Princeton Sports Analytics (PSA) conducts and publishes advanced analysis of sports statistics and the front office finances associated with each sport. We provide access to subscription-based databases and statistical resources in order to support innovative research and to promote insightful sports conversation. While our research is primarily originated, reviewed, and published by PSA in a completely vertical process, we are available for partnering and/or consulting on other projects. Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or other inquiries.
Princeton Sports Analytics was founded in November 2012 by Danny Lei and Julian Helguero-Kelley.
President: Ethan Cohen, Charleston, SC
Ethan is a Princeton junior studying Computer Science and a candidate for certificates in Statistics and Machine Learning as well as Technology and Society. He is most interested in basketball at both the NBA and NCAA level and European football, and his favorite teams include UNC Men’s Basketball, FC Barcelona, and the Oklahoma City Thunder, but mostly Russell Westbrook. You can contact Ethan here.
Editor-in-Chief: Ben Ulene, Scarsdale, NY
Ben is a junior at Princeton studying math-track Economics and pursuing certificate in Finance and Applications of Computing. In addition to being a lifelong Yankees fan (and baseball fan in general), he avidly follows Real Madrid C.F., as well as the New York Knicks, Giants, and Rangers. Having been to MLB Spring Training eight times, Ben is three stadiums away from completing his long-standing sporting goal of seeing a game at every Grapefruit League stadium. You can contact Ben here.
Vice President: Gene Li, Brentwood, TN
Gene is a sophomore at Princeton studying Electrical Engineering with certificates in Statistics and Machine Learning and Applied Mathematics. He’s interested in NBA analytics and NBA memes. He also hates the Warriors. You can contact Gene here.
Technology Chair: Owen Tedford, Greenwich, CT
Owen is a freshman at Princeton studying history and statistics. He is a huge fan of the New England Patriots (and football in general) as well as an avid follower of college basketball (Go Tar Heels!) and rugby. When not in class, Owen can be found playing rugby or watching old football games. You can contact Owen here.
Social Chair: Sam Perkins, Dallas, TX
Sam is a junior at Princeton studying economics and computer science. He’s a diehard fan of all Dallas teams — Cowboys, Mavs, Rangers — as well as a supporter of Arsenal Football Club. Outside of class, Sam can most regularly be seen playing for the Princeton Club Basketball Team, beating someone in FIFA, or worshipping at the altar of Dirk. You can contact Sam here.