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Re: West Region Independent Schedule
« Reply #120 on: January 27, 2013, 06:19:19 pm »
Here's a link to KnightSlappy's blog page where he has done some marvelous work on regional rankings pre-NCAA:

http://tomaroonandgold.blogspot.com/p/2010-2011-d3-mens-regional-rankings.html


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Re: West Region Independent Schedule
« Reply #121 on: January 27, 2013, 11:20:30 pm »
Yeah. Ive read his work before. Great stuff and way above my pay scale! Im just a part timer.  ::). I just threw my post out there because I had some spare time!
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Re: West Region Independent Schedule
« Reply #122 on: January 28, 2013, 01:27:41 am »
His work is impressive. I'm just glad that the regional committees are allowed some leeway as long as they are operating within the selection/ranking criteria. It would be a shame to see Buena Vista or Luther or even UWW ranked ahead of Whitworth when its all said and done  ;)

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Re: West Region Independent Schedule
« Reply #123 on: February 03, 2013, 01:18:26 am »
Updated

1. St. Thomas 20-1...status quo...topped Augsburg
2. Whitworth 20-1...status quo
3. Stevens Point 18-4...lost to Platteville and La Crosse
4. Whitewater 17-4...beat La Crosse and St. Norb's
5. Stout 17-4...beat Platteville
6. Augsburg 15-5...lost to St. Thomas again
7. Luther 15-5
8. Buena Vista 16-5
9. Platteville 15-7...beat Point, lost to Stout
10. La Crosse 14-7...beat Point, lost to Whitewater
11. Northwestern (MN) 15-6...lost to Crown
12. Redlands 15-5
« Last Edit: February 03, 2013, 01:31:51 am by Greek Tragedy »
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Re: West Region Independent Schedule
« Reply #124 on: January 29, 2018, 04:39:48 pm »
Here is the top of the standings for each of the West Region Conferences. Teams that are out of contention for an at large bid are in red. If the team has a SOS below .500 or 6 losses already I counted them out of the running (given if you don't get the AQ bid you will take at least one more loss in the conference playoffs). Thanks to sac for the idea, as he did this in the GL Region thread.

NWC   
1   Whitman (19-0, 10-0, SOS 0.510)
2   Whitworth (17-2, 9-1, SOS 0.521)
3   Linfield (13-5, 7-3, SOS 0.459)
4   Puget Sound (12-6, 5-5, SOS 0.540)
   
UMAC   
1   Bethany Lutheran (13-7, 9-2, SOS 0.459)
2   St. Schoalstica (12-7, 8-3, SOS 0.438)
3   Minnesota Morris (9-10, 7-3, SOS 0.475)
4   Northwestern (9-10, 7-3 SOS 0.448)

   
SCIAC   
1   Occidental (16-2, 9-0, SOS 0.426)
2   Claremont MS (10-7, 8-1, SOS 0.486)
3   Pomona-Pitzer (8-10, 6-3, SOS 0.469)
4   Chapman (13-6, 6-4, SOS 0.432)

   
IIAC   
T1   Nebraska Wesleyan (17-3, 8-3, SOS 0.489)
T1   Buena Vista (15-5, 8-3, SOS 0.516)
T1   Loras (15-5, 8-3, SOS 0.524)
4   Simpson (10-9, 6-5, SOS 0.610)
   
MIAC   
1   St. John's (16-1, 12-0, SOS 0.522)
2   St. Olaf (13-5, 9-4, SOS 0.522)
3   Carelton (10-7, 8-4, SOS 0.528)
T4   Augsburg (14-5, 9-5, SOS 0.519)
T4   Bethel (14-5, 9-5, SOS 0.507)

There is a good chance that the West region could have just one Pool C bid. There are a handful of IIAC/MIAC teams holding on to a Pool C chance for dear life with 5 losses and SOS numbers projected to be around the .500-.525 area. Obviously much more than just SOS and WP go into the selection process but I kept it simple here.

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Re: West Region Independent Schedule
« Reply #125 on: March 21, 2018, 11:52:56 am »
What a year for the West!! We had 7 of the 25 players named to the d3hoops.com All-American team, that was the most of any region (Central had 6 and Great Lakes had 5), 3 of which were named to the first team! A couple of these selections were pleasant surprises to me, but they all had great seasons and deserving of the All-American selection.

Not to mention that Dale Wellman was the National Coach of the year! Oh yeah.. and his NWU Prairie Wolves won some important game that was played in Salem, VA this past Saturday!  ;D ;)'

http://www.d3hoops.com/awards/all-americans/men/2018
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Player of the Year: Nate Axelrod, G, Ohio Wesleyan
Rookie of the Year: Spencer Levi, F, University of Dallas
Coach of the Year: Dale Wellman, Nebraska Wesleyan

First team
G   Nate Axelrod   Ohio Wesleyan   Sr   Dublin, Ohio
G   Michael Scarlett   Claremont-Mudd-Scripps   Sr.   Irvine, Calif.
G   Kyle Roach   Whitworth   Jr.   Marinwood, Calif.

F   Andrew Sanders   Washington (Mo.)   Sr.   Tampa, Fla.
F   Collin Olmscheid   Augsburg   Sr.   Buffalo, Minn.

Second team   
G   Jalen Adams   Olivet   Sr.   Saginaw, Mich.
G   Jake Ross   Springfield   So.   Northampton, Mass.
G   Aston Francis   Wheaton (Ill.)   Jr.   Tyler, Texas
F   Jaqhawn Walters   Albertus Magnus   Sr.   Hartford, Conn.
C   Ryan Bruns   Ohio Northern   Jr.   Chickasaw, Ohio

Third team   
G   Robert Duax   UW-Platteville   Jr.   Dubuque, Iowa
G   Marcus Myers   Aurora   Sr.   Milwaukee, Wis.
G   Cam Fails   Hanover   Jr.   Mason, Ohio
F   Alex Sorenson   North Central (Ill.)   Sr.   Dunlap, Ill.
F   Tyheim Monroe   Cabrini   Sr.   Philadelphia, Pa.

Fourth team   
G   Jack Daly   Middlebury   Sr.   Eastchester, N.Y.
G   Nolan Ebel   Augustana   Jr.   Denver, Colo.
G   CD Douglas   Minnesota-Morris   Sr.   Marshall, Minn.
F   Sam Toney   New Jersey City   So.   Plainfield, N.J.
C   Chad Roy   Wittenberg   Sr.   Toledo, Ohio

Honorable mention   
G   Tim Howell   Whitman   Sr.   Calabasas, Calif.
G   Brandon Federici   Franklin & Marshall   Sr.   Morganville, N.J.
F   Ryan Garver   Nebraska Wesleyan   Jr.   Lincoln, Neb.
F   Jonathan Patron   Plattsburgh State   Jr.   Huntington, N.Y.
F   Kevin Grow   Carleton   Sr.   Circle Pines, Minn.

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Re: West Region Independent Schedule
« Reply #126 on: March 21, 2018, 02:13:53 pm »
It amuses me that it took 5 years for someone to post in here after I did...when the WIAC was in the West Region!
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« Reply #127 on: March 21, 2018, 07:04:44 pm »
Yeah first time I posted in here this season I read a couple posts back and had a good laugh... it has been awhile for this thread, that is for sure!

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Re: West Region Independent Schedule
« Reply #128 on: March 22, 2018, 12:06:04 pm »


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