Drexel finished ahead of VCU, George Mason and Old Dominion to win the 2012 CAA regular season championship. While George Mason was ranked a distant fifth despite finishing 14-4, Drexel, VCU and ODU were virtually identical statistically.
In order to determine our team rankings, we calculate the difference between a team's own FIC per game and their opponents' FIC for the entire conference season.
The FIC is a single statistical measurement that encompasses things such as scoring efficiency, rebounding, blocked shots, etc. Its purpose is to combine the box score into one statistic, both on a team level and for players.
1. Old Dominion: 19.10
2. Virginia Commonwealth: 19.03
3. Drexel: 18.44
4. Georgia State: 9.25
5. George Mason: 8.26
6. Delaware: 3.81
7. Northeastern: -5.19
8. Hofstra: -7.95
9. North Carolina-Wilmington: -11.52
10. James Madison: -12.08
11. William & Mary: -14.88
12. Towson: -26.29