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1
Men's soccer / Re: Big Dance
« on: November 21, 2019, 09:23:31 am »
Host gets to choose even if they aren't "top" seed. Thats why tufts played the early game in the 2016 kenyon pod

Actually, the Pre-Championships Manual says the following under "Start Times" in Section 2.1 (see the very top of of page 18):

     At all sites, the match shown higher on the championship bracket will be the first match played. The match shown lower on
     the championship bracket will be the second match played.


And you will see this carried out if you look at the occasions where the "top seed" has not hosted, both this year and in the past.  That's why Keene St., Oneonta St., Trinty (Tx.), Catholic, and Hope did not play the early game in the 1st/2nd Round pods.  Do you think none of those five hosts wouldn't have taken the earlier game given the chance?  Two years ago, when like this year the women had hosting priority the first weekend, Messiah still played the early game despite Buffalo St. hosting, likewise Oglethorpe having the early game at host Washington and Lee.  Messiah still played the early game last year even after the sectional was moved to Rochester.  Messiah also played the early game in the 2014 sectional at Muhlenberg.  And Tufts hosted the sectional in 2016 because they were shown higher in the bracket having emerged form the pod with the quadrant's top seed.

2
Men's soccer / Re: Big Dance
« on: November 19, 2019, 10:08:35 am »
Cristan, can someone fix the Tournament Central page?  It's stuck on 2018.
Fixed. 

The 2019 page was always there and accessible from the pull-down menus, but the headline on the home page was linking to last year's page thanks to yours truly.  Sorry about that.  Note to self: ALWAYS test the headlines and links you create. #retirementcalls #bringinfreshblood

3
Men's soccer / Re: Big Dance
« on: November 15, 2019, 12:45:00 pm »
The NCAA is making a conscious decision to avoid night games as much as possible. Mid-November at night can be significantly worse than mid-November during the day.

Really? If so, why didn't they do this in years past?

I'm not trying to be antagonistic — I just don't get why, if this is a conscious decision, it allegedly wasn't made (or at least not explicitly) in previous years given that cold mid-November weather is not new. Perhaps the recent cold snap would have something to do with it?

This push to daytime games started several years ago on the women's side and starting last year was required for both men and women.  In both last years's and this year's Pre-Championship Manual the default games times were the following:

Option 1: Day 1 - 11:00 am & 1:30 pm, Day 2 - 1:00 pm
Option 2: Day 1 - 1:00 pm & 3:30 pm, Day 2 - 3:00 pm

Requests for exceptions to these two options need to be made a week before the tournament starts when submitting facility evaluation forms.  I think since last year was the first year under the new policy on the men's side, they may have been more lenient in granting exceptions.  Who knows.  And since the preference for women to play day games was pushed, there have always been exceptions granted.  I think one of the acceptable reasons for granting an exception is when a campus has multiple sporting events on the same day and staffing, parking, broadcasting, etc. would be over-stretched/inadequate with too many events happening simultaneous.  But the default is day time games starting last year.

4
Men's soccer / Re: Mid-Atlantic Region
« on: November 13, 2019, 01:13:43 pm »
Fairness is a tricky and subjective thing.  What is objective, however, is that, based on the NCAA's metrics and the NCAA's policy of rewarding top seeds with hosting if geography cooperates, Catholic did not earn hosting privileges because they were not the top seed in the pod.  That is all that is meant by saying that Catholic didn't earn/deserve to be the pod host.  Nothing more, nothing less.  My observation was simply intended to illustrate that by the NCAA attempting to make the situation less unfair for the top seed in a potential 1-seed/2-seed second round match, they have introduced a question of fairness into the 2-seed/3-seed first round match. I didn't mean the slightest disparagement of Catholic and am surprised it would be taken that way. Of course, rarely is everything fair, and one team having to travel significantly further than the others is often going to be the case.  And I'm sure there are other ways in which it's difficult-to-impossible to create a fair and/or level playing field for all four teams.  The best teams tend to find a way to overcome any disadvantages thrown their way.

5
Men's soccer / Re: Mid-Atlantic Region
« on: November 12, 2019, 04:50:38 pm »
I have gotten some insight into some of the surprising selections for pod hosts.

As has been mentioned/explained by others, the reason Amherst, Messiah, Chicago and Johns Hopkins are not hosting the pods in which they are the top seed is because their women's teams are also the top seed in their pods, and following the alternating hosting priority schedule, the women have hosting priority. No big news there.

