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The user prints a game day, blank stat-sheet. It already shows the players names and numbers so itís easy to fill in with tally marks during the game. For basketball there is one blank stat-sheet. Baseball has two, one for offense, one for pitching / defense. After the game the raw data is keyed into Stat-Sheet.com.
Stat-Sheet.com does the rest. It calculates game scores. It adjusts the standings. It calculates detailed statistics. For basketball you can see points per game for every player in the league. If you want to see shooting percentage, just click on it. Itís that easy. Perhaps rebounds per game is what you want, or free throw percentage. Itís all there and more, just a click away. Baseball has all of the stats that you would expect, batting average, home runs, RBIs, ERA, etc. But what if you want to see who has the most doubles, or the highest slugging percetage or on base percentage. Stat-sheet.com does it all. And it's free!
Getting started with a new League
Creating the schedule
Once all of the teams are created and you are logged in with adequate permissions, click on the Add To Schedule button under the schedule. It is an easy to follow form that allows you to create Regular Season League Games and Playoff League Games. To add Non-League Games or Tournament Games, go to the individual team page and follow the links from there to add these Games.
Anyone, with permissions or not, can print a blank, game day stat sheet. In the Schedule block, under the Stat-Sheet column, click on Blank. Then click on the specific team to open the blank stat sheet. Then print. Take that to the game and fill it in with tally marks.
After the game
While logged in with adequate permissions, click on the same Blank link as the Game Day instructions shown above.
There are two choices here. You can either enter the game score first then the statistics, or vice versa. The following is what will happen with either choice.
Enter Game Score first
Enter the statistics first
Can an individual hold more than one position at the same time?
Yes. For example, someone could be the Division Coordinator of more than one Division.
How is the League Administrator assigned?
Whoever creates the League is automatically the League Administrator. He/She can, at any time, transfer that position to any registered user.
How are the coordinators assigned?
The League Administrator assigns the Division Coordinators.
The League Administrator or the Division Coordinator assign the Season Coordinators.
The League Administrator, the Division Coordinator or the Season Coordinator assign the Team Coordinators.
Assigning Positions Chart
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