SAP Executive Board


Jeremy Frank


Jeremy is a junior from Buffalo Grove, Illinois who is studying data science with minors in mathematics and economics. He runs the Twitter handle @MLBRandomStats, created the website, and wrote two books about baseball stats with a third on the way. Jeremy also helped start the Sports Analytics Club at his high school during his senior year. This past summer, Jeremy was a data intern for Sports Reference (creators of Baseball Reference, Basketball Reference, Pro Football Reference, etc) and is continuing to work with them part time for their marketing team. A lifelong Purdue sports fan, you can bet on him being first in line to get into Mackey Arena for every home game. He also roots for the Chicago Cubs and the NBA champion Milwaukee Bucks. When at home, Jeremy umpires little league baseball games, and enjoys playing baseball and tennis.

Jack Garner

Vice President

Jack is a junior from Plymouth, IN majoring in Ag Communications. If he could major in Purdue sports, he would. Jack is a lifelong Purdue fan, and roots for the Colts, Pacers, and St. Louis Cardinals in pro sports. While he doesn't play much, Jack is a basketball superfan, at any level from high school to the NBA. He previously served as the club's social media manager before moving to Vice President, creating the Twitter account for SAP. He enjoys club activities such as trivia nights, bracket challenges, and guest speakers. In his free time, Jack spends time with friends, storm chasing, following politics, and scrolling on Twitter.

Kurt Weinberg


Kurt Weinberg is a senior from St. Louis, Missouri, in the Krannert school of management with a concentration in data analytics. He’s been a member of the club since he was a sophomore, and remembers meeting and talking to Jason Benetti for his first meeting ever with the club. He’s a big STL Cardinals and Premier League fan, and enjoys running one of SAP’s fantasy football leagues as its commissioner.

Gabrielle Kraus


Gabrielle is a junior pursuing majors in applied statistics and media mass communications. After graduating, she plans to put her degrees to use working as a sports journalist or statistician. Gabrielle grew up watching Purdue athletics from the couch with her dad and couldn't be happier to be able to watch them live on campus. She puts her passion for baseball and softball to use working as a youth umpire and coach during the summer months and as an intern for the Chicago Bandits, a professional softball team. When Gabrielle isn't on campus nor working, she likes to spend her free time watching Cubs games with her dogs, Scout and Mackey (yes she's named after Purdue's very own Mackey Arena), by her side.

Dr. Dwaine Jengelley

Faculty Advisor

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