2010 Ratings as of November 21, 5:23 pm
by Average Computer Rating (ACR)

Division 3

NE East

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1Babson16-6 96.70.6120.574
2MIT15-4 95.90.5910.524
3Mount Holyoke11-6 95.50.5750.551
4Husson10-6 95.10.5680.549
5Springfield9-11 94.80.5290.556
6Castleton State12-7 94.80.5590.535
7Wheaton13-8 94.50.5540.533
8St. Joseph's-ME13-6 94.40.5290.477
9Nichols13-5 94.40.5230.457
10Maine-Farmington11-6 94.20.5390.503
11Univ. of New England13-7 94.20.5340.495
12Clark11-7 94.10.5220.492
13Wellesley5-11 93.90.5000.563
14Endicott11-9 93.90.5240.515
15New England College12-11 93.60.4960.488
16WNEC9-11 92.50.4560.459
17WPI4-13 92.20.4420.511
18Gordon6-14 91.80.4260.468
19Smith4-12 91.70.4410.505
20Lasell8-10 91.50.4510.454
21Simmons6-11 91.10.4270.452
22Salve Regina4-14 90.70.4010.460
23Daniel Webster12-5 90.60.4520.368
24Becker9-12 89.80.4060.399
25Wheelock7-9 89.60.3800.361
26Regis4-12 89.30.3630.400
27Anna Maria2-16 89.20.3470.425
28Bay Path3-10 87.10.3160.345
29Elms0-16 86.50.2400.320

1Team Records: Only divisional games are included in the records here.  The same holds true for the three ratings described below.

2Average Computer Rating: An equal weighting of two computer ratings, one based solely on goal differentials (with a 5-goal limit to greatly reduce any effects of "running up the score") and one based solely on wins and losses

3Ratings Percentage Index = 0.25 * team's record + 0.50 * opponent's record + 0.25 * opponent's-opponent's record

4Strength of Schedule = (2/3) * opponent's record + (1/3) * opponent's-opponent's record

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  • In the case of opponent's record in RPI and SOS, games involving the target team have been removed.

  • These calculations are provided only for entertainment purposes.  The SOS and ACR have no bearing on selection to the NCAA, while the NCAA's official RPI will be produced and published in October and November.

  • Formulas are constant across schools, allowing comparisons to be valid.