The current season has been completed and the final standings have been adjusted in accordance with the PPWSL Tournament Guidelines; the standings are CORRECTLY reflected on this website. According to the rules, “the regular season standings are determined in the following order and are [also] used as seeding (ranking) for the tournament:”
1. Total points, as follows: two-points for each victory, one-point for each tie and zero-points for each loss.
2. If the two teams were tied in points, the winner is the team that won when the two teams played each other (head-to-head).
a. If the two teams played two games head-to-head and split them, the winner is the team with the greater run differential when the two teams played each other (head-to-head run-differential).
3. If they tied in head-to-head play or if they tied in head-to-head run-differential, the winner is the team with the greater run differential for the season (season run-differential).
4. If the season run-differential is the same, a coin is to be flipped (coin toss).
If teams are unable to play a complete schedule, the League has usually used “winning percentage” as the initial standings determinant, followed by (if needed): 2) head-to-head play, 3) head-to-head run-differential, 4) season run-differential and 5) coin toss. This will be reviewed by the League if the regular season is unable to be completed and a decision made at that time.