Associate Professor - Mathematics
ERIK L. HEINY
- Ph.D., Applied Statistics, University of Northern
- M.S., Statistics, Michigan State University (1994)
- B.S., Mathematics and Statistics, Colorado State University
E. & Heiny, R. (2012) “An Eleven Year Study of the Relative Importance
of Driving Accuracy and Driving Distance on Scoring Average on the PGA
Tour.” CHANCE, vol. 2, no.
- Heiny, Erik L. & Blevins,
D. (2011) “Predicting the Atlanta Falcons Play-Calling
Using Discriminant Analysis,” Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports: Vol. 7: Iss. 3, Article 2.
- Heiny, E. & Mundfrom, D. (2010) The Effectiveness of Stepwise Discriminant Analysis as a Post Hoc
Procedure to a Significant MANOVA. Journal of Modern Applied Statistical
Methods, May 2010, Vol. 9, No. 1, 43-51.
- Heiny, E. (2008) “Today’s PGA
Tour Pro: Long But Not So Straight,” CHANCE, Volume 21,
Number 1, p. 10-21.
- Schaffer, J. & Heiny, E. (2006). “The Effects of Elevation on Slugging
Percentage in Major League Baseball,” CHANCE, Volume 19, Number 1, p. 28
Accepted for publication:
- Heiny, E. & Heiny, R. “And the 2011 Driving
Champion Is? Dustin Johnson”
accepted for publication by the Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports