c. All league games will count in the standings.
Section 3 – Ties.
a.In case of a tie at the end of regulation season play these guidelines will be used to determine division winners and playoff seeding tie breakers:
b. 1. Tie Breakers.
(a). Two (2) teams.
1st-Head to Head. The winner of the game played between the teams in question during regular scheduled play.
2nd - Strength of Victory. Overall points of teams defeated (Overall end of the season total points of teams defeated based on section 2 above)
3rd-Strength of schedule. Overall points of teams played (Overall end of the season total point of teams all teams played based on section 2 above)
4th-Overall Won/Loss Record
5th-Winning Percentage. Ties will be used in the calculation by taking the average between a win and loss. A team with one (1) tie will be calculated as follows: Team A finishes 6-1-1; the winning percentage is the average between 7-1 and 6-2, which is .813. A team with two (2) ties will be calculated as follows: Team A finishes 5-1-2; the winning percentage is the average between 7-1 and 5-3, which is .750.
6th – Winning Percentage vs. Common Opponents (Use current winning percentage calculation)
(b). Three (3) or more teams.
1st-Head to Head. The winner over both teams.
2nd-3rd-4th-5th-6th, 7th, same as 1(a) excluding 1st-Head to Head.
b. As higher teams are placed the remaining teams revert back to first tiebreaker.