Since Brandon Rosage is now doing a sports podcast locally, made me think about how I've been meaning to write more about local sports.
There is at least an exhibition competition between Evergreen State and Saint Martins, but there is no similar series between the local Olympia-area soccer teams. So, for the time being, I'm going to start keeping a ranking of the local college soccer teams.
The basic ranking will the point-per-game for league games between the men and women teams of both Evergreen and Saint Martins and the mens team at South Puget Sound (no womens teams). I know this is a bit late, since the college soccer schedule ended months ago, but I'm going to keep closer track next year, on a week to week basis.
Here's this year winner of the cup to be named later, the Saint Martins women, who earned just better than a tie per league game, with the Evergreen Men coming in second.
Games Pts PPG
SMW 14 21 1.5
EM 14 14 1
SMM 10 6 0.6
EW 9 0 0
SPSCC 13 0 0
So, what should we name it?
And, if you were wondering, this is my first post about what I want to call "real sport," which in this case isn't the MLS Sounders, but local college soccer teams that we all should pay closer attention to. And, maybe this ranking is a way of putting a better focus on the local college scene.
Just realized I tried something like this on Olyblog a few years ago and I called the cup the "Tolmie Cup," after a Brit who hung around here a hundred years or so ago. Maybe that's still a good idea, but I'm willing to take suggestions.