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CAA NET, RPI and Ken Pomeroy Composite Ranking
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CAA NET, RPI and Ken Pomeroy Composite Ranking
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
12-17-2018 01:10 PM
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RE: CAA NET, RPI and Ken Pomeroy Composite Ranking
Thank you. Other than Delaware ahead of Hofstra in the RPI, the ratings agree about the top three in some order. Elon just won at Kennesaw State, which moved Elon above Towson in the RPI.
12-18-2018 08:54 PM
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