Regional RPI Rankings


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Regional RPI Rankings
There is no perfect way to judge regionals to see which schools have the easier or tougher roads to the super regionals, but I have tried to go strictly with the RPI to rank the toughest regionals.

Four Team Rankings
I doubt the rankings using all four teams is the best way to rank regionals. In most cases the fourth seed in each regional is not a big factor, yet their RPI usually drives the overall ranking way up. Nevertheless, here is the rankings using the RPI for all four teams in each regional:

1. Mississippi State Regional-118
1Mississippi St. 10
2South Ala. 17
3Mercer 29
4Central Ark. 62

2. Vanderbilt Regional-148
1Vanderbilt 2
2Georgia Tech 21
3Illinois 40
4East Tenn. St. 85

3. South Carolina Regional-158
1South Carolina 13
2Clemson 14
3Liberty 59
4Saint Louis 72

4. Virginia Tech Regional-169
1Virginia Tech 11
2Oklahoma 34
3Coastal Carolina 45
4Connecticut 79

5. Cal State Fullerton Regional183
1Cal St. Fullerton 6
2Arizona St. 22
3New Mexico 51
4Columbia 104

6. Kansas State Regional-197
1Kansas St. 18
2Arkansas 31
3Bryant 46
4Wichita St. 102

7. Oregon State Regional202
1Oregon St. 5
2Texas A&M 33
3UC Santa Barbara 55
4UTSA 109

8. North Carolina Regional-211
1North Carolina 1
2Fla. Atlantic 26
3Towson 90
4Canisius 94

9. NC State Regional-242
1North Carolina St. 7
2Ole Miss 20
3William & Mary 44
4Binghamton 171

10. UCLA Regional-250
1UCLA 15
2Cal Poly 24
3San Diego 47
4San Diego St. 164

11. Indiana Regional-252
1Indiana 12
2Austin Peay 27
3Florida 35
4Valparaiso 178

12. Florida State Regional-254
1Florida St. 8
2Alabama 25
3Troy 41
4Savannah St. 180

13. Oregon Regional-259
1Oregon 9
2Rice 36
3San Francisco 50
4South Dakota St. 164

14. Louisville Regional289
1Louisville 16
2Miami (FL) 19
3Oklahoma St. 52
4Bowling Green 202

15. LSU Regional-298
1LSU 4
2La.-Lafayette 23
3Sam Houston St. 48
4Jackson St. 223

16. Virginia Regional-304
1Virginia 3
2UNC Wilmington 30
3Elon 70
4Army 201

Three Team Rankings
Since several of the three seeds have a shot at advancing, I think this is the best aw to rank teams. Below are the rankings using the top three seeds:

1. Mississippi State Regional-56
1Mississippi St. 10
2South Ala. 17
3Mercer 29

2. Vanderbilt Regional-63
1Vanderbilt 2
2Georgia Tech 21
3Illinois 40

3. NC State Regional-71
1North Carolina St. 7
2Ole Miss 20
3William & Mary 44

T4. Indiana Regional-74
1Indiana 12
2Austin Peay 27
3Florida 35

T4.Florida State Regional-74
1Florida St. 8
2Alabama 25
3Troy41

6. LSU Regional-75
1LSU 4
2La.-Lafayette 23
3Sam Houston St. 48

7. Cal State Fullerton Regional-79
1Cal St. Fullerton 6
2Arizona St. 22
3New Mexico 51

8. UCLA Regional-86
1UCLA 15
2Cal Poly 24
3San Diego 47

9. South Carolina Regional-86
1South Carolina 13
2Clemson 14
3Liberty 59

10. Louisville Regional-87
1Louisville 16
2Miami (FL) 19
3Oklahoma St. 52

11. Virginia Tech Regional-90
1Virginia Tech 11
2Oklahoma 34
3Coastal Carolina 45

12. Oregon State Regional-93
1Oregon St. 5
2Texas A&M 33
3UC Santa Barbara 55

13. Kansas State Regional-95
1Kansas St. 18
2Arkansas 31
3Bryant 46

14. Oregon Regional-95
1Oregon 9
2Rice 36
3San Francisco 50

15. Virginia Regional-103
1Virginia 3
2UNC Wilmington 30
3Elon 70

16. North Carolina Regional-117
1North Carolina 1
2Fla. Atlantic 26
3Towson 90

Two Team Rankings
Below are the rankings using only the top two seeds in each:

1. Vanderbilt Regional-23
1Vanderbilt 2
2Georgia Tech 21

T2. North Carolina Regional-27
1North Carolina 1
2Fla. Atlantic 26

T2. South Carolina Regional-27
1South Carolina 13
2Clemson 14

T2. NC State Regional-27
1North Carolina St. 7
2Ole Miss 20

T2. LSU Regional-27
1LSU 4
2La.-Lafayette 23

T2. Mississippi State Regional-27
1Mississippi St. 10
2South Ala. 17

7. Cal State Fullerton Regional-28
1Cal St. Fullerton 6
2Arizona St. 22

T8. Florida State Regional-33
1Florida St. 8
2Alabama 25

T8. Virginia Regional-33
1Virginia 3
2UNC Wilmington 30

10. Louisville Regional-35
1Louisville 16
2Miami (FL) 19

11. Oregon State Regional-38
1Oregon St. 5
2Texas A&M 33

T12. Indiana Regional-39
1Indiana 12
2Austin Peay 27

T12. UCLA Regional-39
1UCLA 15
2Cal Poly 24

T14. Virginia Tech Regional-45
1Virginia Tech 11
2Oklahoma 34

T14. Oregon Regional-45
1Oregon 9
2Rice 36

18. Kansas State Regional-49
1Kansas St. 18
2Arkansas 31

Seeding Notes
Highest Top Seed-UNC-1
Highest Second Seed-Clemson 14
Highest Third Seed-Mercer 29
Highest Fourth Seed-Central Arkansas 62

Lowest Top Seed-Kansas State 18
Lowest Second Seed-Rice 36
Lowest Third Seed-Towsend 90
Lowest Fourth Seed-Jackson State 223

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