Teams are divided between single school programs and competitive club programs. “Single school” is defined as having a minimum of 18 players from the same school district registered to the team and no less than 85% of the entire club being from that same school district. If your team meets this definition, it will be a single school team. If it doesn’t, it will be a competitive club team.
For the boys competition, we have selected four teams across the state to compete divisionally (not at the conference level) in our Super D1. This was based on history of the program, number of players registered, financial support from the team’s school or community, etc. The teams in the Super D1 will be Archbishop Moeller, St Edward, St Ignatius and St Xavier.
In addition to their locally played conference games, Super D1 teams will play each other once over the course of the season.
Boys’ teams will compete in 6 divisions:
- Super D1 and Super JV
- Single School Division 1 and Competitive Club Division 1
- Single School Division 2 and Competitive Club Division 2
Half of the single school teams with the highest student population are assigned to Single School D1. The other half of the single school teams with the lowest student population are assigned to Single School D2. The competitive club teams with the higher populations will be assigned to Competitive Club D1 and the half with lower populations will be assigned to Competitive Club D2.
Girls’ teams will compete in 3 divisions:
- Single School
- Competitive Club
- Flex League
Those assignments will be made at the close of player registration. Assignments will be made based on the student population from all schools represented on the team’s registered player list.