FANTASY ALARM AUTHORS
Howard Bender is the VP of Operations and Head of Content for Fantasy Alarm. In addition to hosting the Fantasy Alarm Show on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio (M-F, 4-6pm ET), he also hosts SXM Fantasy Baseball every Saturday from 3-5pm ET and Fantasy Sports Tonight every Sunday from 8-11pm ET. Follow him on Twitter at @rotobuzzguy.
Dom Murtha – Fantasy Alarm's lead NFL Draft analyst – is also an avid fantasy sports player who has played in football, baseball, and basketball leagues since 2005. Typically finishing at the top of his leagues, Murtha is the man to follow. Along with the draft and the the rest of the NFL offseason, Murtha covers player notes, NBA, NFL, and MLB game wraps, and is an in-season weekly NFL contributor. Follow him on twitter: @dommurtha
Kenneth Le is currently a MBA student at Long Beach State University. He got his start in Fantasy Sports from running his own DFS site called DFS Optimized. He's currently a top-ranked DFS player in both MLB and NHL, and the NHL Director at Fantasy Alarm. You can find him on Twitter @kle18.
Jonathan Impemba is currently the Manager of the Fantasy Alarm Player Analysis team. He has been on the Fantasy Alarm staff for the last three years where he has contributed player analysis for the Player Alarms feed as well as weekly columns during both the football and baseball seasons. He is a very active participant in both seasonal leagues and DFS. You can find him on twitter-- @jimpemba777.
Rick Wolf is a leader in the fantasy sports industry. Wolf is a founding Board Member and one of only fifteen FSTA Hall of Famers including Bill James, Ron Shandler, Glenn Colton and Matthew Berry. Wolf is the Co-Host of Colton & The Wolfman every week on Sirius XM Fantasy Sports Radio. With college friend, Glenn Colton, he has won five Expert baseball titles and four Expert football titles.Twitter: @RickWolf1
Nick Berns and his team really hated to leave college, so they are doing what they consider the next best thing: follow college football as closely as nobody should. His team will track everything in the 128-team field and provide the best information for both season-long fantasy college football leagues and DFS plays with our Playbook Pro. Hit him up on Twitter (really, he needs some followers) @NickBernsCFB
I have actively played fantasy sports since 2004, when I was roped into competing in an auto-pick football league on Yahoo. My devotion, and number of teams has continued to grow to the present. I began writing about fantasy sports for FantasyGameday in 2008, and was recruited to join the FantasyAlarm team in 2011, where I cover Starting Pitching on the baseball side of things, and publish a weekly IDP Report and NFL Weather Report weekly during the football season. I can be reached by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org and my Twitter handle is: @johnwhorfin
Husband & Dad, FSWA Member, Fantasy Sports contributor for Sporting News, Fantasy Analyst for Fantasy Alarm, Host of The Fantasy Flex podcast
Michael is a lawyer and the Chief Justice of Fantasy Judgment, the industry’s premier fantasy sports dispute resolution service. He is the resident injury expert publishing multiple articles every week and is the co-host of the Fantasy Alarm podcast which airs every Wednesday night. Contact the future FSTA Hall of Famer by email at email@example.com or on Twitter: @FantasyJudgment.
Colby Conway is a writer at Fantasy Alarm and is currently pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Communication/Journalism. He played baseball at the collegiate level for two years and is an avid Yankees and Pirates fan. Follow him on Twitter at @colbyrconway
Lawyer, co-host SiriusXM Colton & the Wolfman Tue 10pm ET, FSTA Hall of Fame 2013, winner of nine (9) fantasy football/baseball expert league titles. Yankees and Cowboys fan.
Andrew Phelps has worked in sports radio broadcasting since 2002. He has been a Producer on SiriusXM's Fantasy Sports Radio since it launched back in 2010. Drew (as he's better known) helped launch both the Fantasy Alarm show with Jeff Mans and Colton & The Wolfman with Rick Wolf and Glenn Colton. He started doing player analysis for Fantasy Alarm in 2014 and took over as lead PGA Writer in 2015. Drew was born and raised in the DC Metro area and is a die-hard Redskins, Capitals and Nationals fan and also a proud alum of George Mason University. He loves to play bad golf and watch the pros do it well on the weekends. You can find him on twitter @Drew_Phelps83
Steve Pimental is a longtime fantasy writer, offering reasoned opinions on fantasy baseball, football, basketball and golf at StevesFantasyAdvice.com. Steve is an accomplished marathoner and professional wedding officiant.
Hailing from the Garden State, Chris Wassel has been playing fantasy hockey dating back to when scoring was manually calculated from newspaper box scores. For the last three years though, he's split his time and energy evenly between DFS and seasonal play. Chris has appeared all over Sirius/XM, Fantasy Sports Network, and even a few places on television. In addition to his articles at Fantasy Alarm, his work can be found all over the internet and can be followed on Twitter at @ChrisWasselDFS
Brett Talley is a lawyer by obligation and a fantasy sports writer by choice. A contributor for several internet publications, Brett covers season long and daily fantasy baseball and fantasy football as well as daily fantasy hockey. You can follow Brett on Twitter @TheRealTAL.
Ben Scherr has been playing daily fantasy sports for four years, and recently won the Fantasy Aces World Baseball Championship. He is Chicago native, and Chicago sports fan. Follow Ben on twitter @benscherr or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Matthew Selz has been playing fantasy sports since 1998 when he was just a middle-schooler. He plays in several season long baseball, football, and basketball leagues every year as well as playing DFS baseball, football, basketball, and NASCAR. Matt, as he goes by, has been with Fantasy Alarm since May of 2015 and currently does player analysis, MLB and NBA game wraps, and two weekly articles for the NASCAR Playbook Pro as the lead NASCAR writer. Follow him on Twitter @TheSelzman.