All 70 NCAA Men’s D1 Teams along with their Pre-Season Rating (e.g. Air Force’s Rating is 450) and the 1,000 Points that every team starts with. For the first five weeks of the season, each team has a rank and points. After Week Five and before Week Six, each team’s current point total becomes their
The Ranking of the D1 Men’s Lacrosse teams that we use is a combination of Massey Ratings and KRACH/Z-Ratings. Before showing our pre-season rankings, it’s important to recognize that the difference between the majority of the ratings is relatively subtle. For example, this is a match-up of the Massey and KRACH/Z-Ratings: Massey KRACH/Z-Ratings 2 Maryland
This is Villanova’s Points after Game 14 but before FanLax has changed Villanova’s pre-season ranking to their new, Week Six “pre-season ranking”. Villanova, like every team, started the season with 1,000 points. And, when you look at each individual team, you will see that every team starts with 1,000 points. With this said, until Week
FORUM: Change Line-up, Comment, or Otherwise UPDATED: 2018 Rosters and Player Points • 2018 Leading Scorers • 2018 Standings FINALS: Game Predictions 2018 – FanLax Finals 16 Stegmakk vs. Matnum PI 11 Stegmakk vs. Matnum PI – Alex Trippi FR A UNC Justin Guterding A SR Duke 9 1 Kevin Lindley FR A Loyola Colin Chell A
For the first five games of the season, every team has a pre-season ranking. Our first 10% Ante season was in the Spring of 2018. For this first season, we used a combination of several ratings including LaxPower, Massey, and others. We also posted this pre-season ranking and gave people an opportunity to adjust the order.
For the first 5 games of the season, every team has a pre-season ranking. (Without this ranking, there’s no difference in + or – points when beating NJIT or UMD, no difference in + or – points when losing to Denver or to VMI. And, as a consequence, the points are erratic and, more importantly,
Since we last spoke, most everything about the 10% Ante ranking system is the same. With this said, we received some good feedback and we made some improvements. Three main issues were brought up when discussing 10% Ante and, while working on these issues, several more issues surfaced. These are Five Issues and the changes
Switching the starting Points of Maryland and NJIT is interesting and, if nothing else, this exercise shows that if a 310 team is given 1,000 points and a 1,000 team is given 310 points, respectively, over time, both will reach their natural stasis. i.e. The 310 will move towards 310 and the 1,000 will move
For the 2018 season, 10% Ante started Maryland with 1,000 points and NJIT with 310. We basically started them where they ended last season. A legitimate question is… Is this fair? Doesn’t UMD have an unfair advantage because of this? (Undeniably, UMD starting with 690 more points than NJIT gives UMD an advantage over NJIT.