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Whichever team goes to Div 1 doesn't matter to us. The bottom line is that three of those four teams will be in Division 2. Hamlet will also remain in Div 2 with their record.
That leaves two openings in Division 2 with five contenders to fill the slot: As I said earlier, there is a formula that takes more into account than just records but those are a big part.
A record of in Div 4 normally warrants a jump to Div 2. Their solid performance at All Star Relays supports that move.
So, that leaves four more teams, including MVP, to fill that last spot. One question the seeding committee will be looking at is whether High Point, with its record, should move up three Divisions. That's a big jump, especially with the destination being all the way up at Div 2. I don't think the committee will move them that far, so High Point will probably end up in Division 3.
We all finished this season. We split our "round robin" with each other as each of the three teams won one and lost one against the other two- so there is no clear leader emerging. This isn't the full analysis that NVSL uses, but it's a big part of it. Actually, the odds are probably even a little higher than that. If I was a betting man, my money would be on MVP.
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So, take the news as you will. Some will call it "bad" news that the Gators may end up in a higher division next year. But, if it happens, its because the team swam so well this season that it belongs there. And that's good news. I remember back in after we had just finished in Division 4. The consensus was that we were moving up and there was a lot of trepidation about going to Division 3, fed by lots of memories of an season back in I heard quite a few people lamenting the move and hoping to remain in Division 4.
We did move up, and since then we've been exclusively in Division 2 or 3 and have had a combined record of Time to get used to it.