19

Kevin Rader
Faculty Advisor
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 Glickman
Faculty Advisor
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
Faculty Advisor Emeritus
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 Adler
Graduate Advisor
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.

Contributing Writers
Jackson Weaver, Class of 2021
Matty Cheng, Class of 2021
Tate Huffman, Class of 2021
Charles Hua, Class of 2022
Frank Zhu, Class of 2022
Johnattan Ontiveros, Class of 2022
Lev Cohen, Class of 2022
Reid Piercy, Class of 2022
Shuvom Sadhuka, Class of 2022
Tucker Boynton, Class of 2022
Alex Rojas, Class of 2024
Joey Liu, Class of 2024
Jordan Woods, Class of 2024
Shiv Chandra, Class of 2024


  • Hope all is well. Trying to reach Kurt T. Bullard for The Dan Patrick Show regarding his piece on Dolphins predicted to make the Super Bowl this upcoming season. Just need a head-shot, a land-line # to reach him at, and his exact title/position. Thank you very much. Todd Fritz / Executive Producer / The Dan Patrick Show

  • NFL Fantasy – Variation in fantasy production between annual classes

    In my fantasy league a lot of owners, based upon expert claims in the fantasy rhealm, have chosen to punt the 2016 rookie draft in dynasty leagues and trade away picks for a supposedly legendary upcoming 2017 draft.

    I wonder whether it is smart to go against the concensus. As such, is there any statistical analysis of fantasy classes from year to year? How much variation is there really between fantasy classes historically?

    To me opportunity is a key support to talent, for determining whether a player works out, so I see some opportunities even within this year’s rookie class…

    Any feedback would be helpful. And feel free to do a study 🙂

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