Tie-Breakers for the District Dual Meet Tournament

Ties in the rankings shall be resolved as follows:

 

(a) If the two schools wrestled each other during the regular season, the winner of the majority of those matches shall be ranked higher.  HEAD TO HEAD

 

(b) If (a) does not resolve the tie in the rankings, the won-loss record of the tied schools against common regular season opponents shall be used to break the tie in the rankings. The criteria used for this will be as follows: Ten (10) points will awarded for each of those wins and no points awarded for each loss. RECORD AGAINST COMMON REGULAR SEASON OPPONENTS

 

(c) If (b) does not resolve the tie in the rankings, the overall won-loss records of the tied schools will be used in determining the winner.  The criteria used for this will be as follows: Ten (10) points will be awarded for each of those wins and no points for each loss. RECORDS AGAINST REGULAR SEASON OPPONENTS

 

(d) If (c) does not resolve the tie in the rankings, the winning percentage (dividing the number of matches won by the number of matches wrestled against common regular season opponents. This will be used to determine the winner.  PERCENTAGE WINS AGAINST COMMON REGULAR SEASON OPPONENTS

 

(e) If (D) does not resolve the tie in the rankings, the winning percentage (dividing the number of matches won by the number of matches wrestled against common regular season opponents. This will be used to determine the winner.  PERCENTAGE WINS AGAINST  REGULAR SEASON OPPONENTS

 

(f) If (e) does not resolve the tie in the rankings, the team that yielded the fewest points when they wrestled each other during the regular season shall be determined to be the winner. FEWEST POINTS YIELDED AGAINST COMMON REGULAR SEASON OPPONENTS

 

(g) If (f) does not resolve the tie in the rankings, the fewest points yielded against the tied school's common regular season opponents shall be used in breaking the tie in the rankings.  FEWEST POINTS YIELDED AGAINST COMMON REGULAR SEASON OPPONENTS

 

(h) If (g) does not resolve the tie in the rankings, the fewest points yielded against the tied school's regular season opponents will be used to break the tie.  FEWEST POINTS YIELDED AGAINST REGULAR SEASON OPPONENTS

 

(i) If (h) does not resolve the tie in the rankings, a coin flip shall be used in breaking the tie in the rankings.

 

     (1) If two schools are tied, one coin flip will determine the winner

     (2) If three schools are tied, the odd coin on the flip will determine the winner

     (3) If four schools are tied, each pair of teams will flip a coin with the two winners flipping a second time