April 3, 2018  The Pool
is over!! 16 picked Villanova to win
it all. 5 of them got shut out!



Original 

Regrouped 




Unweighted 
$$$ 
Weighted 
$$$ 
Weighted 
$$$ 
Sleepers 
$$$ 
1st 
John Magee 
120 
John Magee 
260 
Dennis Plummer 
120 
John Magee 
140 
2nd 
Greg Nilles 
80 
Pete Lawrence 
170 
John Kutz 
100 
Greg Nilles 
100 
3^{rd} 
Matt Kutz 
50 
Greg Nilles 
120 
Mike Nilles 
80 
Dennis Plummer 
70 
4^{th} 
Larry & Pete – 12 pts 
0 
Mike Nilles 
100 
John Magee 
60 
Sterling – 13 pts out 
0 
5th 
Hayashi – 14
pts 
0 
Brian Thiemann 
90 
Kara Phillips – 3 pts

0 
Weir – 17 pts out 
0 
67 


Mitrisin,
Hayashi 
70 




810th 


Bealke, Schierer, Day 
70 




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.
John Magee had 9 teams and wins first outright of $120. 22 people went
into tiebreaker for 2^{nd} and 3^{rd} with 8 teams. 8 of these 22 people had Villanova as
Champion. Pete Lawrence is only one
with Kansas and wins second place of $80.
The other seven people tie for third place money of $50, or $7 each. (the
extra dollar does into the admin bucket).
These are Solomon, Mitrisin, Bealke, Schierer, Hayashi, Mike Nilles and
Thiemann.
Most
Correct ORIGINAL Teams in the Final Four:
Pays first only of $100.
Tiebreaker is 1. Correct Champ, 2.
Correct runnerup, and then split.
Five people – Day, Lawrence, Schiman, Matt Kutz, and Williams have two teams
(Villanova and Kansas). Only Day and
Lawrence had Villanova as champ and they tie for first and split the $100, or
$50 each.
Eventual
Champ pays first only of $100. Goes to person who put the most
points per game on the champion. Of
the 16 people having Villanova as champ, both Day and Lawrence had most points
on Kansas (Since no one had Michigan or Loyola).
They each get $50.
Three
Division Champions.
John Magee, Tom Kutz, and Kevin Williams
each collect $40.
Prior
money winners this year:
First Pacesetter: Thiemann $30
Second Pacesetter: John Hayashi $30
Most Correct Teams as of Seedings: Matt Kutz $40
Weighted Points as of Seedings: Thiemann
$90, Greg Nilles $60, Matt
Kutz $30
The Kansas loss on Saturday hit Williams and Matt
Kutz real hard!
2018 Winners –
1 first time winners; 16 different winners (13 make money);
Magee total is second best alltime.
Magee 
740 
Hayashi 
212 
Plummer 

120 
Schierer 
77 
Lawrence 
350 
M Nilles 
187 
John Kutz 

100 
Tom Kutz 
41 
G Nilles 
330 
Day 
170 
Mitrisin 

77 
Williams 
40 
Thiemann 
222 
Matt Kutz 
120 
Bealke 

77 
Solomon 
7 
36 year summary Top 40 (plus 2): Magee zooms into second place; Nilles
Brothers pass milestones
Hayashi 
4052 
Nilles,G 
2794 
Sterling 
2229 
Hamilton,B 
1638 
Williams, K 
1488 
Weir, T 
1156 
Magee 
3635 
Mathias 
2647 
Day 
2188 
Durkin,T 
1581 
Bovitz 
1443 
Lawrence,Paul 
1151 
Kraft 
3625 
Weir,G 
2505 
Shisler,S 
2176 
Rowe 
1576 
Eijima 
1402 
Jones 
1147 
Pickett 
3260 
Weir,M 
2389 
Nilles,M 
2146 
Mindel 
1574 
Thiemann,B 
1356 
Sugg 
1114 
Kutz,B 
2979 
Reilly 
2381 
Gatto 
2034 
Larry & Pete 
1544 
Chieco 
1341 
Rogers Jr 
1090 
Lawrence, Pt 
2918 
Kutz,J 
2372 
Sully/Kuch 
1992 
Doseck 
1530 
Durkin, Chris 
1254 
BalsleyGoggin 
1058 
Plummer 
2856 
Kutz,T 
2239 
Mitrisin 
1666 
Ochojski 
1525 
Ruberto 
1253 
Sattler 
1047 