About

Georgetown Sports Analysis is an entirely student-run organization focused on cultivating a community of Georgetown students interested in sports analytics and commentary.  We aim to host a wide range of relevant professionals to advance interest and career ambitions in sports, as well as to manage an active blog producing original analysis content.

Contact georgetownsportsanalysis@gmail.com if interested in attending meetings or getting in touch with any of us.

The views expressed are those of the group and not of Georgetown University.

Academic Year 2018-19 Officers:

Hiro Motta – President
Hiro is a sophomore in the McDonough School of Business majoring in Finance and OPIM.  A die-hard Boston sports fan, he specializes in NBA and NFL analysis as well as an interest in lacrosse from his high school glory days.  Aside from GSAC, Hiro is a part of GUASFCU, the Hoya and GCI.

Mike Keane– Vice President & Chief Operations Officer
Mike is a sophomore in the McDonough School of Business majoring in Finance and Accounting. Part of the Bills Mafia, Mike admires Peter Lynch and Carl Icahn in his free time. Outside of Georgetown Sports Analysis, Mike is involved with GCI, Men’s Squash and GAAP.

Jay Iraj – Chief Content Officer
Jay is a sophomore from Long Island majoring in Psychology. A major Steelers, Rangers, and Knicks fan, Jay spends his free time listening to Kanye and watching sports highlights. Jay is also a key member of AEPI.

Ashwin Mathur – Chief Financial Officer
Ashwin is a sophomore in the McDonough School of Business majoring in Finance and Accounting. A Patriots fan tried and true, Ashwin has a passion for GCI and playing pick-up basketball at Yates.

 

Faculty Adviser:

Professor Jimmy Lynn

One comment

  1. Just want you guys to know I love your blog. I found some really interesting and insightful things about sports analytics through your Q&As with analysts inside the league. Keep up the good work!

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