District VI Individual Wrestling Tournament

 Seeding Criteria

 

Criteria 1:  Prestige Points: The highest place finish from last year’s state tournament.

 

 

State Champion 100   Regional Champion 60   District Champion 30
State 2nd 95   Regional 2nd 55   District 2nd 25
State 3rd 90   Regional 3rd 50   District 3rd 20
State 4th 85   Regional 4th 45   District 4th 15
State 5th 80   Regional 5th 40   District 5th 10
State 6th 75   Regional 6th 35      
State 7th 70            
State 8th 65            

 

Criteria 1 Points: _________

 

 

Criteria 2: Points for Won-Loss Record: Points for this year’s record of wins and losses.

 

Wins: __________ Multiply by (+5) = (A): __________ Losses: __________ Multiply by (-3) = (B): __________ 
 

If a wrestler participates in more than (20) matches, multiply the total points earned by the appropriate percentage from the following table:

 

21 matches - .975

24 matches - .900

27 matches - .830

30 matches - .770

33 matches - .710

22 matches - .950

25 matches - .875

28 matches - .810

31 matches - .750

34 matches - .690

23 matches - .925

26 matches - .850

29 matches - .790

32 matches - .730

35 matches - .670

For each match after 35, the percentage will go down (.20)

 

Total Points: (A + B): _____ X Total Matches %:_____ = Criteria 2 Points: _________

 

 

Criteria 3:  Competition Points Measure of caliber of competition.  Bonus points are awarded for competing against last year’s place winners during this year’s dual meet and tournament bouts.

 

Note: Defeating any one of the following will get the points in the first column.  Losing to one of the following will get the points in the second column.

 

  W L     W L     W L
State Champion 50 10   Regional Champion 30 7   District Champion 15 4
State 2nd 48 10   Regional 2nd 28 5   District 2nd 13 4
State 3rd 45 8   Regional 3rd 25 5   District 3rd 10 3
State 4th 42 8   Regional 4th 22 5   District 4th 7 3
State 5th 40 7   Regional 5th 20 4   District 5th 5 1
State 6th 37 7   Regional 6th 17 4        
State 7th 35 7                
State 8th 32 7                

 

Criteria 3 Points: _________

 

 

TOTAL POINTS (Criteria 1 + 2 + 3) = ____________

 


 

A coach may challenge another wrestler with higher seed points if the wrestlers below has beaten the wrestler above him head-to-head the majority of the times they've wrestled during that given season regardless of points.  If the wrestlers split matches, then the seeding reverts back to points.  Challenges occur bottom to top.

 

Criteria 4: Unforeseen Circumstances

      

If a coach has a case for his wrestler because of an injury or any other unforeseen circumstances, the wrestler's coach may make a case for the wrestler and why he deserves special treatment.  After the case is presented, all head coaches will vote on whether to give said wrestler special treatment or not.  As part of the coaches’ case for special consideration, he must state the specific reason (illness, injury, etc.) for this consideration.