I'll start by saying, I think this is accurate, but please double check my numbers. I do not know for sure that the sections I thought schools are in are 100% correct. Simply did my best. If I made a mistake, let me know and I will edit this. Thanks
Looking at placings versus allocations by section:
SS 42 placers 37.50% of all placers 25.00% of qualifiers
SJ 16 placers 14.29% of all placers 18.75% of qualifiers
CS 20 placers 17.86% of all placers 12.50% of qualifiers
CC 15 placers 13.39% of all placers 12.50% of qualifiers
NC 4 placers 3.57% of all placers 12.50% of qualifiers
SD 7 placers 6.25% of all placers 9.38% of qualifiers
LA 4 placers 3.57% of all placers 6.25% of qualifiers
NS 4 placers 3.57% of all placers 3.13% of qualifiers
Another interesting thing:
SS had 42.86% of the champs (6) and 42.86% of finalists (12)
SJ had 21.43% of the champs (3) and 21.43% of finalists (6)
CS had 21.43% of the champs (3) and 17.86% of finalists (5)
CC had 14.29% of the champs (2) and 10.71% of finalists (3)
NC had 0% of the champs (0) and 0% of finalists (0)
SD had 0% of the champs (0) and 0% of finalists (0)
LA had 0% of the champs (0) and 7.14% of finalists (2)
NS had 0% of the champs (0) and 0% of finalists (0)
Another Outstanding year for the SS, won't be any more spots though until they expand the field... Already looking forward to next season.
NS in our 1st year away from the SJS had 4 OF 14 Qualifiers place at state and 2 more blood rounders. In the past few seasons NS girls have earned the SJS an additional qualifier.
I'm curious the percentage of qualifier's from each section that place at state .
Make the bracket size 40 and give the spots to sections that deserve them
On the 4 year rolling average, Central is due to take a spot from San Diego. South had a HUGE cycle in the last 2 years, so North Coast might be due to lose one, too. But there's no other section scoring above average to take it away. Just depends on when they run the numbers and how far back they look.