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Discussion: Rankings question

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Dec. 11, 2009
outlaw
Men's 50
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Rankings question
Are the team rankings in USSSA decided by the use of some kind of formula, numerical or otherwise?
Or are they opinion based by a board of review?
If by formula, what might that formula be?
If by a board of review, who or what does this board consist of?
Dec. 11, 2009
taits
Men's 65
4253 posts
I think you'll need to find that out at the U-trip site in your area. But you might get lucky here.
Good luck & Happy holidays.
Dec. 11, 2009
outlaw
Men's 50
24 posts
Sorry, I meant SSUSA
Dec. 11, 2009
taits
Men's 65
4253 posts
Thought as much but it is was it was.
Both used, If you have the newspaper summer '09 page nine gives the data or "numerical" or "formula" portion I believe. Not really specific enough to pin down imo, but pretty much all you'll get.
The officers within SSUSA\ISA are the judge& jury "board" or review.
I believe SPA & maybe 1-2 others hay have a word or two as well the I think only a little here or there to fit a "need".
You never know if, when or usually why, but some should be common sense, again imo.
Dec. 11, 2009
taits
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They do a pretty good job given the numbers of tournaments and teams involved and only a hand full of people involved in the process.

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