Soccer Standings

Soccer - Friday Coed (Winter '19)

Injury Prone photo First Place Trophy

Soccer - Friday Coed (Winter '19)

  Injury Prone


"Injury Prone" is our latest Friday soccer champion, taking down "Onions" in a high-scoring title match where the teams scored a combined 10 goals.

Despite their regular season success, "Injury Prone" had a tough draw in the playoffs. As the #4 seed in the first round our heroes took on the league's top team, "The 'A' Team". The two tied 3-3 in their previous match-up, but this time it was all "Injury Prone". Their offense came alive, scoring 5 goals en route to a 5-2 victory.

In the championship game our underdogs took on the #2 team, "Onions", fresh off their 4-2 semi-finals win. This too was a tough match-up for "Injury Prone", having lost to them 6-3.

Much like their first match-up it was a high-scoring affair. However, "Injury Prone" was the one who came out on top this time. They stayed hot on offense, putting up 6 goals and winning the championship game by the score of 6-4! Congratulations on an outstanding season!

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Onions  photo
Second Place Trophy

Soccer - Friday Coed (Winter '19)
Second Place


View Team Page
  Team Wins Losses Draws Ranking
7 3 0 14 23
  Injury Prone
6 2 2 14 15
  The “A” Team
6 (1)º 2 1 13 13
4 2 3 11 7
  The Accountables
4 (1)º 4 0 8 -6
  The Prodigals
4 4 (1)º 0 7 9
  Red Pandas
2 5 1 5 -11
1 6 1 3 -26
  Own Goal
1 7 (1)º 0 1 -24
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! Plus, two forfeits make your team ineligible for playoffs.

Teams are ranked by (1) Ranking Points, (2) Head to Head Two Teams Only*, (3) Point Differential, (4) Coin Toss.

Head to Head is only used if there are two teams tied. Ties involving 3+ teams disregard H2H and move on to point differential for the tiebreaker.
º Forfeits
Parenthesized numbers indicate wins or losses by forfeit.
When calculating Ranking Points, forfeits may be weighted differently than normal wins and losses.