2015 WFTDA Playoff Rankings – Week 15

Welcome back to another exciting week of the (unofficial) 2015 WFTDA Playoff Rankings.  It was a rather slow week with only 10 sanctioned bouts according to FTS, but that doesn’t mean we didn’t see a little movement in the rankings.  The only movement in the Top 40 was Detroit using their thrashings over Killamazoo and Grand Raggidy to overtake Santa Cruz for #27.  (Note: After doing my complete audit of the 60 playoff teams i noticed that i originally had credited Santa Cruz with a 1.35 modifier for all of their playoff bouts, that has been fixed and they are now slotted correctly at #28).  On the flip side of those results, Killamazoo and Grand Raggidy both fell out of the Top 60.  There is plenty of time left in the season to get back into the D2 Playoff spots, but both will have some work to do.

We do welcome Blue Ridge back into the Top 60 after their incredibly rough D1 Playoffs.  They have a long way to get back to D1 (their average is currently 87 points below 40th place), but it all starts with one bout and taking 290.90 points from their victory against Dutchland is a start.  We do welcome Rage City to the Top 100 this week and also need to mention the rise of San Ferndando all the way up #77.  There must be something in that California water as they are just loaded with quality teams (note: the rankings do not even include Sacred City or Sac City as neither of them have had a 2015 qualifying bout yet).  Stay tuned as next week I will release not only the Week 16 rankings, but show how removing the playoff modifier would affect the entire Top 100.

Rank Team Score Weekly Change
1 Gotham 860.60 0
2 Rose City 719.44 0
3 Bay Area 665.77 0
4 Victoria 627.62 0
5 Philly 620.74 0
6 Windy City 616.67 0
7 London 603.64 0
8 Texas 603.28 0
9 Denver 598.14 0
10 Angel City 582.01 0
11 Rocky Mtn 549.56 0
12 Tampa 544.14 0
13 Jacksonville 542.55 0
14 Atlanta 530.47 0
15 Minnesota 519.91 0
16 Rat City 466.79 0
17 Montreal 448.89 0
18 Terminal City 441.63 0
19 Arch Rival 440.22 0
20 Charm City 428.52 0
21 Madison 420.65 0
22 Boston 417.27 0
23 Steel City 409.59 0
24 Arizona 398.02 0
25 St. Chux 378.36 0
26 Ohio 376.37 0
27 Detroit 366.01 1
28 Santa Cruz 360.06 -1
29 Wasatch 346.92 0
30 Jet City 346.09 0
31 Toronto 341.59 0
32 Nashville 339.92 0
33 SoCal 339.81 0
34 Dallas 334.42 0
35 Naptown 332.29 0
36 Treasure Valley 327.65 0
37 Bear City 325.64 0
38 No Coast 321.60 0
39 Sin City 314.52 0
40 Tri-City 313.19 0
41 Kansas City 307.91 0
42 Rideau Valley 302.76 0
43 Queen City 298.37 0
44 Houston 298.16 0
45 Columbia 295.50 0
46 New Hampshire 293.34 0
47 OK Victory 285.68 0
48 Chicago Outfit 279.93 0
49 Omaha 278.18 0
50 Demolition City 271.03 0
51 Boulder County 264.00 0
52 Calgary 260.06 0
53 Suburbia 256.82 0
54 Tucson 256.56 0
55 Brewcity 254.51 0
56 Gold Coast 248.44 0
57 Brandywine 231.17 2
58 DC 228.20 2
59 Blue Ridge 226.38 6
60 Big Easy 221.17 1
61 Ithaca 221.14 1
62 Charlottesville 219.12 1
63 Charlotte 217.81 1
64 Grand Raggidy 212.50 -7
65 Old Capitol 207.96 1
66 Quad City 204.69 1
67 Alamo City 203.64 1
68 Connecticut 195.20 1
69 Killamazoo 194.59 -11
70 North Star 185.86 0
71 Twin City 175.57 0
72 Cincinnati 172.72 0
73 South Bend 165.90 1
74 Carolina 160.34 1
75 Rage City 158.83 *NEW*
76 Emerald City 157.39 0
77 San Fernando 155.29 12
78 NEO 154.66 -1
79 Ann Arbor 149.00 -1
80 Cape Fear 147.71 -7
81 Green Mt 147.70 -2
82 Pikes Peak 147.59 -2
83 Diamond Divas 143.35 -1
84 Lowcountry 142.60 -1
85 Richland County 141.84 -1
86 Cherry City 141.47 -1
87 Salisbury 139.70 -1
88 Sioux City 139.02 -1
89 Vette City 138.12 -1
90 Cen-Tex 134.69 10
91 Lansing 134.45 -1
92 West Texas 131.12 -1
93 Derby City 129.60 -1
94 Magnolia 129.42 -1
95 Tallahassee 128.72 -1
96 Burning River 128.21 -1
97 Ft. Myers 124.01 -1
98 Crossroads City 122.13 -1
99 Dutchland 120.03 -18
100 Hellions 119.92 -2
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One comment

  1. Derby Math wrote:
    The only movement in the Top 40 was Detroit using their thrashings over Killamazoo and Grand Raggidy … Killamazoo and Grand Raggidy both fell out of the Top 60.

    Note to teams: Don’t play teams that will blow you out! (This is easier said than done.)

    Derby Math also wrote:
    There must be something in that California water as they are just loaded with quality teams.

    Being from California I can tell you what it is. Many of banked track’s best and most experienced skaters have moved to flat track leagues. That goes for Arizona too. Why you may ask? Boredom! There are only about 4 decent banked track leagues, and the moving skaters want to play more and different leagues and not the same people over and over again with the same result.

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