1. Alex Tangen
2. Sammy Chien
3. Jesse Huang
4. Sam Hout
5. Logan Stock
6. Colton McWhorter
1. Avery Shepherd
2. Sydney Johnson
3. Gwen Caudle
4. Sayler Scarborough
5. Rebecca Gu
Combined Coed Ladder
1. Alex Tangen
2. Avery Shepherd
3. Sammy Chien
4. Sydney Johnson
5. Jesse Huang
6. Gwen Caudle
7. Sam Hout
8. Logan Stock
9. Sayler Scarborough
10. Colton McWhorter
11. Rebecca Gu
- Upon joining the team, new players will be added to the bottom of both the combined ladder and their gender-specific ladder.
- You can challenge players up to two spots above you, on either the gender-specific or combined ladder.
- Matches will be best of three games, with an 11-point tiebreaker (if necessary).
- The winner of a ladder match will be moved into the loser's spot, and other players will be pushed down as necessary.
- The challengee (i.e, the player being challenged) has the right to choose the ball (red/white) that will be used for the match.
- The ordering of the ladders will always be consistent: e.g., if Player A is above Player B on the men's ladder, then he will always be above Player B on the combined ladder. Thus, the result of one challenge match may (and often will) affect two ladders.
- If two UT players play against each other in a tournament, in standard best-of-three-games match format, the result will affect the ladders. This is true for a singles match in any main bracket, consolation, second flight, etc.
- To schedule a ladder match, you must contact your opponent and agree on a match time at least 24 hours in advance. Let an officer know of your scheduled match time, and (s)he will assign you a referee (if requested).
- Regardless of who wins, a challenge match between the same two people cannot happen more often than once every two weeks.
- Any player who already has a ladder match scheduled can only schedule an additional ladder match for a date after the previously scheduled match.
- No player is required to play more than one ladder match per week. If challenged for a week where a player already has a ladder match scheduled, (s)he can push the next match to the following week.
- If you have to miss your match and have a valid excuse, be sure to let an officer know before the match time.
- If you don't provide prior warning and you miss your match time, or are fifteen minutes late, you will forfeit the match. If you were the challengee, you will be moved below the person who challenged you on the ladder, and the order of all other rankings will remain the same. If you were the challenger, there will be no change in the ladder order, but you will lose the right to initiate any other challenge matches for one month ("The Karl Rule").
- The ladder will be used for seeding purposes at tournaments.
- In the event that there are not enough resources to take the whole team to Nationals, the ladder may be used for selection purposes.