Avery Zimmerman

914 Posts
Avery Zimmerman
914 Posts
Tennis, Soccer, Responsible Gaming
Role
Associate Editor
Experience
5 years
Location
New York

Summary

Avery Zimmerman works on several of The Action Network's teams, including news, predictive analytics and editorial. He is the head of the site's tennis vertical and assists with content in soccer and data-based analysis. Prior to joining Action in 2021, Zimmerman worked for InsideNU and WildcatReport throughout his time at Northwestern University.

Experience

While Zimmerman is recently out of college, he has been studying the progression of legal sports betting throughout high school and college, and he has worked on developing model-based projections for individual sports. As an editor at InsideNU, he developed the site's original college football betting series and has assisted other publications in building their sports betting coverage. Zimmerman has experience analyzing tennis, soccer, golf and college football, and he is looking to expand his expertise even further with the help of Action's predictive analytics team.

Education

Zimmerman graduated from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism in 2022. 

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Jul 1, 2023 UTC

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Betting Highlights
Favorite Bet of All-Time
Tiger Woods to win the Masters in 2019. Prior to that tournament, I had bet on Tiger to win every single major he played in since my sophomore year of high school. I think I broke even after he won the Masters.
Most Heartbreaking Bet
Carlos Alcaraz to win the second set against Hugo Gaston on the ATP Tour. Alcaraz was up 5-0 in the set before losing it 7-5.
Specialties
  • Tennis
  • Soccer
  • Golf
  • College Football