Sports Statistics for Kids!


Sports Statistics for Kids

Ever wanted to work for ESPN, FOX Sports, or even a smaller network like Stadium?  Ever thought about being a sports statistician?  Get the chance to learn how to keep professional statistics, decode patterns in the game, and communicate the pivotal information to announcers.  For 7 Sundays between December 2nd and January 27th (5:00pm to 6:20pm), Middle School Students will learn to organize, track, and analyze the statistics of Football, Baseball, and Basketball.  Students will watch defined clips of sports while keeping track of numbers and then need to communicate specific patterns and highlights to the announcers.  Each class will begin with an organizational and math based activity that shows students how to construct proper ways to manage various stats.  Students will then move into recording and analyzing data from a sport.  Everything is group based with constant peer interaction, as well as constant discussion about sports, highlights, and math!  This class is great for the sports enthusiast, math enthusiast, and anyone interested in communication and television.  

About the Instructor

Mr. Zangari-Ryan Stats:

  • ESPN Statistician for LLWS for over 13 years.
  • Holds a Master’s Degree in Education from Bucknell University
  • Teaches math privately up to Calculus
  • Writes, teaches, and sells SAT Curriculum.
  • Kayaked in 13 different states and 3 Major Bodies of Water (Pacific, Atlantic, and the Gulf)


Sports Statistics for Kids! 11-14 Su 12/2,12/9, 12/16,12/23, 1/6, 1/13, 1/27
5:00 PM - 6:20 PM
$120 Res
$130 Non-Res