Los Angeles Organization of Ultimate Teams

Summer League Records

Aug 9th, 2010 | By | Category: Summer League

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(Note: most records are regular season only, unless otherwise mentioned)

INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS

  • Most wins: 11 – Platinum OG (2015 C0-ed) & Dexy’s Midnight Runners (2010 Co-ed)
  • Most losses: 11 – Silver Surfer (2009 Men’s), Black (2007 Co-ed) and Yellow (2007 Men’s)
  • Highest winning percentage: 100% – Gold Room (2014 Co-ed), Dexys Midnight Runners (2010 Co-ed) and Lint Gray (1998 Spring League)
  • Lowest winning percentage: 0% – Black (2007 Co-ed), Yellow (2007 Men’s), Yellow (2002) and Rose (2001)
  • Highest point differential: +81 – Clarence Boddicker (2016)
  • Lowest point differential: -92 – Silver Surfer (2009 Men’s)
  • Greatest point differential between 1st and 2nd best: 47 – Lint Gray (1998 Spring League)
  • Most games ahead of 2nd place team: 3 – Simply Red (2010 Men’s) and Lint Gray (1998 Spring League)
  • Most games back: 10 – Joan Jett and the Blackhearts (2010 Co-ed) and Black (2007 Co-ed)
  • Most ties: 2 – Yellow Submarine (2015 Co-ed), Pinky and the Brain (2011 Co-ed), Purple (2007 Co-ed), Grey Adder (2006), Tan Sidewinder (2006), Yellow (2005) and Orange (2005)
  • Most consecutive ties: 2 – Yellow Submarine (2015 Co-ed) & Pinky and the Brain (2011 Co-ed)
  • Fewest wins by a first place team: 6 – Tan (2005)
  • Most wins by a last place team: 3 – White Zombie (2010 Men’s) and Purple (2005)
  • Most consecutive losses to end a season for a first place team: 2 – White Cobra (2006)
  • Most consecutive losses to start a season for a first place team: 2 – Smashing Pumpkins (2011 Men’s)
  • Most consecutive wins to end a season for a last place team: 1 – Grey’s Anatomy (2012 Co-ed) & Indigo Girls (2011 Co-ed)
  • Best point differential from a team with a losing record: 15 – Minnesota Golden Gophers (2013 Co-ed) & Flash Yellow (1998 Spring League)
  • Worst point differential from a team with a winning record: -9 – Bluetooth (2012 Co-ed)
  • Highest winning % from a team with a negative point differential: 64% – Tan (2007 Co-ed) and Tan Sidewinder (2006)
  • Lowest winning % from a team with a positive point differential: 33% – Purple (2005)
  • Lowest seed to win tournament: 7 – White Rabbit (2008 Men’s)
  • Worst winning % to win tournament: 45% – Joey Chestnut (2012 Men’s) & White Rabbit (2008 Men’s)
  • Most teams tied for first place: 3 (2016)

CAPTAIN RECORDS (career)

