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NAIA MEN LACROSSE RANKINGS

NAIA LACROSSE FORUM

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2019 2018

TeamPtsGs
1 Cumberlands (Ky.)11082
2 Indiana Tech10742
3 Madonna (Mich.)10101
4 Keiser (Fla.)10061
5 Reinhardt (Ga.)9442
6 Siena Heights (Mich.)9280
7 Missouri Valley9161
8 St. Ambrose (Iowa)8941
9 Aquinas (Mich.)8191
10 Lourdes (Ohio)7660
11 SCAD Savannah (Ga.)7505
12 Saint Mary (Kan.)7481
13 Lawrence Tech (Mich.)7431
14 Missouri Baptist7111
15 Tennessee Wesleyan7041
16 Benedictine (Kan.)7033
17 Columbia (Mo.)6760
18 Ottawa (Kan.)6760
19 Michigan-Dearborn6741
20 Montreat (N.C.)6701
21 Hope6451
22 Concordia (Mich.)6400
23 Clarke (Iowa)6220
24 Lees-McRae College6101
25 Rockhurst University5931
26 Robert Morris (Ill.)5860
27 Asbury (Ky.)5691
28 Lindenwood-Belleville (Ill.)5441
29 Point (Ga.)4873
30 Rollins College3841
31 Alma College3281
32 Adams State University2000
33 Baldwin-Wallace College2000
34 Carroll University2000
35 Columbia (S.C.)2000
36 Eastern Florida State College2000
37 Eastern Michigan University2000
38 Florida Atlantic University2000
39 Florida Gulf Coast2000
40 Fontbonne University2000
41 Taylor (Ind.)2000
42 Union (Ky.)2000
43 University of Dallas2000
44 Flagler College1941

FanLax Rankings

In the simplest terms, with the FanLax (10% Ante) Ranking System, every team, based on their performance in the previous season, starts the new season with an allocated number of Points. And, throughout the season, when a team wins, they earn 10% of their opponent’s Points. When they lose, they lose 10% of their own Points. There’s also an adjustment of the earned Points based on the disparity between the teams that play each other but these are details. Bottomline, you want to beat teams with lots of Points and, though you don’t want to lose, if you do lose, you don’t want to lose to teams with few Points.

This is an explanation of how to read the Game Scores and FanLax Team Points.

Bottomline, Team A wants to beat teams with (a) a lot of Points and (b) more Points than Team A has.  Conversely, Team A doesn’t want to lose but if Team A does lose, Team A wants to lose to teams with more Points than Team A has.