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EVENTS: WEEK 02

[ results received - online ]

Racer Classic, RC Warrior Classic, Railsplitter Baker
Tony Reyes Mem., Suffolk Inv., NJCAA Region III,
SWIBC I, SWIBC II


Tier I averages will begin after T1 Midwest Collegiate.
Team Power Ranking will be posted after Week 4.

2010-2011
Heidi Sanders | Wright State
Heidi
Sanders

Wright State


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Monday, October 22, 2018




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COLLEGEBOWLING.COM ONLINE TEAM POWER RANKING


The CollegeBowling.com Online Team Power Ranking (OTPR) is an objective point system for ranking ALL schools with college bowling teams based on solely on regular season tournament performance during the current season.

The OTPR includes all schools that have competed in an eligible event. An eligible event is a USBC Collegiate Division certified intercollegiate team tournament or conference that is attended by a sufficient minimum number of schools to qualify for power points. A conference is not considered in the OTPR until final conference standings are available.

Each school is ranked separately in a men's and women's division, and is ranked as ONE men's team and ONE women's team regardless of how many 5-person teams (A, B, C, etc.) it actually fields.

The OTPR is intended to reach a final ranking of all schools at the conclusion of the regular season. Interim rankings are provided for informational purposes only and represent trends, not a true and accurate ranking of teams. Schools having completed more early events are probably listed higher than they should be, while schools bowling fewer early events are probably listed lower then they should be. This impact of disparate team schedules is adjusted as teams exceed the maximum number of allowed events (currently 5 Tier 1 events and 10 total events) and the event averaging formula is applied.

The OTPR does not rank unlisted teams, and no inferences should be drawn about the relative strength or weakness of any such teams. If a school is unlisted, that means a team from that school has not, as of the referenced date, competed in any eligible events.

IMPORTANT NOTE: It is misleading for any school to claim they are "ranked" in a particular OTPR position prior to the final ranking at the conclusion of the regular season. Any school using an interim OTPR ranking in a press release, article, promotional materials or on a website MUST identify the ranking as interim and prominently include the statement "Interim rankings are provided by CollegeBowling.com for informational purposes only and represent trends, not a true and accurate final ranking of teams."


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS


The CollegeBowling.com Online Team Power Ranking (OTPR) was originally developed in the summer of 1998 by Karl Nickolai for use at this site.

The OTPR includes some elements of a point system that was discussed at the Collegiate Bowling Coaches' Summit held in Kansas City, Missouri from May 28-May 31, 1998. That point system was intended as part of a new qualification process for the Intercollegiate Bowling Championships, and not team ranking. The point system was never implemented. However, it was adapted by Karl with several changes into a system of team ranking.

The OTPR also includes several very important suggestions made by former Arizona State and Erie CC bowler (and current PBA member) Joe Ciccone. He added insight and ideas that helped make the OTPR a system that provides a meaningful team ranking throughout the season.

The OTPR was modified beginning with 2003-2004 season to use three different power point scales for Tier 2 events depending on field size.

It was modified again for the 2008-2009 season to use four different power point scales for Tier 1 events depending on field size.

It was modified again for the 2010-2011 season to use seven different power point scales for Tier 1 and five different power point scales for Tier 2 events depending on field size.

These changes were made to reflect the growing number of different schools competing in college bowling. They were made after consultation with the National Collegiate Bowling Coaches Association and the USBC Collegiate Division.