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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 #465 on: March 16, 2011, 10:52:36 am »
Would that be McMurry (TX) or MacMurray (IA) ?

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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #466 on: March 16, 2011, 11:11:46 am »
Would that be McMurry (TX) or MacMurray (IA) ?

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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #467 on: March 16, 2011, 02:08:12 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.
You indeed are correct. IF Chapman does not win its Regional Games it could be sitting home at playoff time
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Remember in 2009 Chapman had a horrible record against the SCIAC teams but got to the regional, won the regional finished in 3rd place in DIII championship series one win away from the National Championship game. Chapman is competing with POOL B teams not any POOL A teams for a spot. So if they win enough to get in as a POOL B bid team is all that counts. Right now UDallas and Chapman are competing for the top spot in Pool B with UDallas on top. There will be at least 3 Pool B bids so Chapman just has to finish in TOP 3 in POOL B.
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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #468 on: March 20, 2011, 11:51:30 pm »
Here is what I think is the current standings in the West.  I am not 100% positive on this due to simple human error and I also saw on the d3 site it had Dallas Christian listed as in-region games for Trinity.  Either way, this might give a little preview but there are a lot of games still to be played.
UT-Tyler 1.00%
Linfield .923%
Redlands .769%
Trinity .762%
Hardin-Simmons .722%
Cal Lutheran .705%
Pomona-Pitzer .700%
George Fox .667%
Concordia .650%
Univ. of Dallas .645%
Chapman .645%
Texas Lutheran .631%
La Verne .600%
« Last Edit: March 21, 2011, 12:17:27 am by Jack Parkman »

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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #469 on: March 21, 2011, 12:10:06 am »
Here is what I think is the current standings in the West.  I am not 100% positive on this due to simple human error and I also saw on the d3 site it had Dallas Christian listed as in-region games for Trinity.  Either way, this might give a little preview but there are a lot of games still to be played.
UT-Tyler 1.00%
Linfield .923%
Trinity .792%
Redlands .769%
Hardin-Simmons .722%
Cal Lutheran .705%
Pomona-Pitzer .700%
George Fox .667%
Concordia .650%
Univ. of Dallas .645%
Chapman .645%
Texas Lutheran .631%
La Verne .600%
I have notified Jim Dixon about Trinity's in-region games.  Dallas Christian x3, De Sales x 2 and Cardinal Stritch x1 are not in-region.

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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #470 on: March 21, 2011, 12:19:48 am »
Here is what I think is the current standings in the West.  I am not 100% positive on this due to simple human error and I also saw on the d3 site it had Dallas Christian listed as in-region games for Trinity.  Either way, this might give a little preview but there are a lot of games still to be played.
UT-Tyler 1.00%
Linfield .923%
Trinity .792%
Redlands .769%
Hardin-Simmons .722%
Cal Lutheran .705%
Pomona-Pitzer .700%
George Fox .667%
Concordia .650%
Univ. of Dallas .645%
Chapman .645%
Texas Lutheran .631%
La Verne .600%
I have notified Jim Dixon about Trinity's in-region games.  Dallas Christian x3, De Sales x 2 and Cardinal Stritch x1 are not in-region.

That would change Trinity and Redlands as they would swap the 3/4 slot.  That change is now reflected above.


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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #471 on: March 21, 2011, 01:29:31 pm »
1-UT-Tyler 1.00%
2-Linfield .923%
3-Trinity .792%
4-Redlands .769%
5-Hardin-Simmons .722%
6-Cal Lutheran .705%
7-Pomona-Pitzer .700%
8-George Fox .667%
9-Concordia .650%
10-Univ. of Dallas .645%
11-Chapman .645%
12-Texas Lutheran .631%
13-La Verne .600%

Still lots of baseball left but here is pure speculation based upon above information. But this will indeed change

