2017 PSR Power League Final Standings
2016 PSR Power League Final Standings
2015 Power League Final Standings
2014 Power League Final Standings
2013 Power League Final Standings
U18 Power League Final Standings
U16 Power League Final Standings
U15 Power League Final Standings
U14 Power League Final Standings
U12 Power League Final Standings
2012 Power League Final Standings
2011 Power League Final Standings
Power League Schedules 2019: AES
2019 PSR Power League: Final Standings
2018 PSR Power League Final Standings
Power League Age Groups
U13 & U14
U17 & U18
NOTE: The U17 and U13 age groups will play up with the next age division. The rankings of teams in their individual age divisions will be easily ascertained because the rankings are linear.
Power League History and Overview
In 2007, The Puget Sound Region initiated a linear ranking tournament series to be played at various sites within the region. This tournament series is used to rank teams within each age division and is one vehicle used to provide qualifying and seeding into the Regional Championships as well as into the region’s National Bid tournament.
The tournament series will be held on five days spread over five separate weekends with the first two days in January, and one additional date each in February, March and April. Please note that U12’s will have one day in January and four total days in their series and the entry fee will be less than that of all other age groups. The first January date will consist of seeding rounds, while the second January date will be the initial point scoring date. The playing days in February, March, and April will also have points awarded to each team based on their finish. Thus, a total of four point scoring dates will be included in the final league standings.
Teams will be required to enter all five days (four for U12’s). Once accepted to the league, no refunds will be given for either dropping or no-shows.
Points will be awarded for each placement from top to bottom. A premium will be awarded to finishing 1st overall. Also, points will increase each subsequent date (points are listed at the end of this document). These points from each session will accumulate and the total number of points awarded will determine final league standings, which will be utilized to help seed the Regional Championship as well as the PSR National Bid Tournament.
After the conclusion of the seeding portion on the first play day, teams will be placed into flights consisting of pool and playoff bracket play. The majority of the flights will consist of 8 teams, although, since the region has decided to accept all teams that enter the league, there may be flights of 5, 6 and 7 teams. The teams will be ranked from 1st on down after flight play has concluded. In the majority of flights, the top three finishers will move up a flight while the bottom three finishers will drop down a flight. There are some minor exceptions, including the U16’s and U18’s flight # 1 where only the top team will move into the Inter-Regional Platinum League while the bottom team from the Inter-Regional Platinum League will move down into flight # 1.
Teams that decide not to participate in the league will still be allowed to enter the Regional Championships and the PSR Bid Tourney and will be seeded by a seeding committee created by the PSR Operations Director.