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Guide to League Tool Settings

Once a league is built the settings for that season can be adjusted based upon the organizations specific needs. These tools can be accessed in edit mode, on a league page, under admin> tool settings.



Status: tools can be set to Inherit, Disabled, or Private.  

  • Tools that are set to Inherit will follow the settings from the team page.
  • Tools that are set to Private means that only people rostered on the page can view it
  • Tools that are set to Disabled means that they are not viewable at all.

Roster
Game Schedule
Statistics
Standings
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Roster

Select which pieces of information the organization is going to display on the roster tab for players and coaches. Once players are mass rostered to team, the organization can export information from registration and important in the players tab of Sports Management.

Game Schedule

Choose which information the organization would like to display and which features to have on a game schedule. Options include email results, game defaults, display record, ticket and broadcast information.

Statistics

Select which level of stats will be displayed, how to score games, who can finalize games, and which stats will display per sport.

Standings
  • You can only choose the Standings Type when you initially create your League page.  Once the League page has been created, you CANNOT go back and change the Standings Type.
  • SportsEngine can enable the ability for an admin to override who advances if an additional tie-breaker is unavailable.

Seeded Single Elimination Bracket: Teams are seeded and play games within a single-elimination bracket
Custom Points: Points for the winning, losing, and tying teams are assigned for each game independently. Teams are ordered by points, then wins, then losses (ascending), and then by games played (ascending).

Ice Hockey:
Hockey - NHL Classic: Teams receive 2 points for a win and 1 for a tie. Teams are ordered by points, then wins, then losses (ascending), then by games played (ascending), and then goal differential.
Hockey - NHL Classic with FPP: Identical to NHL Classic, but with the addition of Fair Play Points (FPP).
Hockey - NHL Current: Teams receive 2 points for a win, 1 for a tie, and 1 for an overtime loss. Teams are ordered by points, then wins, then losses (ascending), then by games played (ascending), and then goal differential.
Hockey - Pond Hockey: Teams receive 3 points for a win and 0 for a loss, no ties. Teams are ordered by points, then goals against, then goals for (ascending).
Hockey - International: Teams receive 3 points for a win, 0 for a loss, 2 for an over-time win, and 1 for an over-time loss. No ties. Teams are ordered by points and goal differential(GF-GA)
Hockey - NCHC: Teams receive 3 points for a win, 1 for a tie, and 2 for a shootout win. Teams are ordered by points, then wins, then winning percentage.
Hockey - International Ice Hockey Federation Championships: Standings are sorted by points, head-to-head wins, and goals differential.

Lacrosse:
Lacrosse - MLL: Teams are ordered by games behind, then winning percentage, and then wins.
Lacrosse - NLL: Identical to Lacrosse - MLL, but with no tie game option

Baseball/Softball:
Baseball - MLB: Teams are ordered by games behind, then winning percentage, wins, and then run differential.

Soccer:
Soccer - Universal: Teams receive 3 points for a win and 1 point for a tie. Teams are ordered by points, then goal differential, then goals for.
Soccer - 2 Point Win: Identical to Soccer - Universal, but teams receive 2 points for a win.

Basketball:
Basketball - NBA: Teams are ordered by games behind, then winning percentage, and then wins.FootballFootball - NFL: Teams are ordered by games behind, then winning percentage, and then wins.

Flag Football: Teams are ordered by overall winning percentage, then head-to-head record, then goal differential.

Volleyball:
Volleyball: Volleyball Standings

Rugby Union:
Rugby Union With Bonus Points: Teams receive 4 points for a win and 2 for a tie. The losing team receives 1 point if they lost by 7 or less, and both teams receive a point if they have 4 or more tries. Teams are ordered by points, then wins, then losses (ascending), and then by games

Rugby Union Without Bonus Points: Teams receive 4 points for a win and 2 for a tie. Teams are ordered by points, then wins, then losses (ascending), and then by games played (ascending).BasicBasic: Basic Standings
 

Custom Standing:

  • Wins: Games won by the team in regulation time. 
  • Losses: Games lost by the team in regulation time. 
  • Ties :Games tied by the team in regulation time. 
  • Points: The number of points scored.
  • Secondary Record: Division record when aggregated at the "league level". League record when aggregated at the "lowest division" level. For example, if you are showing your standings at the lowest division level, the secondary record is league. If you are showing them at the league level, then the secondary record is the lowest division level.
  • Score For: The amount of points/runs/goals scored by a standings team.
  • Score Against: The amount of points/runs/goals scored against a standings team.
  • Score Differential: The difference between the winning and losing score.
  • Games Played: Total number of games played by the team that are flagged as 'Completed'
  • Games Remaining: Total number of games which have a future scheduled date that are not flagged as 'Canceled'
  • Win Percent: Winning percentage of the team.
  • Streak: Number of consecutive wins by the team.
  • Last Ten: The number of wins, losses, and ties for the last ten games played.
  • Overtime Wins: Games won by the team in overtime or extra periods/innings
  • Overtime Losses: Games lost by the team in overtime or extra periods/innings
  • Extra Points: Bonus points awarded to a team after the game (Fair Play Points)
  • Points Allowed: Sum of the total number of points that can be accrued by the team for the season. This includes any override points at the game level EXCEPT for extra points.
  • ​Points Remaining: Sum of the total number of points remaining in the season that a team could accrue. This can be used to determine how far up the standings order a team could ascend if they won every game.


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