Virtual Meet Central: Who's Gonna Win True Team State?

Ever since 1987, Minnesota has offered an alternative method of determining which teams in the state are truly the best. The State Championships, while excellent at highlighting Minnesota's most outstanding athletes, simply did not do so. Why were teams who were easily defeated in duals, tris, and invitationals the entire season able to score more points at the State Championships than the teams who had previously defeated them soundly? How could a team be crowned a "State Champion" when only a small handful of athletes (even a single athlete) were responsible for the points that team accumulated?

The solution to this problem was True Team, and now in the 33rd year of it's existence, it has excellently served it's purpose in crowning the state's finest, deepest, and most successful teams. Every athlete and every relay contributes to a team's score from the event-winners who score the most points to even the last person to cross the finish line scoring a single point. And every point could count.

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With the True Team State Championships beginning on Friday afternoon, we used out virtual meet tool to project* the potential outcomes for this weekend's championships. Some competitions are very tight. Others indicate that some teams might have a distinct advantage. How does your squad compare with all the others?

Check out our projections for each True Team State Championship, and continue to check through the week as the virtual meets are updated with new results!

Boys                      Girls 

Class AAA                      Class AAA

Class AA                         Class AA

Class A                           Class A

*Note: Virtual Meet results are not able to completely accurately reflect the scoring method for True Team, as it only allows 25 athletes to be scored in each event, and does not account for athletes competing in relays against the statewide four-event limit. The results and scores reflected here are the best approximations possible within the limitations of this tool.