In past years, as long as geography didn't point the committee in a different direction, the second seed in the pod would typically be chosen to host in these situations. This brought on consistent feedback that when the top two seeds advanced to the second round as expected, it was unfair that the top seed that had earned the right to host, not only didn't get to host, but now had to play at the home of a potentially very strong second round opponent. In other words, the strongest challenger to the top seed advancing to the Sweet 16 was being given the advantage it hadn't earned to use against the team that actually deserved it.

In response to this feedback, the committee this year selected the third seeds in these pod to host, thus making the likely second round match a neutral game.  That doesn't completely make up for the lost hosting advantage, but at least it doesn't hand that advantage to their more likely second round opponent.  This is why Keene State, Oneonta State, Hope and Catholic are hosting pods.


My initial thoughts/observations are as follows:
• In general and on first thought, this seems like a sensible thing to do.  It's nice to try not to penalize a team just because their women's team is also extremely good.
• The strongest challenger in a pod may not actually be who the NCAA's selection criteria says it is.  The third seed by their criteria might actual be the top seeds' biggest threat, so this approach might now always be the better for the top seed. For example, opinion may vary on whether third seed Oneonta State or second seed Babson is the better team and the team with the better chance to stop Messiah from advancing.
• In strong pods with three relatively strong teams, this doesn't make much or any difference for the top seed.  However, it now unfairly helps the third seed have a better chance against the second seed in round one.  Since this is about fairness, is it fair that Ohio Wesleyan has to play at host Hope to open the tournament?  Is it fair that Catholic's chances of advancing got such an unearned/undeserved boost?

Just to make sure folks on this thread saw this. VERY interesting nugget about the #3 seed hosting where the top seeds have conflicts.

While I'm psyched the games this weekend are at Catholic, for selfish proximity reasons, having to beat Catholic in DC is no small challenge. I get that there's no perfect solution, but you'd almost want to completely level things out and play at the 4 seed if they are trying to avoid tipping the scales or rewarding the neither the 2 or 3 seed.

I completely agree, there are three quality teams in this pod and there is a massive drop off between the 3 seed and 4 seed, so that would be the most fair way of doing it. According to Christan though Catholic is very undeserving of hosting so they shouldn’t impact what many are considering a guaranteed neutral field matchup between Conn College and JHU  ;)

I hope the wink at the end means you didn't really take my comment to be a swipe at Catholic.  But just to be clear, it's actually because Catholic, though maybe not in the same class as Hopkins and Connecticut (at least on paper), is a very strong, competent third seed, that I wonder if it's fair for them to get to host a game that would typically be a neutral site game.  And when I spoke of the unearned/undeserved boost of hosting, "such" was not intend to imply the degree to which they did not deserve it but rather the degree to which hosting might help them advance.

Now, every team is different and hosting can help some squads, hurt others, and have negligible effect on others.  As has been mentioned on here numerous times, during the Dave Brandt era the Messiah coaching staff almost preferred road games because it allowed them a degree of control that they wouldn't have at home, and without the distractions of campus life it was easier to have the team focused and unified for the task at hand. Moreover, there are so many variables that come into play (e.g. game time and distance to travel, how much home fan support a team actually has, field conditions straying from the norm, etc.) that impact how much of an advantage it is to play at home.  A deserving national champion is able to win regardless, but there's no denying that being at home can be an advantage at times and to varying degrees.

6
Men's soccer / Re: Big Dance
« on: November 11, 2019, 10:50:37 pm »
I have gotten some insight into some of the surprising selections for pod hosts.

As has been mentioned/explained by others, the reason Amherst, Messiah, Chicago and Johns Hopkins are not hosting the pods in which they are the top seed is because their women's teams are also the top seed in their pods, and following the alternating hosting priority schedule, the women have hosting priority. No big news there.

In past years, as long as geography didn't point the committee in a different direction, the second seed in the pod would typically be chosen to host in these situations. This brought on consistent feedback that when the top two seeds advanced to the second round as expected, it was unfair that the top seed that had earned the right to host, not only didn't get to host, but now had to play at the home of a potentially very strong second round opponent. In other words, the strongest challenger to the top seed advancing to the Sweet 16 was being given the advantage it hadn't earned to use against the team that actually deserved it.

In response to this feedback, the committee this year selected the third seeds in these pod to host, thus making the likely second round match a neutral game.  That doesn't completely make up for the lost hosting advantage, but at least it doesn't hand that advantage to their more likely second round opponent.  This is why Keene State, Oneonta State, Hope and Catholic are hosting pods.


