New Website: RPI for Division I Women's Soccer

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Re: New Website: RPI for Division I Women's Soccer

Post by UPSoccerFanatic on Sat Apr 10, 2010 12:04 am

Hey you PilotNation masters, it seems to me this thread could be unstickied.

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Re: New Website: RPI for Division I Women's Soccer

Post by gnarly on Fri Jun 18, 2010 11:16 pm

UPSF,

On the new and improved nc-soccer schedule site that is linked out at BS I had some questions:

What is the OS column. I assume the number below this column is the average. What about the number under the records of a similar magnitude. Also, is the RPI # listed after the end of regular season?

Interesting site and man lots of work this guy does. He almost has all the 2010 schedules in.

thx

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Re: New Website: RPI for Division I Women's Soccer

Post by Geezaldinho on Sat Jun 19, 2010 1:46 am

gnarly wrote:UPSF,

On the new and improved nc-soccer schedule site that is linked out at BS I had some questions:

What is the OS column. I assume the number below this column is the average. What about the number under the records of a similar magnitude. Also, is the RPI # listed after the end of regular season?

Interesting site and man lots of work this guy does. He almost has all the 2010 schedules in.

thx

Opponent strength from the previous year.

It's basically the second and third elements of the RPI.

It's a great site. and he gets the results up faster than either the "official" GoCollegeSoccer or the old SIS site. often it's within minutes.


From a discussion on this thread in BS
http://www.bigsoccer.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1453298


Each of the team pages breaks down the opponents, their opponents records (average winning percentage), and the 'opponents strength'... which is calculated as 1/4 of the element 2 (*2) and element 3 (*1)... from your previous end of season spreadsheets (Woohoo for open information, cpthomas! :-) ). If you take the OS and 1/4 of a teams predicted winning percentage it should give a reasonable guess at the relative RPI value.

The website also gives previous seasons if I have them available so you can possibly see trends for opponents.

Example page for UNC:

http://www.nc-soccer.com/wsoccer/2010/schedule/1

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Re: New Website: RPI for Division I Women's Soccer

Post by UPSoccerFanatic on Sat Jun 19, 2010 10:43 pm

Yes, Gnarly, that is a great website. Interestingly enough, there's a UNC/UP fan collaboration going on to advance DI women's soccer! A couple of us out here are involved. It's great reaching beyond our individual fan loyalties to do what we can to push DI women's college soccer overall.

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