ncaa at large bids
11/10/2018 9:12:22 AM
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Yale women deserves a bid strong 3rd place finish ahead of a very good and high ranked Syracuse. Hopefully NCAA selection committee gets it right.
Yale women deserves a bid strong 3rd place finish ahead of a very good and high ranked Syracuse. Hopefully NCAA selection committee gets it right.
11/20/2018 4:54:08 PM
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@cld3030 I know this is late but thats not how it works anymore. Look up Kolas calculator, this is the basis for how teams are decided now. Yale needed to go beat qualifying teams earlier in the year if they wanted in.
@cld3030 I know this is late but thats not how it works anymore. Look up Kolas calculator, this is the basis for how teams are decided now. Yale needed to go beat qualifying teams earlier in the year if they wanted in.
11/23/2018 7:34:03 PM
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The first consideration in the awarding of at large bids is performance at the regional meet. The KOLAS has nothing to do with that. Look at all the results.
The first consideration in the awarding of at large bids is performance at the regional meet. The KOLAS has nothing to do with that. Look at all the results.
11/26/2018 6:21:38 PM
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@cld3030 read the full criteria: At-large selection: The process for selection involves a review of regular-season competition and finish at the regional championships. Regional finish is the first criterion; for example, a fourth-place team may not be selected for an at-large berth ahead of a third-place team from the same region. But, a team with a fourth-place finish, for example, could “push” both the third- and fourth-place finishing team into the championships if the fourth-place team has enough “wins” to be the next at-large team. Wins from the regular-season are only counted if squads beat another university’s “A” team, defined by having competed four or more individuals in that regular-season meet who also competed at the regional championships. Official designations of “A” and “B” teams can be accomplished only after the NCAA regional meets have been completed. Also, only competitions starting September 8 through regional meet weekend are included in the analysis. Yale did not have enough wins. Nor did they have a 4th place team to push them in.
@cld3030 read the full criteria: At-large selection: The process for selection involves a review of regular-season competition and finish at the regional championships. Regional finish is the first criterion; for example, a fourth-place team may not be selected for an at-large berth ahead of a third-place team from the same region. But, a team with a fourth-place finish, for example, could "push" both the third- and fourth-place finishing team into the championships if the fourth-place team has enough "wins" to be the next at-large team. Wins from the regular-season are only counted if squads beat another university's "A" team, defined by having competed four or more individuals in that regular-season meet who also competed at the regional championships. Official designations of "A" and "B" teams can be accomplished only after the NCAA regional meets have been completed. Also, only competitions starting September 8 through regional meet weekend are included in the analysis.

Yale did not have enough wins. Nor did they have a 4th place team to push them in.

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