The ELO system is a method for comparing the relative strength of teams. The higher the ELO rating, the better the team. The difference in two teams’ ELO ratings can be used to estimate the likelihood of each team winning. ELO only uses the final score, the location of the game, and the date of the game, and it does factor in some season-to-season carryover. To reiterate, this is not a ranking based on past performance, but an attempt to sort teams based on “current” strength. Consider these ratings in beta for the time being.  We also posted a detailed write up of the methodology.
Last Updated: Feb 19, 2019 22:13 CT
Team Elo Rating Season Change
Duke 1775 54
Cornell 1759 278
Loyola 1730 60
Penn State 1721 119
Yale 1714 -19
Denver 1705 2
Maryland 1700 35
Vermont 1668 34
Albany 1665 -41
Ohio State 1652 66
Princeton 1639 69
Saint Joseph’s 1632 73
Robert Morris 1624 -56
Rutgers 1611 23
Georgetown 1603 29
Notre Dame 1602 19
Towson 1599 75
Richmond 1595 22
North Carolina 1588 80
Colgate 1578 82
Navy 1571 47
High Point 1568 113
Army 1565 46
Syracuse 1559 6
Bucknell 1556 -27
Delaware 1556 83
Bryant 1556 -2
Brown 1551 24
Boston U 1549 4
Johns Hopkins 1535 -80
Villanova 1535 0
Hobart 1531 79
Virginia 1525 -15
Marquette 1522 39
Lehigh 1519 -25
Michigan 1515 8
Penn 1507 -16
UMass 1502 -56
Hofstra 1500 33
Harvard 1495 -15
Sacred Heart 1492 1
Air Force 1484 8
Providence 1480 21
Detroit 1466 -12
Monmouth 1466 -69
UMBC 1465 -14
Quinnipiac 1459 -39
Drexel 1454 1
St. Bonaventure 1450 -49
Utah 1430 -69
Stony Brook 1426 -61
Canisius 1421 -6
Cleveland State 1413 -12
St. John’s 1412 19
Binghamton 1397 -46
UMass-Lowell 1389 -32
Jacksonville 1388 -80
Marist 1380 -27
Lafayette 1376 105
Holy Cross 1354 -4
Mount St Marys 1346 -75
Furman 1345 -49
Hartford 1342 -55
Bellarmine 1334 -52
VMI 1328 7
Hampton 1324 -40
Fairfield 1317 -56
Dartmouth 1307 -8
Wagner 1306 -26
Siena 1302 -56
Mercer 1279 -103
Manhattan 1268 -54
NJIT 1228 -76