My initial thoughts/observations are as follows:
• In general and on first thought, this seems like a sensible thing to do.  It's nice to try not to penalize a team just because their women's team is also extremely good.
• The strongest challenger in a pod may not actually be who the NCAA's selection criteria says it is.  The third seed by their criteria might actual be the top seeds' biggest threat, so this approach might now always be the better for the top seed. For example, opinion may vary on whether third seed Oneonta State or second seed Babson is the better team and the team with the better chance to stop Messiah from advancing.
• In strong pods with three relatively strong teams, this doesn't make much or any difference for the top seed.  However, it now unfairly helps the third seed have a better chance against the second seed in round one.  Since this is about fairness, is it fair that Ohio Wesleyan has to play at host Hope to open the tournament?  Is it fair that Catholic's chances of advancing got such an unearned/undeserved boost?

7
Men's soccer / Re: Pool C Amateur Predictions and Prizes
« on: November 11, 2019, 10:49:47 pm »
I have gotten some insight into some of the surprising selections for pod hosts.

As has been mentioned/explained by others, the reason Amherst, Messiah, Chicago and Johns Hopkins are not hosting the pods in which they are the top seed is because their women's teams are also the top seed in their pods, and following the alternating hosting priority schedule, the women have hosting priority. No big news there.

In past years, as long as geography didn't point the committee in a different direction, the second seed in the pod would typically be chosen to host in these situations. This brought on consistent feedback that when the top two seeds advanced to the second round as expected, it was unfair that the top seed that had earned the right to host, not only didn't get to host, but now had to play at the home of a potentially very strong second round opponent. In other words, the strongest challenger to the top seed advancing to the Sweet 16 was being given the advantage it hadn't earned to use against the team that actually deserved it.

In response to this feedback, the committee this year selected the third seeds in these pod to host, thus making the likely second round match a neutral game.  That doesn't completely make up for the lost hosting advantage, but at least it doesn't hand that advantage to their more likely second round opponent.  This is why Keene State, Oneonta State, Hope and Catholic are hosting pods.


My initial thoughts/observations are as follows:
• In general and on first thought, this seems like a sensible thing to do.  It's nice to try not to penalize a team just because their women's team is also extremely good.
• The strongest challenger in a pod may not actually be who the NCAA's selection criteria says it is.  The third seed by their criteria might actual be the top seeds' biggest threat, so this approach might now always be the better for the top seed. For example, opinion may vary on whether third seed Oneonta State or second seed Babson is the better team and the team with the better chance to stop Messiah from advancing.
• In strong pods with three relatively strong teams, this doesn't make much or any difference for the top seed.  However, it now unfairly helps the third seed have a better chance against the second seed in round one.  Since this is about fairness, is it fair that Ohio Wesleyan has to play at host Hope to open the tournament?  Is it fair that Catholic's chances of advancing got such an unearned/undeserved boost?

8
Men's soccer / Re: 2019 South Atlantic Region
« on: November 11, 2019, 04:18:55 pm »
SOUTH ATLANTIC REGION - NCAA REGIONAL RANKINGS - November 11, 2019

Rank

School
. Div. III .
Record
. Div. III .
SOS

 . R-v-R .
. Overall .
Record
. Prev. .
Rank
1.
Washington and Lee
15-2-3
0.594
4-1-2
15-2-3
1
2.
Mary Washington
13-3-4
0.636
2-2-3
13-3-4
3
3.
Christopher Newport
13-2-4
0.603
2-2-3
13-2-4
2
4.
Rowan
11-5-3
0.621
3-1-2
11-5-3
6
5.
Centre
16-3-1
0.577
3-3-0
16-3-1
4
6.
Roanoke
13-2-3
0.555
1-1-2
14-2-3
7
7.
Oglethorpe
14-4-0
0.567
2-3-0
14-4-0
8
8.
Ramapo
11-2-5
0.581
1-1-0
11-2-5
5

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Men's soccer / Re: Mid-Atlantic Region
« on: November 11, 2019, 04:18:10 pm »
MID-ATLANTIC REGION - NCAA REGIONAL RANKINGS - November 11, 2019

