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Final Thoughts On Crossroads, 16 Open and Seeding

Darian Clark (left) and Alina Draper exult after a point that brought AZ East Valley one step closer to qualifying Every year, without fail, Colorado Crossroads produces. High-level teams flock to Denver to compete and, with �

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    March 3, 2016 at 8:37 pm

    It’s good to see you guys openly questioning the seeding at Crossroads. It’s an amazing qualifier, but it looks like they are using the AES power rankings for their seedings. Just kidding, the only rankings system that makes less sense than the Crossroads seeding system is the AES rankings. Why wouldn’t Crossroads just spend 30 minutes looking through results for each team? It’s not difficult to seed the open divisions, and their is no excuse for seeding the AZ Storm 18’s anywhere below a one seed, or the #1 seed for that matter. I admit that seeding in the lower divisions (USA, American) is a little tougher, but it’s never that tough to pick the #1 seeds. Crossroads should be embarrassed by how bad their seeding is. It’s a major blight on an otherwise amazing qualifier.

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    March 4, 2016 at 10:59 am

    Just a side note in day 2 pool play. MADFROG already won the pool (and knew it) after set 1 against Colorado Jrs.

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