JSM 2011 Online Program

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Activity Details

624 * Thu, 8/4/2011, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-A201
Analyzing and Predicting Success in Sports — Contributed Papers
Section on Statistics in Sports
Chair(s): Michael Schuckers, St. Lawrence University
8:35 AM A Statistical Data Mining Approach to Determining the Factors that Distinguish Championship Caliber Teams in the National Football League Dan Foehrenbach, Rochester Institute of Technology ; Ernest Fokoue, Rochester Institute of Technology
8:50 AM Evaluating the Information in Baseball Statistics Richard E. Auer, Loyola University Maryland ; Alyson Lindsey Fox, Loyola University Maryland
9:05 AM It's Not Over Until It's Over ... Or Is It? Daniel R. Iachan, Consultant ; Ronaldo Iachan, ICF Macro ; Lee Harding, ICF Macro
9:20 AM Assessing the Published Keys to Success for a Run-and-Gun Basketball Program — Eric Ohrn, University of Michigan ; ; Thomas Moore, Grinnell College
9:35 AM Predicting Race Times for Motorcycle Grand Prix Racing Leanne Streja, University of California at Los Angeles ; Robert E. Weiss, University of California at Los Angeles ; Catherine Ann Sugar, University of California at Los Angeles
9:50 AM Effects of Position and Baseline Age on NBA Player Production Curves Aaron McGuire, Duke University ; Garritt Page, Duke University
10:05 AM Is There an Off-Week Advantage in College Football? Eric Howington, Valdosta State University

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