April 9, 2019 -- The Pool is over!!  1 picked Virginia to win it all and is our biggest winner

 

 

 

Original

 

Regrouped

 

 

 

 

Unweighted

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Weighted

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Weighted

$$$

Sleepers

$$$

1st

John Magee

120

Matt Kutz

260

Kevin Williams

120

Ochojski

140

2nd

John Bovitz

80

John Kutz

170

Louis Madris

100

Mindel

100

3rd

Greg Nilles

50

Kara Phillips

120

Chuck Schierer

80

Plummer

70

4th

 

 

Gary Mindel

100

Tom Kutz

60

 

 

5th

 

 

Ken Schiman

90

 

 

 

 

6th

 

 

Pete Lawrence

70

 

 

 

 

7-8

 

 

Tomoika, C Durkin

60

 

 

 

 

9-10

 

 

Bovitz, Williams

50

 

 

 

 

Correct ORIGINAL teams in Sweet Sixteen:      Tiebreaker will be 1) correct champ, then 2) most in top 2, then 3) most in top 4, then 4) split.  

Bovitz and Chris Durkin both had Virginia in championship game and tie for first $100 each.  Williams gets third and $50.

Most Correct ORIGINAL Teams in the Final Four:  Pays first only of $100.   Tiebreaker is 1. Correct Champ, 2. Correct runner-up, and then split.

John Kutz had Virginia as champ and wins the tie breaker.

Eventual Champ pays first only of $100.  Goes to person who put the most points per game on the champion.  John Kutz had Virginia all the way.

Four Division Champions.  Lawrencee, Matt Kutz, Phillips and John Kutz each collect $30.

Prior money winners this year:   

First Pacesetter:     Ben Kutz $30  Second Pacesetter:       Logan Bealke $30    

Most Correct Teams as of Seedings:      John Bovitz and Chuck Schierer tied $20 each

Weighted Points as of Seedings:     Pete Lawrence $90  Greg Nilles  $60    Brian Thiemann   $30

2019 Winners  20 different winners (14 make money);

37 year summary --  CURRENT players only -  with years in pool shown.

 

Thru 2018

2019

Thru 19

Years

Hayashi

4052

 

4052

34

Magee

3635

120

3755

34

Kraft

3625

 

3625

37

Lawrence, Pt

2918

190

3108

36

Kutz,B

2979

30

3009

34

Plummer

2856

70

2926

37

Nilles,G

2794

110

2904

27

Kutz,J

2372

400

2772

31

Mathias

2647

 

2647

37

Weir,G

2505

 

2505

31

Reilly

2381

 

2381

21

Kutz,T

2239

60

2299

37

Sterling

2229

 

2229

31

Day

2188

 

2188

33

Nilles,M

2146

 

2146

26

Sully/Kuch

1992

 

1992

33

Mindel

1574

200

1774

20

Williams, K

1488

220

1708

21

Bovitz

1443

250

1693

26

Mitrisin

1666

 

1666

20

Ochojski

1525

140

1665

20

Durkin,T

1581

 

1581

22

Larry & Pete

1544

 

1544

20

Doseck

1530

 

1530

33

Durkin, Chris

1254

160

1414

23

Eijima

1402

 

1402

24

Thiemann,B

1356

30

1386

19

Jones

1147

 

1147

31

Balsley-Goggin

1058

 

1058

13

Tomoika

938

60

998

25

Phillips

828

150

978

18

Madris

815

100

915

15

Kutz, Matt

613

290

903

16

Schiman, K

742

90

832

17

Schierer

601

100

701

16

Balsley, Scott

610

 

610

10

Nahorski

575

 

575

7

Butash

536

 

536

16

Bealke

317

30

347

3

Solomon

7

 

7

3

Sliwa

 

 

0

1

2019 Top Ten RETIRED

Pickett

3260

Rowe

1576

Weir,M

2389

Chieco

1341

Shisler,S

2176

Ruberto

1253

Gatto

2034

Weir, T

1156

Hamilton,B

1638

Lawrence,Paul

 

I anticipate doing this again next year.  If your address changes or email address changes, let me know. Email address is jtkutz51@yahoo.com.     The primary premise of the pool is to go on record in December with who you think will win in March.

I have decided the pool will remain as is for next year.  Three months ago I considered moving the due date for picks into January, and separately considered a separate late January regroup category but NOT.