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588 winning percentage being the highest in franchise history.
If two Clubs are tied for first place in a Division with an identical winning percentage at the conclusion of the championship season as originally scheduled, including all rescheduled games, the Commissioner shall award the Division championship as follows:
40% Miss Tor Sturgis and Chris Catlin boast this winning percentage as a partnership at Lingfield, much better than their record there as individuals, which stands at 17% for Sturgis and 8% for Catlin.
Balfour and Porter  compare the variation of winning percentage for the population of teams both before and after free agency and find that that variance has been lower in the period of free agency (1977-89) than it was in the earlier period tested (1961-76).
The winning percentage of 83% further solidified Odyssey's position as the dominant putter in golf.
He has lost 419 and tied five for a winning percentage of 73.
737) at home, the best winning percentage in the majors (minimum 10 games) during that span.
In addition to its academic strength, Notre Dame is well known for its legendary football team, which has won the most championships and compiled the highest winning percentage in the nation, as well as an overall athletic program that ranks among the very best competitively and in the classroom.