UT Tyler(ASC Pool A)
Linfield(NWC Pool A)
Trinity(SCAC Pool A)
Redlands(SCIAC Pool A)
Hardin-Simmons(ASC Pool C) or Chapman(IND Pool B) or UDallas(IND Pool B)
Cal Lutheran(SCIAC Pool C) or George Fox(NWC Pool C) or Pomona Pitzer(Pool C)

Hmmm lets check back in 2 weeks and see how this may change. As always it will go down to the last few days to decide this.
« Last Edit: March 21, 2011, 03:28:40 pm by CrashDavisD3 »
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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #472 on: March 21, 2011, 09:41:40 pm »
1. UT-Tyler 21-0, 19-0 (in region)
2. Linfield 14-4, 12-1 (in region)
3. Trinity 21-5, 16-5 (in region)
4. Hardin-Simmons 17-5, 13-5 (in region)
5. Redlands 15-6, 10-3 (in region)
6. Pomona-Pitzer 17-6, 14-6 (in region)
7. George Fox 14-5, 9-4 (in region)
8. Cal Lutheran 15-7, 11-5 (in region)
9. Texas Lutheran 15-9, 13-6 (in region)
10. Concordia Texas 13-9, 13-7 (in region)
11. Chapman 16-5, 9-5 (in region)
12. University of Dallas 16-6, 9-5 (in region)
13. La Verne 13-10, 12-8 (in region)

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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #473 on: March 21, 2011, 11:00:51 pm »
1. UT-Tyler 21-0, 19-0 (in region)
2. Linfield 14-4, 12-1 (in region)
3. Trinity 21-5, 16-5 (in region)
4. Hardin-Simmons 17-5, 13-5 (in region)
5. Redlands 15-6, 10-3 (in region)
6. Pomona-Pitzer 17-6, 14-6 (in region)
7. George Fox 14-5, 9-4 (in region)
8. Cal Lutheran 15-7, 11-5 (in region)
9. Texas Lutheran 15-9, 13-6 (in region)
10. Concordia Texas 13-9, 13-7 (in region)
11. Chapman 16-5, 9-5 (in region)
12. University of Dallas 16-6, 9-5 (in region)
13. La Verne 13-10, 12-8 (in region)

I went by the d3baseball.com list of each teams in-region games.  You have a few different numbers than I do but either of us could be right or wrong.  I have Tyler at 21-0 in region.  George Fox changed since last night and you have the right record.  I have Cal Lutheran at 12-5 in-region.  I think those are the only changes but like I said, there is a darn good chance I am wrong on some of this stuff.

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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #474 on: March 22, 2011, 11:21:27 am »
1. UT-Tyler 21-0, 19-0 (in region)
2. Linfield 14-4, 12-1 (in region)
3. Trinity 21-5, 16-5 (in region)
4. Hardin-Simmons 17-5, 13-5 (in region)
5. Redlands 15-6, 10-3 (in region)
6. Pomona-Pitzer 17-6, 14-6 (in region)
7. George Fox 14-5, 9-4 (in region)
8. Cal Lutheran 15-7, 11-5 (in region)
9. Texas Lutheran 15-9, 13-6 (in region)
10. Concordia Texas 13-9, 13-7 (in region)
11. Chapman 16-5, 9-5 (in region)
12. University of Dallas 16-6, 9-5 (in region)
13. La Verne 13-10, 12-8 (in region)

I went by the d3baseball.com list of each teams in-region games.  You have a few different numbers than I do but either of us could be right or wrong.  I have Tyler at 21-0 in region.  George Fox changed since last night and you have the right record.  I have Cal Lutheran at 12-5 in-region.  I think those are the only changes but like I said, there is a darn good chance I am wrong on some of this stuff.
Trinity is 16-4 in Region.  The Birmingham Southern games dont count as in-region since it wasn't a conference game.  They beat Dallas Christian x2 and DeSales x2, went 1-1 v Birmingham Southern. 