  • Most years: 11 – Andy Bandit
  • Most wins: 64 – Seth Gillum
  • Most losses: 57 – Erick Cifuentes
  • Most ties: 3 – Alex Korb, Andy Bandit, Bryanne Knight, Erick Cifuentes, Mike Bell, Orin Moore and Rob Severson
  • Highest winning % (minimum 3 years): 85% – Dan Oettinger
  • Lowest winning % (minimum 3 years): 28% – Patrick Hagan
  • Highest point differential: 328 – Seth Gillum
  • Lowest point differential: -178 – Leland Waters
  • Longest winning streak: 24 – Fei Zang (2013-2015)
  • Longest undefeated streak: 26 – Frankie Rho (2008, 2010 & 2012) (AND COUNTING)
  • Longest losing streak: 18 – Paul Dreyer (2001 – 2002)
  • Most 1st place finishes: 3 – Frankie Rho
  • Most top 3 finishes: 6 – Seth Gillum
  • Most above 50% finishes: 8 – Seth Gillum
  • Most below 50% finishes: 7 – Erick Cifuentes
  • Most tournaments won: 2 – Aaron Jacobs, James Renfroe, Jason Schissel, Matt Findley and Seth Gillum
  • Most last place finishes: 2 – Kevin Balas and Leland Waters
  • Most different co-captains: 5 – Andy Bandit and Remy Schor
  • Most years with a co-captain: 8 – Chris Park-Thomas and Joy Park-Thomas
  • Most years with the same co-captain: 8 – Chris Park-Thomas and Joy Park-Thomas
  • Most years without a co-captain: 7 – Ivan Seto and Leland Waters
  • Most years between captaining teams: 14 – Kevin Thomas (2000-2014)
  • Most years captaining the same color: 4 – Andy Bandit (White) and Leland Waters (Maroon)
  • Worst regular season finish for a captain the year after winning a title: Last place – Kevin Balas (2011 Men’s) and Jessica Felleman (2011 Co-ed)
  • Most first-time captains: 18 (2013)

SEASON RECORDS

  • Most games played –  125 (2009)
  • Most ties – 6 (2006)
  • Most overtime games – 16 (2007)
  • Most forfeits – 5 (2006)

COLOR RECORDS (career)

  • Most teams: 27 – White and Black
  • Most wins: 148 – White
  • Most losses: 143 – Black
  • Most ties: 9 – Red
  • Highest winning % (minimum 3 teams): 72% – Ice Blue
  • Lowest winning % (minimum 3 teams): 22% – Rose
  • Most 1st place finishes: 5 – White
  • Most tournament wins: 3 – Black and White
  • Highest point differential: 132 – Grey
  • Lowest point differential: -263 – Yellow

ALL COLORS

TEAMS W L T % 1st Places Tourneys Won Point Differential
Aqua 7 32 39 1 45% 0 0 -52
Baby Blue 2 11 10 0 52% 0 0 -2
Berry 1 2 7 0 22% 0 0 -41
Black 27 134 143 3 48% 1 3 -22
Blue 18 84 102 3 45% 1 0 -136
Brown 12 71 55 1 56% 0 2 118
Burgundy 1 8 2 0 80% 0 1 24
Cardinal 1 1 7 1 17% 0 0 -59
Carolina 1 2 8 1 23% 0 0 -49
Charcoal 1 3 8 0 27% 0 0 -30
Chestnut 1 4 5 1 45% 0 1 3
Copper 1 4 6 0 40% 0 0 -4
Crimson 3 19 12 0 61% 0 0 77
Eggplant 1 4 5 0 44% 0 0 -4
Espresso 1 1 9 0 10% 0 0 -70
Fandango 1 2 8 0 20% 0 0 -58
Fire 1 9 1 0 90% 0 0 51
Forest 12 55 64 1 46% 0 0 -28
Fuchsia 1 4 6 0 40% 0 0 -11
Gold 11 56 57 3 50% 1 1 50
Grape 1 7 4 1 63% 0 0 29
Grass 1 8 4 0 67% 0 0 43
Green 20 116 90 3 56% 2 2 118
Grey 11 64 42 5 58% 3 2 132
Heather 1 7 1 1 83% 1 1 38
Honey 1 2 9 0 18% 0 0 -49
Ice Blue 3 23 8 1 72% 2 1 109
Ice Gray 1 8 0 1 94% 1 0 27
Indigo 1 2 9 0 18% 0 0 -33
Jade 1 9 2 0 82% 1 0 50
Kelly 5 22 28 1 44% 1 1 -30
Maple 1 4 7 0 36% 0 0 -20
Maroon 10 47 49 2 49% 0 0 -13
Midnight 2 20 3 0 87% 1 1 73
Mint 1 8 2 0 80% 0 1 51
Natural 1 3 4 0 43% 0 0 -20
Navy 10 52 46 1 53% 1 0 87
Onyx 1 9 1 0 90% 1 0 47
Orange 19 89 99 5 47% 1 0 -140
Orchid 1 8 2 0 80% 0 0 25
Peach 2 11 10 1 52% 0 0 -35
Pearl 1 1 9 0 10% 0 0 -56
Pink 10 52 49 4 51% 0 2 20
Platinum 1 11 1 0 92% 1 0 39
Pumpkin 1 9 2 0 82% 1 0 59
Purple 19 82 108 5 43% 1 1 -120
Rainbow 1 1 9 0 10% 0 0 -36
Red 24 117 125 9 48% 2 1 -43
Rose 3 6 23 1 22% 0 0 -97
Royal 6 29 28 4 51% 0 0 54
Sea 1 5 4 0 56% 0 0 6
Silver 6 33 31 0 52% 0 0 -19
Sky 1 4 7 0 36% 0 0 -17
Steel 1 6 4 0 60% 0 0 29
Stonewash 3 8 20 0 29% 0 0 -63
Sunshine 1 2 8 0 20% 0 0 -33
Tan 6 40 20 3 66% 1 1 111
Texas Orange 1 10 1 0 91% 1 1 73
Tropical Blue 1 5 6 0 45% 0 0 -3
Turquoise 2 14 5 0 74% 0 1 26
White 27 148 125 6 54% 5 3 122
Wine 1 6 4 0 60% 0 1 25
Wood 1 1 9 0 10% 0 0 -60
Yellow 15 52 95 5 36% 0 0 -263

