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Discussion: SSUSA: a few player classification questions

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April 22, 2013
udaplaya
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SSUSA: a few player classification questions
Assume that the team that i played on was not re-rated higher or lower for 2013

So, let's say...

55 Major player in 2012, who then aged into the 60 division in 2013. If I play 60's, do i carry my Major rating with me? If i choose to continue to play 55's, i am rated a Major player or do i drop down a level to being 55 AAA rated?

Basically, as i move-up a division in age, but i choose to play younger, does my rating level automatically go down accordingly?

This was a lively discussion at a team meeting yesterday as we prepare for life beyond 2013. A number of people were of the belief that "aging-up" is not being taken into consideration when SSUSA does its "run differential" rating review.

Your help is appreciated.
April 22, 2013
titanhd
Men's 50
337 posts
55 major carries a rating index of 7 as does 60 major +.
You are allowed to drop one rating index to 55 AAA or 60 Major both have a ratings index of 6
April 23, 2013
udaplaya
91 posts
Titan, thanks for the information.

i knew there was an index floating around, but i could not locate it on the website.
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