Tyler is the President for Wash U Sports Analytics and is currently a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences. In addition to Wash U Sports Analytics, Tyler created a sports broadcasting program for the school's
student run radio station, KWUR, and is a writer for Cardsblog. Tyler also created his own metric, Wide
Receiver Efficiency Rating, which can be viewed at Pro Football Focus Fantasy.
Vice President, Operations
Peter Rosston, from Menlo Park, California is a current junior in the College of Arts and Sciences studying chemistry. He is a fan of the 49ers, Warriors, Sharks, Earthquakes, and Giants and has loved the
recent success of Bay Area sports teams. On campus, he is a member of the Running Club and involved in
multiple intramural sports. Some of his other work can be seen here.
Vice President, Data
Adam is a junior studying Economics and the Business of Sports at WashU in St. Louis. He’s from Connecticut, and is as passionate a fan of the New York Mets as you will find. On the weekends you can find him doing his best Yoenis Cespedes imitation in the outfield for the Club Baseball team. In addition to being a member of WashU Sports Analytics and the Olin Sports Management Organization, Adam also writes for Cardsblog and Underground.
Vice President, Finance
Brent Katlan is a junior in the Olin Business School planning to major in Finance. An avid New York Sports fan, his favorite sports team is the New York Mets.
Vice President, Marketing
Seth, a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences, sits on the Professional Development Committee for
Wash U Sports Analytics. Seth, who was born outside of Boston, is a die-hard Beantown fan and is forever
grateful for growing up in the greatest sports city of all time and witnessing nine major Boston
championships thus far in his lifetime. Outside of the Sports Analytics club, Seth plays soccer for the WashU
club team, is a member of the Olin Sports Management Organization, tutors through the Books and
Basketball program and is an upcoming leader in the preorientation program, Leadership Through Service.
Sam Linker is currently a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences studying economics. He plans to minor in the Business of Sports. He is from Scranton, Pennsylvania, but his roots are in Boston with the Red Sox. He does support his hometown Sixers along with his birth town University of Tennessee Volunteers. Outside of the club, he is an avid collector of sports memorabilia and is most proud of his Sandy Koufax autographed baseball. He hopes to one day work in the front office of his favorite team the Boston Red Sox.