Softball Standings

Softball - Thursdays (Fall '18)

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Misfits photo First Place Trophy

Softball - Thursdays (Fall '18)
Champs

 
  Misfits

A Fitting Ending

The "Misfits" are our Thursday softball champions, taking down the "Stingers" in a 12-7 win.

It was an up and down regular season for our champs, who were right around .500 for a majority of the season, going 3-3 for the first 6 games while alternating wins and losses, before hitting their stride. They finished the season with a two-game winning streak, enough to put them in second place for the playoffs and on a bit of a hot streak.

In the first round of the playoffs the "Misfits" got a great draw facing a "Ballbarians" squad they had taken down twice already. Thanks to their 2 previous wins they exuded confidence throughout the game, winning comfortably by the score of 12-6.

In the championship game the "Misfits" stayed hot offensively, putting up another 12-spot on the "Stingers" and securing the league title. Oddly enough, the 12-7 scoreline was the mirror image of the last time the two met when the "Stingers" won in the 2nd week of the regular season.

Congratulations to "Misfits" on the championship!

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Stingers photo
Second Place Trophy

Softball - Thursdays (Fall '18)
Second Place

Stingers

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  Team Wins Losses Draws Point
Diff
Ranking
Points
1
 
  Stingers
7 3 0 31 14
2
 
  Misfits
7 3 0 26 14
3
 
  The BallBarians; Season of Debauchery
4 4 1 4 9
4
 
  Saved By The Ball
4 5 0 -12 8
5
 
  Basic pitches
3 4 1 -19 7
6
 
  Wombats
2 5 1 -6 5
7
 
  Blue Balls
2 5 1 -24 5
How are Standings Calculated?
Winners receive 2 points, each team in a tie receives 1 point, and losers receive 0 points. If you forfeit, you lose a point, so don't forfeit!

In case of a tie in Ranking Points, the following stats are used:
Point Differential, then head to head, then record against Common Opponents.
º Forfeits
Parenthesized numbers indicate wins or losses by forfeit.
When calculating Ranking Points, forfeits may be weighted differently than normal wins and losses.