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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #475 on: March 22, 2011, 12:18:20 pm »
1. UT-Tyler 21-0, 19-0 (in region)
2. Linfield 14-4, 12-1 (in region)
3. Trinity 21-5, 16-5 (in region)
4. Hardin-Simmons 17-5, 13-5 (in region)
5. Redlands 15-6, 10-3 (in region)
6. Pomona-Pitzer 17-6, 14-6 (in region)
7. George Fox 14-5, 9-4 (in region)
8. Cal Lutheran 15-7, 11-5 (in region)
9. Texas Lutheran 15-9, 13-6 (in region)
10. Concordia Texas 13-9, 13-7 (in region)
11. Chapman 16-5, 9-5 (in region)
12. University of Dallas 16-6, 9-5 (in region)
13. La Verne 13-10, 12-8 (in region)

I went by the d3baseball.com list of each teams in-region games.  You have a few different numbers than I do but either of us could be right or wrong.  I have Tyler at 21-0 in region.  George Fox changed since last night and you have the right record.  I have Cal Lutheran at 12-5 in-region.  I think those are the only changes but like I said, there is a darn good chance I am wrong on some of this stuff.
Trinity is 16-4 in Region.  The Birmingham Southern games dont count as in-region since it wasn't a conference game.  They beat Dallas Christian x2 and DeSales x2, went 1-1 v Birmingham Southern. 

If that is the case, Trinity would be 15-4 according to the way the in-region games are labeled.  I pretty much give up because I obviously don't have he correct information or I am making mistakes.  I am only going by what the schedules on this site say.

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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #476 on: March 22, 2011, 07:55:51 pm »
1. UT-Tyler 21-0, 19-0 (in region)
2. Linfield 14-4, 12-1 (in region)
3. Trinity 21-5, 16-5 (in region)
4. Hardin-Simmons 17-5, 13-5 (in region)
5. Redlands 15-6, 10-3 (in region)
6. Pomona-Pitzer 17-6, 14-6 (in region)
7. George Fox 14-5, 9-4 (in region)
8. Cal Lutheran 15-7, 11-5 (in region)
9. Texas Lutheran 15-9, 13-6 (in region)
10. Concordia Texas 13-9, 13-7 (in region)
11. Chapman 16-5, 9-5 (in region)
12. University of Dallas 16-6, 9-5 (in region)
13. La Verne 13-10, 12-8 (in region)

I went by the d3baseball.com list of each teams in-region games.  You have a few different numbers than I do but either of us could be right or wrong.  I have Tyler at 21-0 in region.  George Fox changed since last night and you have the right record.  I have Cal Lutheran at 12-5 in-region.  I think those are the only changes but like I said, there is a darn good chance I am wrong on some of this stuff.
Trinity is 16-4 in Region.  The Birmingham Southern games dont count as in-region since it wasn't a conference game.  They beat Dallas Christian x2 and DeSales x2, went 1-1 v Birmingham Southern. 

If that is the case, Trinity would be 15-4 according to the way the in-region games are labeled.  I pretty much give up because I obviously don't have he correct information or I am making mistakes.  I am only going by what the schedules on this site say.

Jack -
I think the following information may be helpful in clarifying what is defined as an "in region" game:  On the home page, go to the "Contact" tab.  Select the "FAQ" option, followed by the "NCAA Tournament" link.  Refer to question #4.

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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #477 on: March 22, 2011, 09:19:56 pm »
I have read that 100 times but I took all of my information directly from the team schedules on this site.  No biggie at all.

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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #478 on: March 23, 2011, 08:43:15 am »
you can go ahead and remove Trinity from any discussion of a pool C birth now with the loss the Hardin-Simmons last night.  I think TU is 3-4 in their last 7, with 5 in-region losses.  Assuming they dont win the SCAC they will have at least 7 in-region losses, which is going to be tough to get a pool C bid with. 

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Re: BB: Just Some Guy's West Region Rankings
« Reply #479 on: March 23, 2011, 08:49:32 am »
West Regionals in Abilene, TX at McMurry Univ, Walt Driggers Field