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Allan Roth

Introduction A ScoopIt alert to an article written by Andy McCue introduced me to Allan Roth. Andy notes: Allan Roth pushed the analysis of baseball statistics to...

Slow Motion

Introduction I have tried to have a paperless office since my move to Australia in 2002. However ... I do have a paper archive that...

Distances traversed in women’s basketball: then and now

Introduction Earlier this year, Aaron Scanlan and his colleagues (2015) reported on the game demands of women's (and men's) semiprofessional basketball game play. Their bibliography includes...

Godmothers of Performance Analysis (2)

Background Last week, I wrote an introductory post about the godmothers of performance analysis. In this post I present the work of Pauline Hodgson, Anna Espenschade...

Bruce Scott Old

Last week, a friend shared a link to a Carl Bialik post in FiveThityEightSports. Carl wrote about Bruce Scott Old. "In his spare time, he brought...

A Charles Reep Project

Many years ago (1970-1973), I studied social science at the University of York. Early on in my course I was introduced to sociological approaches...

Cut to the Chase?

I posted earlier today about Bradley Cook, the Curator of Photographs in the Office of University Archives and Records Management at Indiana University. Bradley...

Hugh Fullerton's Inside Game

Back in the Summer of 1993 I spent some time in the Ursinus College Library. I was looking for information about Lloyd Messersmith. Eventually I found...

Goal Scoring in Association Football: Charles Reep

Background Back in 1996 I had an opportunity to meet Charles Reep at his home near Plymouth in the United Kingdom. I spent a day in...

Clum Bucher

Introduction The Distance Traversed by Big Ten Basketball Players (1939) is one of Lloyd Messermith's most cited papers. His co-author was Clum Charles Bucher. Lloyd...