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NCAA Regional Rankings - October 19
« on: October 19, 2011, 03:53:47 pm »
October 19, 2011
NCAA Division III Women's Regional Rankings
Through matches of Sunday, Oct. 16, 2011

  RANK    SCHOOL        IN-REGION      OVERALL   
NEW ENGLAND (data sheet)
1
  Amherst     
11-0
11-0
2
  Williams     
9-1-1
9-2-1
3
  Middlebury     
8-3-1
8-3-1
4
  Springfield     
9-3-1
9-3-1
5
  Wheaton (Mass.)     
11-2-2
11-2-2
6
  Worcester State     
10-3-1
10-3-1
7
  Westfield State     
10-3-1
10-3-1
8
  Tufts     
6-4-2
6-4-2
9
  Wesleyan (Conn.)     
7-4
7-4
10
  Keene State     
11-5
11-5
11
  MIT     
8-3-2
8-3-2
12
  Babson     
11-1-1
11-2-1
EAST (data sheet)
1
  William Smith     
10-0-1
12-0-1
2
  Skidmore     
10-4
10-4
3
  SUNY Cortland     
10-4-1
10-4-1
4
  Stevens Institute of Technology     
9-3-1
9-3-2
5
  Ithaca     
7-2-2
8-2-2
6
  St. Lawrence     
6-3-3
6-3-3
7
  Union (N.Y.)     
12-2-1
12-2-1
8
  Farmingdale State     
10-2-2
12-2-2
MID-ATLANTIC (data sheet)
1
  Messiah     
10-0-1
12-0-1
2
  Johns Hopkins     
11-0
13-0
3
  Arcadia     
9-3-1
9-3-1
4
  Swarthmore     
8-5
8-5
5
  Scranton     
8-2-3
8-2-3
6
  Haverford     
7-1-4
8-1-4
7
  Misericordia     
7-3-2
8-3-2
8
  Lebanon Valley     
8-4-3
9-4-3
SOUTH ATLANTIC (data sheet)
1
  Emory     
9-0-1
11-0-2
2
  Rowan     
9-2
9-3
3
  TCNJ     
9-1-1
9-2-1
4
  Lynchburg     
12-2-1
13-2-1
5
  Virginia Wesleyan     
11-1
14-1
6
  Kean     
9-2-3
9-2-3
7
  Roanoke     
10-4-1
10-4-1
8
  Salisbury     
10-3-2
10-3-2
9
  Frostburg State     
10-2-1
12-2-1
GREAT LAKES (data sheet)
1
  Ohio Northern     
11-0-1
11-1-2
2
  Case Western Reserve     
10-2-2
10-2-2
3
  Carnegie Mellon     
8-4
8-5
4
  Centre     
8-3-1
8-3-1
5
  Transylvania     
9-2
11-2
6
  Earlham     
8-4-1
8-4-1
7
  Kenyon     
9-3-1
9-4-1
CENTRAL (data sheet)
1
  Wheaton (Ill.)     
12-0-1
14-0-1
2
  Washington-St. Louis     
10-3
11-3
3
  Illinois Wesleyan     
9-1-1
10-2-1
4
  Chicago     
6-4-2
7-4-2
5
  Augustana (Ill.)     
10-4-1
10-4-1
6
  Adrian     
10-4
11-4
NORTH (data sheet)
1
  Wartburg     
10-1-2
11-1-2
2
  Loras     
11-1-1
12-2-1
3
  Concordia-Moorhead     
8-1-4
8-1-4
4
  St. Olaf     
9-2-3
9-2-3
5
  Wisconsin-Stout     
8-1-1
9-1-1
6
  Wisconsin-Whitewater     
9-4-1
9-4-1
7
  Wisconsin-Eau Claire     
8-4-2
9-4-2
8
  St. Benedict     
7-4-1
8-5-1
WEST (data sheet)
1
  Trinity (Texas)     
13-0
14-0
2
  Hardin-Simmons     
10-1
12-1
3
  Cal Lutheran     
15-1
15-1
4
  Redlands     
8-4
8-4-1
5
  Puget Sound     
9-2-2
9-2-2
6
  Concordia University Texas     
7-4
10-4
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Re: NCAA Regional Rankings - October 19
« Reply #1 on: October 19, 2011, 06:21:17 pm »
Chris,

Are the NCAA rankings strictly based on a mathematical formula?
The data sheet seems to lay out numeric factors, but it doesn't take the next step and rank the teams based on the numbers.  How do they end up ranking the teams?

Thanks for the info!
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Re: NCAA Regional Rankings - October 19
« Reply #2 on: October 20, 2011, 11:30:28 am »
The data sheets are a year old. Both the dates show 2010 and the data form my daughters school is a year old.

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Re: NCAA Regional Rankings - October 19
« Reply #3 on: October 20, 2011, 06:05:06 pm »
I think the data sheets are current now, but until the final NCAA numbers are out in a couple of weeks I am not sure what they really mean.  I think this weekend I will find a local sports bar, sit at the bar, order a beer and bump and say "so, how about those NCAA Women's Soccer Regional Rankings."  It's a hard way to pick a fight but I will see what I can do. ;)