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Northwest Track and Field - Week in Review - April 18

Andrew Millbrooke | April 18,2016

Astoria sophomore Darian Hageman jumps to state lead   Most of the top high school runners in Oregon took advantage of the grand stage of Hayward Field at the Oregon Relays in Eugene, but Astoria sophomore Darian Hageman stayed close to home and had a field day at the Daily Astorian Invitational,...

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Northwest Track and Field Week in Review – April 10

Andrew Millbrooke | April 11,2016

  La Pine’s Justin Petz joins elite 17-foot club     Weekly Highlights – Oregon High School Girls Deshae Wise, junior, Grants Pass – At a dual meet with Willamette on Wednesday, Wise ran to a state-leading time in the 100-hurdles (15.23) and the 4th fastest 100-meters (12.35).  Later in the week Wise was...

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Northwest Track and Field - Week in Review - April 3

Andrew Millbrooke | April 5,2016

Northwest Track and Field - Week in Review - April 3

  Grant high school duo post impressive marks at Cotton Invitational       Two seniors from Grant High School in Portland led the way as the Oregon high school outdoor track and field season heated up with an array of top times and distances.   Stanford-bound Ella Donaghu (left, winning the 2013 TRL District Cross...

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You are here: Home Boys Water Polo Menu / Archives Other FAQs What is the SOS Rating?

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What is the SOS Rating?

The strength of schedule (SOS) rating is very closely related to the RPI rating.  This will explain just how close.

The SOS rating is a weighted calculation that combines 2/3 of your opponents' winning percentage and 1/3 of your opponents' opponents' winning percentage.  For the RPI calculation, you use this same 2-to-1 ratio and combine it with a team's actual record against their opponents.  The final RPI ratio is 1 part your team's record, 2 parts your opponents' record, and 1 part your opponents' opponents' record.

Essentially, the SOS rating determines how strong your opponents are and the RPI rating factors in how you fared against those opponents.  For details on how to calculate these figures, see the article that explains the RPI ratings page.

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