PLAYERS

 


Rated Player Information is updated following every regional tournament and periodically as needed. Please note that if your name is not on one of the lists below, it is assumed you are on the Men'sB or Women'sB lists, which are not published.

Players will/may be moved up divisionally as follows:

  • Following every Western BCA Regional event based their final standings in each division.
  • The Men's and Women's Senior Singles champions at each regional event will be moved to the Men'sA and Women'sA or B divisions respectively for a period of two years after winning the Senior Division. If they do not advance to the Master Division during that time, they can petition the Competition Committee to play in the Senior Division. Masters cannot play in the Senior Single divisions.
  • All changes for players will take place immediately after the end of each Regional event.
  • Players may be moved up from a division at anytime by the Competition Committee depending on the players ability.

League Operators: If you need help rating your players, first click on Tips for Rating Players. Still not sure, contact the Competition Committee.

Players/League Operators: If you feel that you/your player are incorrectly rated and would like a ratings review, the League Operator can go to the Ratings Change Request page. Players, your League Operator must make this request for you.

Restricted Team Players are those players who, in team events at a regional tournament, finished high enough that they are not allowed to play together as a team for the next two years. The "Top Finishing Teams Rule" is as follows:

Top Finishing Teams shall be defined as those Teams placing:

  • 1st and 2nd in the Mens/Mixed Master Team Division (8-Ball)
  • 1st and 2nd in the  Womens Master Team Division (8-Ball)
  • 1st through 4th in the Mens/Mixed Open and Men'sB/Mixed Team Divisions (8-Ball) based on 100+ teams/event, 1st through 3rd if less than 100.
  • 1st and 2nd in the Womens Open Team Division (8-Ball)
  • 1st through 4th in the Mens/Mixed and Men'sB/Mixed Team Divisions (9-Ball) based on 100+ teams/event, 1st through 3rd if less than 100.
  • 1st and 2nd in the Womens Team Division (9-Ball)

      For the next two years:

  • These teams cannot play together in the division they placed in.
  • 8-Ball Open Teams can stay together but they must play in the next higher division (Men's/Mixed in the Men's/Mixed Master Division, Men'sB/Mixed in Men's/Mixed Open and Women's Open in the Women's Master).
  • Only two players on any of the 8 or 9-Ball RTP lists may form a team and play together while they are listed.

Open Mixed Scotch Doubles:

  • Winners of the Open Mixed Scotch Doubles may not play together as a team in the Open division for a period of two years.
  • If they wish to play together as a team, they must play in the Master Mixed Scotch Doubles division.