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Chapman vs Linfield

Chapman splits 4 games with Linfield
2 (40%)
Linfield sweeps
1 (20%)
Chapman sweeps
0 (0%)
Linfield takes 3 of 4
0 (0%)
Chapman takes 3 of 4
2 (40%)

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Offline Ron Boerger

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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #450 on: April 13, 2010, 10:57:58 am »
SCAC - Trinity is the only one in this region but they have Brimingham So., Millsaps, and Rhodes to compete with - so their road is difficult

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SCAC -- TU looks strong, but Birmingham-Southern is not eligible for SCAC post-season or the NCAA's.  Games vs BSC do get counted towards in-region records.


Since Trinity is in the SCAC-W and BSC/Rhodes are in the SCAC-E, the only time they'd play Rhodes would be at the conference championships; B-SC is similarly not on the regular season schedule.   Millsaps comes to town this weekend for three; if Trinity loses more than one, it could harm their chances of a pool C bid should they not win the AQ in the tourney.   A Wednesday game vs. Texas Lutheran is also a must-win. 

B-SC is worth keeping your eyes on next year when they're eligible ... they've built a strong program so far. 

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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #451 on: April 13, 2010, 11:16:39 am »
 WEST REGION TEAMS from TOP 25 Poll
2 Chapman (1) 22-5 573
10 Pomona-Pitzer 24-7 365
11 Redlands 26-4 339
16 Mississippi College 26-6 232
19 Trinity (Texas) 26-7 145
20 Pacific Lutheran 23-6 126
23 Texas-Tyler 26-8 79

Others receiving votes: Texas Lutheran 10,Linfield 5
 
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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #452 on: April 20, 2010, 12:41:11 am »
West Region Teams April 19, 2010
# School  Rec. Pts
http://www.d3baseball.com/top25/2010/week-8
4 Chapman 24-7 489
12 Pomona-Pitzer 26-8 324
13 Mississippi College 28-7 280
15 Redlands 27-6 247
19 Trinity (Texas) 28-7 173
20 Pacific Lutheran 27-7 154
25 Texas-Tyler 28-10 48
29 Linfield 24-10 17
30 Texas Lutheran 26-10 
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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #453 on: April 27, 2010, 10:43:53 am »
West Region teams in this weeks poll
Through games of April 25, 2010

 # School (No. 1 votes) Rec. Pts
6 Chapman 25-8 489
9 Pomona-Pitzer 28-8 394
10 Mississippi College 32-7 377
14 Trinity (Texas) 32-7 297
16 Pacific Lutheran 30-7 209
20 Texas-Tyler 30-10 110
24 Redlands 27-8 75

Others receiving votes: Linfield 47, Texas Lutheran 30

It will be interesting how this compares to NCAA region rankings released later this week.
 
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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #454 on: April 28, 2010, 09:38:21 am »
West Region teams in this weeks poll
Through games of April 25, 2010

 # School (No. 1 votes) Rec. Pts
6 Chapman 25-8 489
9 Pomona-Pitzer 28-8 394
10 Mississippi College 32-7 377
14 Trinity (Texas) 32-7 297
16 Pacific Lutheran 30-7 209
20 Texas-Tyler 30-10 110
24 Redlands 27-8 75

Others receiving votes: Linfield 47, Texas Lutheran 30

It will be interesting how this compares to NCAA region rankings released later this week.
Linfield will be much higher in the RR.

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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #455 on: May 03, 2010, 09:07:25 pm »
The West Region Rankings are going to be shaken up after this past weekend.

In:
1. Chapman - good record good schedule
2. Pomona Pitzer - winner of SCIAC
3. Linfield - winner of NWC
4. Trinity - winner of SCAC
5. winner of ASC tournament
6. Pool C

Here is the interesting stuff:

Pac Lutheran 23-10 (in region)
1-3 vs. Linfield, 2-0 vs Cal Lutheran and LaVerne,  2-1 vs. George Fox - may have played themselves out with the Linfield sweep.

