Massey's rating system now is up and running for the 2011 season. Use the following link: http://www.masseyratings.com/rate.php?lg=csocw At the Massey webpage, you can select the ratings for whichever college level you want to see (e.g., Division I). For unofficial, but reliable, Division I women's RPI ratings, use the following link to the nc-soccer pages: http://www.nc-soccer.com/wsoccer/2011/ Please note that Massey's system starts with an initial "weighting" of teams based on past history. Over the course of the season, Massey winnows out the weighting as he inputs more game result data into the system. By having an initial weighting, Massey makes his ratings currently usable for considering the relative strengths of teams. The RPI, on the other hand, starts out with the assumption that all teams are of equal strength and moves away from that assumption based only on games played. It is not intended to be usable currently for considering the relative performance of teams, due to the very limited current data within the system. The only time it is intended to be usable for considering how teams have performed is at the end of the regular season, when it is used in the NCAA Tournament at large selection and seeding processes.