Congratulations to MAX Field Hockey’s 2015 High School Regional & National Players of the Year!

Harrow Sports/NFHCA First Team All-American
MSG Varsity All-Metro Player of the Year
All-State, All-Section
College Commitment: Wake Forest University

Bozek was absolutely unstoppable this Fall.  The 2-time First Team All-American led her Lakeland Hornets to their 7th straight State Championship, contributing 46 goals and 25 assists from her center mid position.  The senior graduates with 5 state championships (she began playing Varsity in the 8th grade), 103 goals and 83 career assists.

Harrow Sports/NFHCA Second Team All-American
Boston Globe Division 2 Player of the Year
Middlesex League MVP & 3-time Middlesex League All-Star
College Commitment: University of Connecticut

Kennedy led the Boston-area in scoring this Fall with 31 goals and 20 assists.  She helped Watertown capture their 7th straight Massachusetts State Championship and claim the all-time High School national unbeaten streak.  The junior now has 69 goals and 66 assists.

Harrow Sports/NFHCA First Team All-American
Eastern Pennsylvania Conference MVP
College Commitment: University of North Carolina

One of the most prolific goal scorers in the High School game right now, Sholder was the difference maker everytime she stepped on the field this Fall.  While her scoring stats of 63 goals and 40 assists are impressive alone, her ability to put the ball in the back of the net when it counted most is what set her apart.  Among those clutch goals– the game winner in overtime to win her Emmaus team the Pennsylvania AAA State Championship.

Harrow Sports/NFHCA First Team All-American
Group 6A State & Regional Player of the Year
Conference Player of the Year
College Commitment: Duke University

Schleicher wrapped up an impressive and record breaking career this Fall.  The senior led her First Colonial team to the Virginia 6A State Championship and became the first player in the history of High School field hockey to finish her career with 200 goals and 200 assists.  Her 61 goals and 50 assists in 2015 ranks among the top in the nation and she graduates as the all-time national leader in assists with 200.

San Diego Section Player of the Year
Serra Tournament MVP
College Commitment: Cal-Berkeley

Rodgers broke the San Diego Section season scoring record this Fall, scoring an impressive 60 goals.  The junior, who also added 17 assists, led her Serra team to the San Diego Section Open Division Championship and a 26-1 finish.