Rank

School
. Div. III .
Record
. Div. III .
SOS

 . R-v-R .
. Overall .
Record
. Prev. .
Rank
1.
Johns Hopkins
16-2-1
0.627
6-2-1
16-2-1
1
2.
Franklin and Marshall
16-3-0
0.611
6-2-0
16-3-0
2
3.
Messiah
16-2-2
0.579
5-2-0
16-2-2
3
4.
Swarthmore
11-3-3
0.589
2-3-1
11-3-3
4
5.
Gettysburg
11-7-1
0.629
4-5-1
11-7-1
6
6.
Catholic
18-2-1
0.542
4-1-1
18-2-1
7
7.
Dickinson
10-8-0
0.631
4-7-0
10-8-0
8
8.
Haverford
9-6-3
0.621
2-4-2
9-6-3
5
9.
Lycoming
13-7-0
0.580
1-5-0
13-7-0
9
10.
Elizabethtown
11-6-2
0.582
1-5-0
11-6-2
10

10
Men's soccer / Re: Pool C Amateur Predictions and Prizes
« on: November 11, 2019, 04:15:29 pm »
GREAT LAKES REGION - NCAA REGIONAL RANKINGS - November 11, 2019

Rank

School
. Div. III .
Record
. Div. III .
SOS

 . R-v-R .
. Overall .
Record
. Prev. .
Rank
1.
John Carroll
17-2-2
0.600
6-2-1
17-2-2
1
2.
Kenyon
15-1-2
0.573
4-1-1
17-1-2
2
3.
Ohio Wesleyan
13-5-3
0.596
5-4-2
13-5-3
3
4.
Ohio Northern
12-6-2
0.597
4-4-1
13-6-2
4
5.
Otterbein
13-7-0
0.578
3-6-0
13-7-0
6
6.
Hanover
12-6-2
0.542
2-3-0
12-5-2
7
7.
Mount Union
10-4-5
0.551
2-2-2
10-4-5
5
8.
Capital
8-5-5
0.560
1-3-3
8-5-5
8

CENTRAL REGION - NCAA REGIONAL RANKINGS - November 11, 2019

Rank

School
. Div. III .
Record
. Div. III .
SOS

 . R-v-R .
. Overall .
Record
. Prev. .
Rank
1.
Calvin
18-1-1
0.574
4-1-1
19-1-1
1
2.
Chicago
11-1-5
0.633
5-1-3
11-1-5
2
3.
North Park
15-4-1
0.605
2-3-1
15-4-1
3
4.
Hope
14-5-1
0.589
2-4-1
14-5-1
7
5.
Kalamazoo
10-4-2
0.573
3-3-0
11-4-2
4
6.
Wheaton (Ill.)
10-4-4
0.597
1-3-2
10-4-4
6
7.
North Central (Ill.)
11-5-3
0.577
2-2-0
11-5-3
5

NORTH REGION - NCAA REGIONAL RANKINGS - November 11, 2019

Rank

School
. Div. III .
Record
. Div. III .
SOS

 . R-v-R .
. Overall .
Record
. Prev. .
Rank
1.
Luther
15-4-1
0.602
4-2-0
16-4-1
1
2.
Central
14-3-2
0.569
3-1-1
14-3-2
2
3.
St. Thomas
12-4-3
0.598
0-4-2
12-4-3
3
4.
Loras
15-6-1
0.598
1-5-0
15-6-1
4
5.
Gustavus Adolphus
17-3-0
0.545
2-1-0
17-3-0
5
6.
St. Norbert
16-4-2
0.549
3-1-0
16-4-2
6
7.
Knox
15-4-2
0.543
1-3-1
15-4-2
7

WEST REGION - NCAA REGIONAL RANKINGS - November 11, 2019

Rank

School
. Div. III .
Record
. Div. III .
SOS

 . R-v-R .
. Overall .
Record
. Prev. .
Rank
1.
Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
14-3-2
0.570
3-2-2
14-3-2
1
2.
Colorado College
10-6-0
0.576
3-4-0
14-6-0
2
3.
Trinity (Texas)
10-5-2
0.595
3-4-1
11-6-2
3
4.
Texas-Dallas
16-3-2
0.513
2-1-0
17-3-2
4
5.
Hardin-Simmons
12-3-2
0.503
2-1-0
14-3-2
5
6.
Texas Lutheran
12-5-0
0.525
3-3-0
15-5-0
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11
Men's soccer / Re: Pool C Amateur Predictions and Prizes
« on: November 11, 2019, 04:14:34 pm »
NEW ENGLAND REGION - NCAA REGIONAL RANKINGS - November 11, 2019

