Long Island won the Northeast with a 16-2 record, but were third statistically with an average FIC differential of 12.12.
Wagner went 15-3 on the season, but were clearly the best team 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. Wagner: 18.35
2. Robert Morris: 13.03
3. Long Island: 12.12
4. Quinnipiac: 11.28
5. St. Francis (NY): 5.08
6. Central Connecticut State: 4.53
7. Sacred Heart: 1.06
8. Monmouth: -4.74
9. Mount St. Mary's: -6.63
10. St. Francis (PA): -10.48
11. Fairleigh Dickinson: -18.38
12. Bryant: -25.24