National Junior College Athl. Assn. — Wed Apr 23 11:29:27 EDT 2014

See Loss Factor for an explanation.
Teams are now in the heart of conference action to set up seedings for end-of-season tournaments.
Losses include only those that occur within the division or league (see ratings for a list of teams). Losses are weighed as follows: losing to the top 20% rated teams is awarded 0.2, second 20% is award- ed 0.4 ... bottom 20% is awarded 1.0. That is, if there are 100 teams in a league and they are rated by the computer rankings from 1 to 100. If a team loses to a team rated 1-20, then they lose 0.2 points. If it loses to teams rated 21-40,each loss counts as 0.4 points. If it loses to a team rated 100 it will lose the maximum of 1 point. Thus the worse the opponent the more points lost. No Team W L T Weighted Losses 1 Nassau 12 1 0 0.0000 2 Onondaga 12 0 0 0.0000 3 Delhi 12 2 0 0.4000 4 Essex 11 2 0 0.4000 5 Harford 9 5 0 0.8000 6 Howard 7 5 0 0.8000 7 Monroe 9 3 0 0.8000 8 Anne Arundel 12 5 0 1.0000 9 Dean College 7 5 0 1.2000 10 Jefferson 5 4 0 1.2000 11 ASA College 4 5 0 1.4000 12 Finger Lakes 8 8 0 1.4000 13 Northern Virginia 7 5 0 1.8000 14 Suffolk 4 7 0 1.8000 15 Catonsville 7 9 0 2.4000 16 Cecil College 0 6 0 2.8000 17 Brookdale 4 9 0 3.0000 18 Herkimer 5 6 0 3.0000 19 Union County 7 7 0 3.2000 20 Southern Maryland 2 8 0 3.4000 21 Morris 5 8 0 3.6000 22 Northampton 1 6 0 3.8000 23 Delaware Tech 6 9 0 4.2000 24 Genesee 5 8 0 4.4000 25 Hudson Valley 1 7 0 4.8000 26 Mohawk Valley 4 8 0 4.8000 27 Tompkins Cortland 5 9 0 5.0000 28 Broome 3 9 0 5.4000 29 Niagara County 2 9 0 5.4000 30 Cayuga 2 11 0 6.4000
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