Rank

School
. Div. III .
Record
. Div. III .
SOS

 . R-v-R .
. Overall .
Record
. Prev. .
Rank
1.
Amherst
14-1-2
0.585
4-1-2
14-1-2
1
2.
Tufts
14-2-2
0.610
8-2-0
14-2-2
2
3.
Connecticut College
10-3-3
0.604
3-3-3
10-3-3
3
4.
Babson
14-5-2
0.568
3-5-1
14-5-2
7
5.
WPI
12-3-4
0.584
2-2-3
12-3-4
5
6.
Middlebury
8-3-7
0.630
2-3-4
8-3-7
6
7.
Williams
8-4-5
0.590
3-4-2
8-4-5
4
8.
Brandeis
10-5-4
0.582
1-4-1
10-5-4
8
9.
Eastern Connecticut
17-3-0
0.518
3-2-0
17-3-0
11
10.
Keene State
15-6-0
0.554
1-3-0
15-6-0
12
11.
St. Joseph's (Maine)
16-2-3
0.514
1-1-0
16-2-3
--
12.
Endicott
12-6-2
0.555
1-4-0
12-6-2
9

EAST REGION - NCAA REGIONAL RANKINGS - November 11, 2019

Rank

School
. Div. III .
Record
. Div. III .
SOS

 . R-v-R .
. Overall .
Record
. Prev. .
Rank
1.
RPI
14-2-3
0.580
6-2-2
14-2-3
1
2.
Rochester
11-5-1
0.571
4-3-0
11-5-1
3
3.
Hobart
14-4-2
0.562
5-3-1
14-4-2
4
4.
Ithaca
12-5-2
0.564
3-3-1
12-5-2
2
5.
Oneonta State
17-2-0
0.557
4-1-0
17-2-0
6
6.
Vassar
9-6-2
0.582
2-3-0
9-7-2
5
7.
Clarkson
11-5-4
0.556
4-2-3
11-5-4
8
8.
Plattsburgh State
11-8-0
0.585
1-6-0
11-8-0
--

MID-ATLANTIC REGION - NCAA REGIONAL RANKINGS - November 11, 2019

Rank

School
. Div. III .
Record
. Div. III .
SOS

 . R-v-R .
. Overall .
Record
. Prev. .
Rank
1.
Johns Hopkins
16-2-1
0.627
6-2-1
16-2-1
1
2.
Franklin and Marshall
16-3-0
0.611
6-2-0
16-3-0
2
3.
Messiah
16-2-2
0.579
5-2-0
16-2-2
3
4.
Swarthmore
11-3-3
0.589
2-3-1
11-3-3
4
5.
Gettysburg
11-7-1
0.629
4-5-1
11-7-1
6
6.
Catholic
18-2-1
0.542
4-1-1
18-2-1
7
7.
Dickinson
10-8-0
0.631
4-7-0
10-8-0
8
8.
Haverford
9-6-3
0.621
2-4-2
9-6-3
5
9.
Lycoming
13-7-0
0.580
1-5-0
13-7-0
9
10.
Elizabethtown
11-6-2
0.582
1-5-0
11-6-2
10

SOUTH ATLANTIC REGION - NCAA REGIONAL RANKINGS - November 11, 2019

Rank

School
. Div. III .
Record
. Div. III .
SOS

 . R-v-R .
. Overall .
Record
. Prev. .
Rank
1.
Washington and Lee
15-2-3
0.594
4-1-2
15-2-3
1
2.
Mary Washington
13-3-4
0.636
2-2-3
13-3-4
3
3.
Christopher Newport
13-2-4
0.603
2-2-3
13-2-4
2
4.
Rowan
11-5-3
0.621
3-1-2
11-5-3
6
5.
Centre
16-3-1
0.577
3-3-0
16-3-1
4
6.
Roanoke
13-2-3
0.555
1-1-2
14-2-3
7
7.
Oglethorpe
14-4-0
0.567
2-3-0
14-4-0
8
8.
Ramapo
11-2-5
0.581
1-1-0
11-2-5
5

12
Men's soccer / Re: Liberty League
« on: November 11, 2019, 03:46:16 pm »
EAST REGION - NCAA REGIONAL RANKINGS - November 11, 2019