The Redlands 23-9 (in region)
2-2 vs. Pomona, 3-1 vs. Cal Lutheran, 3-1 vs. LaVerne - their weekend likely depends on how they do vs. Champan.  If they win the series, I think they get the bid.  That is a big if.  Even if they only win 1 they might still get in.

Mississippi College 30-4 (in region)
If this team does not win, I think they are still in, but regardless of victory will likely play in a different regional.  This still leaves two spots open if this happens.

Texas Lutheran 28-11 (in region)
2-0 vs. UT-Tyler, 0-2 vs. Trinity, 2-0 vs. UT-Dallas - not sure how this team gets an at-large with 2 more losses.  They may have to win it all and the ASC has only received one at-large ever.

UT-Tyler 28-9 (in region)
if they get to the championship game, maybe.  But losses to TLU and UMHB and Miss. Coll. may hurt in the long run.

Much depends on the results of the ASC this weekend and the Redlands vs. Chapman series.  My guess is one of the west coast teams gets in before a Texas team.  Who knows, maybe this year the west regional gets another spot.  If Miss. Coll. wins it and two bids are open then it would probably be the two west coast teams. 

I don't know what will happen, but history tells us the west coast teams will get the bids.

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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #456 on: May 03, 2010, 09:58:34 pm »
Pool C bids are handed out nationally, not regionally. Just because the west gets and 8-team regional (or 7 team regional) does not mean the extra teams come from the west. The 15 teams the NCAA sees as most desreving nationally get the bids... they could leave the west out all together or give the west seven bids... who knows?
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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #457 on: February 15, 2011, 02:19:06 am »
My Rankings in the West this week 2/14/2010

1) Pomona 8-0
2) Linfield 4-0
3) George Fox 4-0
4) Texas-Tyler 3-0
5) Trinity 4-1
6) Louisana College 6-1
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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #458 on: February 16, 2011, 11:44:33 pm »
Great to see Linfield and George Fox pitching it well.

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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #459 on: February 27, 2011, 10:48:59 am »
Most Wins in the West

SCIAC Pomona 12-2  
ASC Texas-Tyler 11-0
SCAC Trinity-Texas 11-1  
NWC George Fox 9-0  
ASC Louisana College 9-4
IND UDallas 7-2
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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #460 on: March 14, 2011, 02:17:27 pm »
1 Texas-Tyler 18-0
2 Trinity (Texas) 18-3
3 Chapman 12-4
4 Linfield 10-4
5 Redlands 12-4
6 UDallas 14-5
7 CalLu 12-6
8 George Fox 11-4
9 Pomona-Pitzer 14-6
10 Hardin-Simmons 13-5

 
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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #461 on: March 15, 2011, 12:07:17 am »
1 Texas-Tyler 18-0
2 Trinity (Texas) 18-3
3 Chapman 12-4 13-4
4 Linfield 10-4
5 Redlands 12-4
6 UDallas 14-5
7 CalLu 12-6
8 George Fox 11-4
9 Pomona-Pitzer 14-6
10 Hardin-Simmons 13-5

 
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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #462 on: March 15, 2011, 03:21:57 pm »
1 Texas-Tyler 18-0
2 Trinity (Texas) 18-3
3 Chapman 12-4 13-4
4 Linfield 10-4
5 Redlands 12-4
6 UDallas 14-5
7 CalLu 12-6
8 George Fox 11-4
9 Pomona-Pitzer 14-6
10 Hardin-Simmons 13-5

 

I find it hard to believe that Chapman would be #3 in the West.  They are 7-4 in West region games and those teams are under .500 combined.  McMurry and Whittier do not help the cause, and Pomona doesn't seem to be what I thought they would be.  Obviously their opponents get a lot tougher coming up but at this point, I don't see them up there.

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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #463 on: March 16, 2011, 02:00:45 am »
Just wondering without researching....where are the West Regionals this year.?

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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #464 on: March 16, 2011, 03:43:51 am »
Just wondering without researching....where are the West Regionals this year.?

McMurray I think.