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Team Stats as of 2013

posted Jul 27, 2013, 7:20 AM by Pat Windschitl   [ updated Sep 4, 2013, 12:08 PM ]
As we enter the new SCY season I thought I'd post up some of our recent club statistics. 
Club ranking in USA Swimming's Virtual Club Championships.

Team ranking based on placing within the 120+ Pacific Swim Clubs!

TEAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS
YEAR 1 - FOUNDING SEASON
2011-2012 SCY Team Ranking in Pacific: 62nd
2011-2012 LCM Team Ranking in Pacific: 53rd
Team ranking based on placing within the 120+ Pacific Swim Clubs!

YEAR 2 - OUR CURRENT YEAR
2012-2013 SCY (Sept-March) Team Ranking in Pacific: 30th
2012-2013 LCM (April-August) Team Ranking in Pacific: 27th
Finished 16th at LCM Junior Olympics!
WE MOVED UP OVER 30 SPOTS FROM OUR FIRST YEAR!


Standards Achieved List 2013


- CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 32 SWIMMERS ON THE TEAM THIS SEASON WHO HAVE ACHIEVED A JUNIOR OLYMPIC TIME OR FASTER!  
- OF THOSE 32, 23 ARE 12 years old or Younger! 

FULL TEAM STATS:
TeamNONE*** B ****** A ****** JO ****** FARW ****** PRT ***
PCEA  42 (32%)
130 (100%)
  23 (17%)
88 (67%)
  33 (25%)
65 (50%)
  15 (11%)
32 (24%)
  6 (4%)
17 (13%)
  11 (8%)
11 (8%

12 and under Team STATS:
TeamNONE*** B ****** A ****** JO ****** FARW ****** PRT ***
PCEA  36 (38%)
94 (100%)
  16 (17%)
58 (61%)
  19 (20%)
42 (44%)
  12 (12%)
23 (24%)
  2 (2%)
11 (11%)
  9 (9%)
9 (9%)

TOTAL  36 (38%)
94 (100%)
  16 (17%)
58 (61%)
  19 (20%)
42 (44%)
  12 (12%)
23 (24%)
  2 (2%)
11 (11%)
  9 (9%)
9 (9%)

For all the times in the database that fit the selection criteria, the system computes the best standard achieved for all swimmers with at least one time selected. The results are displayed per team, with grand-totals displayed at the end.
  • The first line gives the number of swimmers (and percentage swimmers) whose best achieved standard is the one shown in column header.
  • The second line gives the number of swimmers (and percentage swimmers) whose best standard is at least the one shown in header.
  • The first standard column (with header NONE) provides statistics for no standard achieved. Its second line is always the total number of swimmers considered for this list, and the percentage is always 100% (since all swimmers have at least achieved no standard).