Rank

School
. Div. III .
Record
. Div. III .
SOS

 . R-v-R .
. Overall .
Record
. Prev. .
Rank
1.
RPI
14-2-3
0.580
6-2-2
14-2-3
1
2.
Rochester
11-5-1
0.571
4-3-0
11-5-1
3
3.
Hobart
14-4-2
0.562
5-3-1
14-4-2
4
4.
Ithaca
12-5-2
0.564
3-3-1
12-5-2
2
5.
Oneonta State
17-2-0
0.557
4-1-0
17-2-0
6
6.
Vassar
9-6-2
0.582
2-3-0
9-7-2
5
7.
Clarkson
11-5-4
0.556
4-2-3
11-5-4
8
8.
Plattsburgh State
11-8-0
0.585
1-6-0
11-8-0
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13
Men's soccer / Re: Mid-Atlantic Region
« on: November 11, 2019, 10:11:30 am »
We are just over five and a half hours away from knowing for sure, but who do you think hosts in the mid-Atlantic for the first two rounds this weekend? Seems like Hopkins will host and I could see catholic being sent up to Baltimore with two weaker teams and F&M hosting with messiah and two weaker teams.

Messiah can't host since Messiah women host first weekend. But you will not see F&M playing Messiah the first weekend I doubt. They are both top 3  in the regional rankings so I don't think they would meet until sweet 16 if both are still alive. Perhaps a team like Eastern plays one of them first weekend. Messiah may end up in upstate NY which is common in recent years. Rochester, Hobart, Ithaca. Would be nice to get a crack at any of these teams given first weekend of the year losses to Hobart and Ithaca and last year elite 8 loss to Rochester. We will see soon enough.

Yes they may get sent to NY but doubt they would play a team they already played this year in the opening round. I believe the committee does their best to avoid pairing teams who have already played until at least the second weekend. Definitely not in the first round game and rarely in the second round games but usually for the regions out west.

I have never heard or read of any attempt to avoid re-matches of regular season games.  They try to avoid pairing members of the same conference in the first round.  In fact, and I'd have to look up if it was approved and for what time-frame, but their was a proposal for a pilot to not just try, but to guarantee that conference members do not play in round one.  Obviously out west, absolutely not allowing conference members to meet in the first round could potentially increase travel costs, but I think that is what they want to see in the pilot.

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Men's soccer / Re: NESCAC
« on: November 06, 2019, 02:19:29 pm »
NEW ENGLAND REGION - NCAA REGIONAL RANKINGS - November 06, 2019

Rank

School
. Div. III .
Record
. Div. III .
SOS

 . R-v-R .
. Overall .
Record
. Prev. .
Rank
1.
Amherst
14-0-2
0.582
4-0-2
14-0-2
1
2.
Tufts
12-2-2
0.595
6-2-0
12-2-2
2
3.
Connecticut College
10-3-3
0.603
3-3-3
10-3-3
3
4.
Williams
8-3-5
0.580
4-3-2
8-3-5
6
5.
WPI
11-2-4
0.576
1-1-3
11-2-4
8
6.
Middlebury
7-2-7
0.614
1-2-4
7-2-7
4
7.
Babson
12-5-2
0.557
2-5-1
12-5-2
7
8.
Brandeis
9-5-4
0.581
1-4-1
9-5-4
5
9.
Endicott
11-5-2
0.545
1-3-0
11-5-2
11
10.
Bates
9-6-1
0.565
1-5-0
9-6-1
9
11.
Eastern Connecticut
16-2-0
0.493
3-1-0
16-2-0
12
12.
Keene State
13-6-0
0.540
0-3-0
13-6-0
10

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Men's soccer / Re: MIAA 2019 Season
« on: November 06, 2019, 02:17:47 pm »
CENTRAL REGION - NCAA REGIONAL RANKINGS - November 06, 2019

Rank

School
. Div. III .
Record
. Div. III .
SOS

 . R-v-R .
. Overall .
Record
. Prev. .
Rank
1.
Calvin
17-1-0
0.574
4-1-0
18-1-0
1
2.
Chicago
10-1-5
0.638
5-1-3
10-1-5
2
3.
North Park
13-4-1
0.607
3-3-1
13-4-1
3
4.
Kalamazoo
10-3-2
0.569
3-2-0
11-3-2
4
5.
North Central (Ill.)
11-5-2
0.580
2-2-0
11-5-2
5
6.
Wheaton (Ill.)
10-4-4
0.597
1-3-2
10-4-4
6
7.
Hope
13-5-0
0.573
1-4-0
13-5-0
7

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