(9) #118 Rhode Island (4-3)

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# Opponent Result Effect Opp. Delta % of Ranking Status Date Event
194 Boston University-B** Win 11-3 0 4 0% Ignored (Why) Mar 25th New England Open1
96 Harvard Win 8-6 114.28 56 19.84% Counts Mar 25th New England Open1
67 Mount Holyoke Loss 3-10 -48.77 27 20.19% Counts (Why) Mar 25th New England Open1
22 Wellesley** Loss 4-11 0 92 0% Ignored (Why) Mar 25th New England Open1
75 Boston University Loss 5-12 -68.1 105 22.18% Counts (Why) Mar 26th New England Open1
194 Boston University-B** Win 10-1 -22.94 4 20.19% Counts (Why) Mar 26th New England Open1
120 Brandeis Win 6-5 22.6 43 17.59% Counts Mar 26th New England Open1
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The results on this page ("USAU") are the results of an implementation of the USA Ultimate Top 20 algorithm, which is used to allocate post season bids to both colleg and club ultimate teams. The data was obtained by scraping USAU's score reporting website. Learn more about the algorithm here. TL;DR, here is the rating function. Every game a team plays gets a rating equal to the opponents rating +/- the score value. With all these data points, we iterate team ratings until convergence. There is also a rule for discounting blowout games (see next FAQ)
For reference, here is handy table with frequent game scrores and the resulting game value:
"...if a team is rated more than 600 points higher than its opponent, and wins with a score that is more than twice the losing score plus one, the game is ignored for ratings purposes. However, this is only done if the winning team has at least N other results that are not being ignored, where N=5."

Translation: if a team plays a game where even earning the max point win would hurt them, they can have the game ignored provided they win by enough and have suffficient unignored results.