1 1 2 2 4.
Score sequences do not characterize tournaments; there are non-isomorphic tournaments with the same score sequence. There is an elegent characterization of score sequences due to H. G. Landau (On dominance relations and the structure of animal societies, III. The condition for a score structure., Bulletin for Mathematical Biophysics, 15 (1953) 143-148.), namely that a sequence s1 < s2 < ... < sn of integers is a score sequence of a tournament if and only if
The number of score sequences for n = 1,2,...,15, is 1, 1, 2, 4, 9, 22, 59, 167, 490, 1486, 4639, 14805, 158808, 531469. This is sequence A000571(M1189) in Neil J. Sloane's database of integer sequences.
The algorithm used for generating score sequences is from the paper:
F. Ruskey, R. Cohen, P. Eades, and A. Scott,
Alley CATs in search of good homes,
Congressus Numerantium, 102, pp. 97-110.
The paper can be downloaded from Frank Ruskey's