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2013 ncl fall season


The 2013 NCL mandatory Pre-Season game will identify players with similar knowledge and skill levels; players will be placed in one of three brackets as follows:
  • Bronze: novice players. Players will have limited existing knowledge and skills and should be able to complete some or most of the preparatory lab exercises
  • Silver: intermediate players. Players will have an intermediate level of knowledge and skills and should be able to complete all of the preparatory lab exercises
  • Gold: experienced players. Players will have the highest level of knowledge and skills (e.g., have already completed relevant certifications and/or completed more advanced study)

regular season

Players will compete within their own brackets for the maximum number of points. While game challenges are available to all players, there are increasingly difficult challenges included to test players in higher brackets.

post season

A team’s bracket will be determined relative to all the teams registered to play:
  • A raw team score will be calculated by adding the Regular Season flag scores for all the players on the team and dividing by the number of players on the team
  • If 2 teams tie for inclusion in a bracket, the team average for the number of flag captures and accuracy will be used to break the tie
  • All teams from all schools will compete within their bracket for the Post Season games
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