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CAA NET, RPI, and Ken Pomeroy Composite Rankings
When combining the NCAA's NET, Warren Nolan RPI and Ken Pomeroy Efficiency Ratings into one number, here's how the CAA looks as we near the start of conference play:

Composite Rank/ Team/ NET/ RPI/ KenPom Efficiency/ Composite
1. Charleston 79 63 110 84
2. Northeastern 133 104 101 112.7
3. Hofstra 118 159 113 130
4. Delaware 177 144 216 179
5. W&M 190 236 180 202
6. UNCW 206 187 229 207.3
7. JMU 202 226 219 215.7
8. Drexel 266 270 247 261
9. Towson 286 290 290 288.7
10. Elon 312 297 296 301.7


I'd say this is a pretty decent guess as to how things will shake out. Getting into the Top 6 is crucial, so despite how poorly we've played of late, I suppose it ought to be a little comforting that, per the numbers, we firmly look better than Drexel, Towson and Elon and about as good as W&M and JMU.
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RE: CAA NET, RPI, and Ken Pomeroy Composite Rankings
(12-17-2018 12:41 PM)Seahawk Nation 08 Wrote:  When combining the NCAA's NET, Warren Nolan RPI and Ken Pomeroy Efficiency Ratings into one number, here's how the CAA looks as we near the start of conference play:

Composite Rank/ Team/ NET/ RPI/ KenPom Efficiency/ Composite
1. Charleston 79 63 110 84
2. Northeastern 133 104 101 112.7
3. Hofstra 118 159 113 130
4. Delaware 177 144 216 179
5. W&M 190 236 180 202
6. UNCW 206 187 229 207.3
7. JMU 202 226 219 215.7
8. Drexel 266 270 247 261
9. Towson 286 290 290 288.7
10. Elon 312 297 296 301.7


I'd say this is a pretty decent guess as to how things will shake out. Getting into the Top 6 is crucial, so despite how poorly we've played of late, I suppose it ought to be a little comforting that, per the numbers, we firmly look better than Drexel, Towson and Elon and about as good as W&M and JMU.


We finished 6th last year, and this team should be at least 1-2 spots better with the talent we have. The goal every year should be to win the CAA tournament. On that basis, I cannot see that happening. Something major has to happen with our defense. We are giving up records on a regular basis now. If we're going to zone twice and press three times during a game, it's not enough.

Out of 351 teams -

#321 in points allowed
#290 FG% allowed
#324 defensive efficiency
#311 opponent floor %
#313 opponent 2 pt. %
#226 opponents 3pt %
#317 opponents points 2nd half
#305 opponents 1st half points
#319 opponents points from 2 pointers
#297 opponents points from 3 pointers
#332 opponents turnovers per offensive posession.
#318 in steals per game
#128 defensive rebounds per game

Geez, let's stop SOMETHING on defense. Our best defensive stat is #226 in the nation in opponents 3 pt. % and we're #128 in defensive rebounds(Cacok).

We don't cause turnovers, we don't steal the ball, we can't stop the three, we can't stop the two, we're bad in the first half, bad in the 2nd half. Sorry folks, these look exactly like the Benny and Buzz years. But, I guess if the players just gave more effort these numbers would all be different...
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