The USC Sports Business Association aims to educate and connect students to opportunities in the world of sports business by putting on networking events, speaker series, panel discussions, career workshops, and more. We will inspire members to pursue their passion for sports business while also having fun, developing professionalism, building friendships, and giving back to the community.
SEAN LO - Co-President
Sean is a senior from Taipei, Taiwan studying Business Administration with a minor in Applied Analytics. He has interned for EAG Sports Management and the Los Angeles Clippers doing public relations work as well as sponsorship activations. He has experience in Data Science and is looking to explore how he can utilize these skills in the sports analytics field. His favorite person in sports is Daryl Morey, because of how he was able to change the entire landscape of the NBA through analytics. He is also also a huge supporter of Chelsea F.C. and loves to play soccer recreationally.
ALEX YOSHIDA - Co-President
Alex is a junior from Denver, Colorado. He is majoring in Political Science and minoring in Sports Media Industries and Performance Science. He has worked for Like A Pro, a mid-market sports media startup company and Beverly Hills Sports Council, a baseball agency, as a Marketing Intern. He is currently a Communications Intern with Independent Sports and Entertainment. He is also a student worker in the USC Football Recruiting office. In addition to watching his beloved Denver sports teams, Alex is a #PitchersWhoRake enthusiast and knows every single line in the movie Miracle.
NOAH SCHWARTZ - Vice President
Noah is a junior from Westlake Village, California studying Business Administration and minoring in Applied Analytics and Sports Media Studies. He has been fortunate enough to obtain an internship with the Los Angeles Football Club as well as Live Athletics. He is also an employee of USC Athletics. If you're looking for him, you can probably find him incessantly watching the Dodgers, Lakers, or Manchester City or playing basketball in the Lyon Center.