SILLIER OR MORE OBSCURE SUMMER LEAGUE RECORDS:

  • Most losses a team started with, but still finished with a winning record: 5 – Black Monday (2010 Men’s)
  • Most consecutive weeks for a #1 seed playing a different #2 seed: 4 – Simply Red (2010 Men’s)
  • Highest scored game: 20-19 Aqua Lounge over Blu Monkey Bar (2014 Men’s), Gold Room over Silverlake Lounge (2014 Co-ed), Wake Forest Demon Deacons over Military Academy Black Knights (2013 Men’s), Tulane Green Wave over Lake Forest College Foresters (2013 Co-ed), Military Academy Black Knights over Dartmouth Big Green (2013 Men’s) & Dream Team Gold over Men in Black (2011 Men’s)
  • Lowest scored game: 9-6 Grey Adder over Pink Lancehead (2006)
  • Greatest margin of victory in a game: 17-0 Texas Tech Red Raiders over Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (2013 Men’s)
  • Most overtime wins: 4 – Blue Meanies (2008 Men’s) and Turquoise (2003)
  • Most overtime games played: 4 – Blue Meanies (2008 Men’s), Grey (2007 C0-ed), Turquoise (2003) and Black (2002)
  • Most games that did not go to completion: 7 – Pink (2006)
  • Most consecutive universe points played: 3 – Military Academy Black Knights (2013 Men’s)
  • Most times a last place team beat a first place team: 2 – White Zombie over Simply Red (2010 Men’s)
  • Times that two teams played eachother twice in the same week: Little Blue Pill and Brown & Williamson (2011 Men’s) & Gang Green and Yellowbeard (2010 Men’s)
  • Most times one team forfeited to the same team in one year: 2 – Jack Black forfeiting to New York Fire Department (2012 Men’s)
  • Most years played before winning your first game: 3 – Jesse Greenberg (2008-2010)
  • Most cuts obtained from stepping on your shattered glasses after they dropped to the floor while you were pole dancing: 1 – Sam Regnier (2006 Tournament party)
  • Tournament MVP’s who came from the losing team: Mike “Diesel” Weil (Isle of Wight, 2009 Co-ed)
  • Largest trade: Nine players, three teams. (2013 Men’s) White trades Jeremy Abraham, Noam Shanker and Sam Trachtman to Black for Andrew Grangaard, Evan Valdes and Simon Margolis.  And Black trades Trachtman and Timothy Johnson to Red for Lewis Preston and Noah Donnell-Kilmer.
  • Most user comments following a recap: 42. Blue Devils Possess the Forest posted 7/10/13
  • Highest percentage of people in a poll who think a team will win the tournament: 44% – Smashing Pumpkins (2011 Men’s)
  • Most games in week 2 where teams with the same record played eachother: 9 (2012)
  • Greatest point differential swing by one team in a season: 29 – White Cobra (2006)  (Included a 17-2 win and a 17-3 loss.)
  • Games ending on a Callahan: Dartmouth College Big Green’s Andrew Bustle to defeat Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (2013 Men’s)
  • Games ending on a dropped pull on universe point: Chaminade University Silverswords beats Military Academy Black Knights 19-18. (2013 Men’s)
  • Most teams at the top of a division that lost their final game of the season: 3 (2013 Co-ed)
  • Fewest 1-1 teams in Co-ed after week 2: 2 (2014)
  • Latest point in the season that two undefeated teams face each other: Week 10.  (2015 Co-ed, Platinum OG vs. Red Cross)
  • Highest tournament temperature: 106 degrees (2015)

