2016 Ratings as of December 1, 6:47 pm
by Average Computer Rating (ACR)

Division 3


  Great Lakes  NE East  NE West  New York  North Atlantic South South Atlantic    All

1Salisbury18-2 99.00.6760.616
2Ursinus17-4 98.40.6530.619
3Franklin & Marshall16-5 97.80.6470.633
4Muhlenberg18-3 97.40.6200.542
5Mary Washington12-6 96.60.5960.593
6York13-6 96.40.5850.554
7Dickinson12-7 96.30.5560.527
8Christopher Newport14-5 96.20.5930.563
9Haverford10-8 95.70.5380.525
10Gettysburg7-8 95.70.5350.562
11Washington & Lee13-7 95.00.5310.494
12Washington6-11 94.70.4860.531
13Lynchburg11-7 94.70.5150.485
14Johns Hopkins7-10 94.60.5120.556
15Shenandoah13-9 94.30.4910.452
16Bridgewater11-7 94.10.5090.476
17Roanoke11-7 93.90.4730.419
18McDaniel5-12 93.60.4740.539
19Saint Mary's-MD5-12 93.60.4910.583
20Swarthmore5-13 93.40.4280.466
21Frostburg5-13 92.70.4190.455
22Wesley5-15 92.30.4320.492
23Eastern Mennonite7-10 91.90.4160.407
24Virginia Wesleyan7-11 91.70.4050.389
25Randolph-Macon3-14 90.80.3600.406
26Wilson7-9 90.80.3280.237
27Bryn Mawr1-15 90.50.3490.427
28Ferrum4-14 90.40.3660.399
29Sweet Briar0-14 87.30.2760.346

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*W/L pct. + 0.50*SOS + 0.25*opponents' SOS

4Strength of Schedule = Avg. of opponents' W/L pct. when not playing that team

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

  • Calculations are provided only for entertainment purposes.  The ACR has no bearing on tournament selection, while the NCAA's official SOS and RPI are produced and published in October and November.

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