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d3baseballnut:

--- Quote from: HeyScots on May 17, 2010, 03:03:35 pm ---Is it just me or does the Central region not seem that tough at all when compared to the other regions?

--- End quote ---

This is normal. The central is a weaker region.

The regionals ranked in difficulty:

1. Mideast
2. West
3. Midwest
4. Mid-Atlantic
5. New England
6. South
7. New York
8. Central

JohnnyU:
    Avg Win%    Avg SOS
C      0.72             0.51
MA    0.75             0.54
ME    0.75             0.53
MW   0.76             0.53
NE    0.76             0.52
NY    0.72             0.53
S      0.66             0.52
W     0.81             0.51

These numbers reflect how good a region is top to bottom. So for example, Lagrange and Bridgewater really bring down the South. These numbers would rank the regions like this:

1. W
2. MW
3. NE
4. MA
5. ME
6. NY
7. C
8. S

CrashDavisD3:

--- Quote from: JohnnyU on May 17, 2010, 03:58:40 pm ---    Avg Win%    Avg SOS
C      0.72             0.51
MA    0.75             0.54
ME    0.75             0.53
MW   0.76             0.53
NE    0.76             0.52
NY    0.72             0.53
S      0.66             0.52
W     0.81             0.51

These numbers reflect how good a region is top to bottom. So for example, Lagrange and Bridgewater really bring down the South. These numbers would rank the regions like this:

1. W
2. MW
3. NE
4. MA
5. ME
6. NY
7. C
8. S

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Another good reason Mississippi should have been sent to South.

HeyScots:
Central- Rose Hulman (the only team i know in the region)
Mid-Atlantic- Johns Hopkins
MIdeast- Wooster
Midwest- St. Thomas
New England- Western New England
New York- Cortland State
South- Shenandoah
West- Chapman

Dr. Acula:
Central:  RHIT
Mid-Atl:  Johns Hopkins
Mid-East:  Berg
Midwest:  UWW
NE:  ECSU
NY:  Cortland
South:  Shenandoah
West:  Chapman

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