2015-16 Winter sport playoff scenarios with two weeks to go

Canada West RGB2015-16 Women's Volleyball Standings

G W-L SW SL Streak Points
Trinity Western X 20 18-2 58 15 Lost 1 36
UBC Okanagan X 20 18-2 58 15 Won 1 36
Alberta X 20 16-4 54 20 Won 2 32

Remaining schedule for top seed:

Trinity Western: @ TRU (11-11); home to UBC (14-6);
UBC Okanagam: @ GMU (7-13); home to MRU (9-11);
Alberta: home to Calgary (8-12); @ Winnipeg(9-11);

3.1 Tie Breaking Procedures: Final league standings, at the conclusion of league play, shall be based on teams receiving two (2) points for a win and zero (0) points for a loss.

  • Only Canada West league matches are to be considered for tie-breaking procedures.
  • If there are two or more teams tied in matches won/lost at the end of the regular season the tie breaking rules will be:
    • 1. Sets won overall/sets lost overall.
    • 2. Points for overall/points against overall.
    • 3. Matches, set, points, amongst the tied teams in only the matches between the tied teams.

2015-16 Women's Basketball Standings

G W-L Streak Win %
MacEwan 16 13-3 Won 4 0.813
Thompson Rivers 16 13-3 Won 7 0.813
UBC Okanagan 16 10-6 Lost 3 0.625
UFV 16 9-7 Won 2 0.563

Remaining schedule:

McEwan: @ UBCO (10-6); at home to UNBC (2-14);
Thompson Rivers: @ UFV (9-7); at home to UBCO (10-6);
UBC Okanagan: at home to GMU (13-3); @ TRU (13-3);
UFV: home to TRU (13-3); @ MRU (1-15);

3. LEAGUE / SEASON FORMAT (Also refer to Policy  8 of the Canada West Operations Manual)

a. Tie Breaking Procedures Final league standing in each division, at the conclusion of league play, shall be based on each teams winning percentage. Only Canada West league games are to be considered for tie‐ breaking procedures.

The tie breaking criteria are in the following prioritized order. Two Teams Tied:

  • 1. Win/Loss record in head to head competition.
  • 2. Win/Loss record of the two tied teams versus the #1 seed in their division (and then proceeding through the #2 seed, etc. if necessary).
    3. Points difference in head to head competition between the tied teams.
  • 4. Points difference using all games.
  • 5. Coin flip by Canada West President.
  • Three or More Teams Tied: Use the same procedure as a two‐teams tied. Once one team has been separated from the tied group, go back to step one with the remaining tied team(s).

2015-16 Men's Basketball Standings

GP Record Win % GP Record Last 10 Streak
Thompson Rivers Y 16 14-2 0.875 16 14-2 9-1 Won 6
UFV 16 10-6 0.625 16 10-6 5-5 Lost 1
UBC Okanagan 16 8-8 0.500 16 8-8 5-5 Won 1
MacEwan 16 7-9 0.438 16 7-9 5-4 Won 1
Mount Royal 16 6-10 0.375 16 6-10 5-5 Lost 1
Y- Clinched first in division
Remaining Schedule:
Fraser Valley: home to TRU (14-2); @ MRU (6-10);
UBC Okanagan: home to GMU (7-9); @ TRU (14-2);
MacEwan: @ UBCO (8-8); home to UNBC (3-13);
3. LEAGUE / SEASON FORMAT (Also refer to Policy 8 of the Canada West Operations Manual)
3.1 Tie Breaking Procedures Final league standing in each division, at the conclusion of league play, shall be based on each teams winning percentage. Only Canada West league games are to be considered for tie‐ breaking procedures.
The tie breaking criteria are in the following prioritized order. Two Teams Tied:
  • 1. Win/Loss record in head to head competition.
  • 2. Win/Loss record of the two tied teams versus the #1 seed in their division (and then proceeding through the #2 seed, etc. if necessary).
  • 3. Points difference in head to head competition between the tied teams.
  • 4. Points difference using all games.
  • 5. Coin flip by Canada West President.
  • Three or More Teams Tied: Use the same procedure as a two‐teams tied. Once one team has been separated from the tied group, go back to step one with the remaining tied team(s).