SUMMER LEAGUE FACTS

Year TD Teams Weeks Color Theme Tourney Location Co-ed Winner Men’s Winner
1998 Alex David 8 7 Columbia Park, Torrance Lint (Grey)
1999 Alex David 10 10 Cal Poly Pomona Pink Grapefruit
2000 Will Robinson 12 11 Cal Poly Pomona Burgundy
2001 Will Robinson 12 10 Cal Poly Pomona Heather Grey
2002 Chris Mundhenk 12 10 Cal Poly Pomona Turquoise
2003 Chris Mundhenk 13 10 Cal Poly Pomona Black
2004 Chris Mundhenk 16 10 Balboa Field, Encino Grey
2005 Jason Trevor 16 9 Balboa Field, Encino Kelly
2006 Andy Bandit 20 11 Snakes on a Disc Cal Poly Pomona White Cobra
2007 Andy Bandit 22 11 Field of Dreams, San Pedro Green Black
2008 Andy Bandit 22 11 60’s Summer League of Love Field of Dreams, San Pedro Coppertone Tan White Rabbit
2009 Andy Bandit 22 12 Swingin’ 70’s Field of Dreams, San Pedro Bad Bad Leroy Brown Pol Pot Brownies
2010 Andy Bandit 22 11 Totally Awesome 80’s Cal Poly Pomona Pretty in Pink Purple Rain
2011 Andy Bandit 22 11 Gnarly 90’s Cal Poly Pomona Ice Ice Baby Dream Team Gold
2012 Andy Bandit 24 12 The Aughts Cal Poly Pomona Green Dot Joey Chestnut
2013 Andy Bandit 24 10 College Teams Cal Poly Pomona University of Maine Black Bears Wisconsin Whitewater Warhawks
2014 Andy Bandit 20 10 L.A. Bar Brawl Cal Poly Pomona The Mint Wine Cave
2015 Andy Bandit 18 11 Puff the Magic League Cal Poly Pomona Red Cross Midnight Toker
2016 Andy Bandit 16 11 Villains Central Park, Santa Clarita Dark Phoenix

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  1. i might have to captain a 2nd season of summer league now, just to become the winningest captain in both winter and summer league in LA history.

  2. knowing how trying being a captain can be i salute the leadership of Ivan, Andy, Greg, Leland, Randy, and Ellen for doing it for so long. holy cow!

  3. What about 1st time the MVP of the Summer League tourney was someone from the losing team in the finals – 2009 Mike “Diesel” Weil

  4. Good one Jeff. That was an amazing game by Diesel. I’m adding it to the records.

  5. I think there should be more stats that relate to Jesse Greenberg.

  6. I think my only notable stat is pretty well covered Rho!

    You, however, should get a spot for the most hand D’s. If you are on my team, I will keep a tally and make it official.

  7. I am already keeping a tally of all your stats, Greenberg.

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