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: May 30, 2018 08:34 CT
TeamElo RatingSeason Change
Yale1944307
Duke1920243
Albany1894147
Denver1886201
Robert Morris1830319
Loyola MD1823200
Maryland181276
Cornell1758277
Vermont1754290
Johns Hopkins1720184
Penn State169391
Rutgers166651
Ohio State166417
Bucknell1660163
Notre Dame165894
Richmond16372
Georgetown1633216
Princeton163268
Massachusetts1612120
Saint Joseph’s159798
Bryant159520
Lehigh158689
Boston U158421
Syracuse1578-53
Virginia157781
Monmouth1568-24
Villanova15683
Brown1550-96
Navy154525
Penn15456
Towson1545-94
Army1537-49
Harvard151913
North Carolina1514-47
Michigan151333
Quinnipiac150127
Colgate149468
Stony Brook1477-99
Marquette1467-69
Detroit146154
UMBC14601
Air Force1453-162
Delaware14492
Hobart and William1444-45
Sacred Heart1443-40
Jacksonville144071
Hofstra1438-154
Providence1421-112
High Point1414-19
Drexel1409-57
Canisius1407-62
Binghamton1393-175
Cleveland State1359-57
Massachusetts-Lowell13526
Mount St Marys1341-25
Hampton1329-35
Marist1325-217
Hartford1306-186
Furman1301-178
St. John’s129734
Bellarmine1285-68
Mercer1277-126
Fairfield1262-193
Holy Cross1232-205
Siena1232-153
Wagner1212-201
Manhattan1167-86
VMI1159-104
Dartmouth1150-146
NJIT1130-131
Lafayette1065-250