picture of 2019 Durango Fall-Classic

Completed, Sep 20-21, 2019
 

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FRIDAY

All teams will participate in pool play at their designated locations. At the conclusion of pool play, all teams will play in a Qualifying Round on Saturday morning.

1st place teams will play at Durango
2nd place teams will play at Green Valley
3rd place teams will play at Palo Verde
4th place teams will play at Coronado

SATURDAY

At Durango: The winners of the Championship Qualifying Rounds will play in the Championship Division Bracket, while the losers will compete in the Silver Division Bracket.

At Green Valley: The winners of the Bronze Qualifying Rounds will play in the Bronze Division Bracket, while the losers will compete in the Competition Division Bracket.

At Palo Verde: The winners of the Classic Qualifying Rounds will play in the Classic Division Bracket, while the losers will compete in the Contender Division Bracket.

At Coronado: The winners of the Challenger Qualifying Rounds will play in the Challenger Division Bracket, while the losers will compete in the Character Division Bracket.

TIE BREAKING PROCEDURES

Two Teams with Identical Match Records: Use head to head results.

Three Teams with Identical Match Records: In a pool with one team advancing to the Championship Round and a three-way tie in match record for 1st (in a 4-team pool, all teams are 2-1 in match record).

SEEDING TIE BREAKER SETS

The seeds for teams tied in match record involved in the tie breaker sets are determined by: Set Percentage: The total number of sets played in the pool (sets won divided by total sets played). The team with the highest set percentage is seeded first.

If teams are still tied: Point Percentage: Each team’s total points scored divided by the total points scored by the team’s opponents in that pool. The team with the highest point percentage is seeded first.

If teams are still tied: Coin toss

PLAYING TIE BREAKER SETS

All three teams will participate in tie breaker sets.

Set 1: The #2 seed will play the #3 seed. The loser of Set 1 will be third place in the pool.

Set 2: The winner of Set 1 will play the #1 seed. The winner of Set 2 will be first in the pool and the loser will be second.

Each set is to 25 points.

If, for any reason, one of the tied teams is unavailable for the resolution of the tie at the time the court official is ready to proceed, that team will automatically become the third place team and the other two teams will play one tie breaker set.

In a pool with a three-way tie in match record for 2nd place (in a 4-team pool, all teams are 1-2 in match record).