MAX Field Hockey Class of 2025 TOP 150 National Player Invitational

A 1-day showcase event for MAX Field Hockey’s Top 150 Players in the Class of 2025

Monday, May 22, 2023
@The Proving Grounds (Conshohocken, PA)

Note: This event is scheduled on a Monday to avoid conflict
with Regional Club Championships, NEXUS events, and JPOL games.

Tentative Schedule
8:00am-11:10am: 7v7 games
11:20am-11:50am: Goalkeeper Showcase
12:30pm-7:30pm: 11v11 games
All games will be played on the FIH Global Certified Villanova University water-based turf

Field Players: Play in 3x 7v7 games and 2x 11v11 games
Goalkeepers: Play in 3x 7v7 games (1 GK per team), Goalkeeper Showcase, and 2 GKs/11v11 team + extra 1-2 quarters

**Limited Spots Available**
Limited to 100 field players & 10 goalkeepers (Increased from 88 & 8!)

One top defender, midfielder, forward, and goalkeeper will be recognized at the conclusion of the event based on their performance throughout the day.

Athletes earn an invitation by being named to MAX Field Hockey’s Top 150 Players in the Class of 2025, to be released in January/February 2023.  Spots will be filled on a first come, first served basis, limited to 88 field players and 8 goalkeepers.  If those spots are filled, we will start a waitlist for other interested Top 150 players.

Cost: $395
Reversible Jersey or GK Jersey
Video Footage of all games through CruitCast



-College Coaches RSVP Here-


Appalachian State University
Boone, North Carolina
Division 1 – MAC

Boston College
Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
Division 1 – ACC

Boston University
Boston, Massachusetts
Division 1 – Patriot League

Brown University
Providence, Rhode Island
Division 1 – Ivy League

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Bryant University
Smithfield, Rhode Island
Division 1 – America East

Cornell University
Ithaca, New York
Division 1 – Ivy League

Dartmouth College
Hanover, New Hampshire
Division 1 – Ivy League

Duke University
Durham, North Carolina
Division 1 – ACC

Fairfield University
Fairfield, Connecticut
Division 1 – NEC

Georgetown University
Washington, D.C.
Division 1 – Big East

Indiana University
Bloomington, Indiana
Division 1 – BIG 10

James Madison University
Harrisonburg, Virginia
Division 1 – Independent

Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio
Division 1 – BIG 10

Princeton University
Princeton, New Jersey
Division 1 – Ivy League

Providence College
Providence, Rhode Island
Division 1 – Big East

Queens University
Charlotte, North Carolina
Division 1 – Independent

Rutgers University
New Brunswick, New Jersey
Division 1 – BIG 10

Sacred Heart University
Fairfield, Connecticut
Division 1 – NEC

Saint Joseph’s University
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Division 1 – Atlantic-10

Syracuse University
Syracuse, New York
Division 1 – ACC

Temple University
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Division 1 – Big East

University of Iowa
Iowa City, Iowa
Division 1 – BIG-10

University of Maryland
College Park, Maryland
Division 1 – BIG 10

University of Massachusetts
Amherst, Massachusetts
Division 1 – Atlantic-10

University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Division 1 – ACC

University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Division 1 – Ivy League

Villanova University
Villanova, Pennsylvania
Division 1 – Big East

Virginia Commonwealth University
Richmond, Virginia
Division 1 – Atlantic-10

Wagner College
Staten Island, New York
Division 1 – NEC

Wake Forest University
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Division 1 – ACC

Yale University
New Haven, Connecticut
Division 1 – Ivy League


Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Indiana, Pennsylvania
Division 2 – PSAC

Mercy College
Dobbs Ferry, New York
Division 2 – NE-10


Alvernia University
Reading, Pennsylvania
Division 3 – MAC

Neumann University
Aston, Pennsylvania
Division 3 – Atlantic East

York College
York, Pennsylvania
Division 3 – MACC