As conference, district and state champions begin to be crowned, we bring you the final regular season rankings of the 2018 High School Field Hockey season!  Final Regional and National Rankings will be released Tuesday, December 4th.  In the meantime, we switch our focus towards postseason play and compiling postseason player honors, which are already beginning to roll out.  The High School option on the drop down menu of our main menu bar is where you can find our High School Postseason Central and Player Awards.  We will be building on both of these pages daily from here on out.  If we are missing something, please email us at [email protected]  We are also posting championship team pictures on social media and our mobile app, The Field Hockey Network, so be sure to follow us and download the app!  Learn More about The Field Hockey Network

A reminder that teams that win or vie for a state or major conference championship will be invited to our inaugural 2019 MAX Field Hockey National Tournament at The Proving Grounds (Conshohocken, PA) next Fall!  Learn More

Postseason player and coach awards: we have the complete nomination process for All-Region Teams and other major player and coach awards outlined with details and deadlines at the HIGH SCHOOL — SUBMIT NOMINATIONS page.  The nomination deadline is Tuesday, November 20th.  PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT NOMINATIONS PRIOR TO THE PLAYER OR COACHES SEASON BEING COMPLETE.

Congratulations to our first crowned 2018 State Champs!
-Visit the HS Postseason Central-

Colorado: Regis Jesuit High School
Illinois: New Trier High School
Kentucky: Sacred Heart Academy
Michigan (D1): Huron High School
Michigan (D2):
University Liggett School
New Hampshire (D1):
Winnacunnet High School
New Hampshire (D2): Derryfield School
New Hampshire: (D3): Mascoma Valley High School
North Carolina (NCISAA): Charlotte Latin School

 

View complete Week #8 Regional Top 20 Rankings and National Top 25 Rankings below!

 

A note on our rankings:  Weekly we track over 150 team’s schedules and results, which is a daunting task given the inconsistent availability of up-to-date High School field hockey information online across the country.  While we try our best to look out for new teams on the rise or to add, logistically we heavily rely on how our previously ranked teams are doing, and we look for any teams who beat, tie or challenge one of them.  If you think we are missing a team, please let us know!  We ALWAYS welcome productive feedback and want you to let us know if we are missing a team or if you think a team should be ranked higher or lower.  Email us: [email protected]


VIEW THE WEEK #8 NATIONAL TOP 25 RANKINGS


SELECT A REGION TO VIEW WEEK #6 REGIONAL TOP 20 RANKINGS