Check back here after Labor Day for Fall 2020 standings.
Here are the standings after November 9. Thanks as always for turning in those game cards, and taking those envelopes back to the Clubhouse! Once again all the cards came back. Reminder: All the 14U games on November 16 that were originally scheduled for Muir Central are MOVED to LCHS JV. B14U Hervey/Kennedy was postponed until November 23. This will prompt a slight rework of the schedule. As these two teams will now miss their originally scheduled friendly game on the 23rd, they each get 9 bonus sportsmanship points to make up for the missing game. Similarly, Moren's G14U team picks up 9 extra sportsmanship points because their friendly opponent from another region couldn't make it. A quick word on referee points. At the end of the season, if your team has fulfilled all their referee assignments, you pick up 9 referee points in the standings, equivalent to 3 extra victories on the field. If not, we calculate a "referee winning percentage" just like in baseball or basketball, using the wins and losses. This percentage multiplies those 9 points. We also pro-rate before the end of the year. The result is rounded to the nearest whole number, and that is what we report in the standings. (For those math geeks out there, 17 referee wins will counteract 1 referee loss at the end of the year.) As always, if your game is at Victory Park, please turn in your cards to the tent by the entrance; there will be a black plastic box there to receive them. All other fields will have a white game card envelope tied to one of the nets. If you have the last game, please UNTIE the envelope and take it to the Clubhouse. Your help in this is greatly appreciated, as it keeps me from hunting down missing envelopes and lets me get the standings done that much faster. -- Bill Owen, region 13 statistician firstname.lastname@example.org Mon Nov 11 6:30 pm
In Region 13, we keep standings in the 10U, 12U and 14U divisions for both boys and girls. Standings are updated every Wednesday throughout the Fall season. Questions or concerns about scores or standings should always be sent to the Region 13 Statistician at email@example.com .
Standings for 16U, 19U, All-Stars and Spring Cup are administered by AYSO Area 1-C. Please visit their website at www.ayso1c.org for more information.
W, T, L = Team's wins, ties, and losses GF, GA = Goals for and goals against Pts = team's points on the field: 3 for each win plus 1 for each tie. RW = Referee wins. This number is the greater of a) assignments completed by the team's referees (code A) and by pre-arranged substitutes on behalf of the team (code B) or b) the number of games worked by the team's referees (all codes). RL = Referee losses. This is the number of assignments that were NOT completed by the team's referees nor by pre-arranged substitutes. Rpct = Referee winning percentage = RW / (RW + RL). RP = team's referee points = 9 Rpct (number of weeks played) / (number of weeks in the season). The maximum number of referee points is 9, equivalent to three wins on the field, and it is prorated throughout the season. Fractions of 0.5 or more round up. This means that if you have 17 referee wins and 1 referee loss, for a Rpct of 0.944, you would have exactly 8.5 RP, which rounds up to 9. Spts = Sportsmanship points (coaches, players, spectators) accumulated to date. Tpts = total points = Pts + RP. This is how the standings are ordered.
Season Ending Tie Breakers
- Sportsmanship points, provided the difference is more than 9.
- Head-to-head play. In case of a multiple tie, use all the round-robin games. Any remaining ties at this point continue down the list.
- Most victories.
- Fewest goals allowed.
- Coin flip.