True Team® scoring overview
True Team® scoring allows all athletes and teams to compete against everyone in their
conference each week! In the True Team® scoring format, each team has a pre-determined
number of competitors that will contribute to their team’s score, with each qualifying competitor
scoring at least one point. The top score in a conference will receive the maximum number of points and
the last qualifying score will receive the minimum one point unless there is a tie and the remaining
points are split equally.
Each conference will have a different total of the points available for each event because each
conference will have a different number of qualifying athletes and the possibility of a different number
- Teams are assigned a conference based on a similar number of members on a team.
- The number of scores used is determined upon a team’s conference designation at the time of
- Smaller conferences with smaller teams will use less scores. Larger conferences with larger teams
will use more scores.
- The same number of team members must be used for each team to provide equal opportunity to earn
- The smallest team size (less approximately 20%) in a conference will determine the number of athlete
scores that are used.
- See the Conference Assignment & True Team® Scoring Example below.
How an athlete earns points
All athletes shoot at their assigned 50 targets on their team-assigned event day of the week. The
Head Coach enters all scores into the League’s Team Management System™ before Saturday at 9
- The top scores, as determined by the qualifying number of scores used for your team each week, are
compared against all other teams within your conference.
- The top score receives the highest number of points available and the remaining scores are assigned
based on decreasing subsequent scores until to the last qualifying score that receives one point.
- Scores that are tied will equally split the earned points.
- Athletes who do not qualify for the week’s top finishers are recorded and submitted, but not
used in determining the team’s score. They are designated with a DNQ (Did Not Qualify) in the
Team Scoring Report.
- Scores are published on Saturday at approximately 10:00 p.m.
- See the True Team® scoring example right.
How a team earns points
- All qualifying athlete scores are added to determine the total team score for that event.
- The team score is then compared against all of the scores of the other teams in their conference to
determine weekly and overall standings.
- See the True Team® scoring example to the right.
- All completed event scores are added to determine the standings based on the highest number of
- The team that ends the season with the highest number of points earned wins their conference.