Phillips Academy Andover sits atop the final New England high school field hockey ranking: MAX Field Hockey

Two out of the three top three teams on MAX Field Hockey’s final New England ranking went undefeated in 2023.


The final regional ranking was published Tuesday.


Phillips Academy Andover claimed the No. 1 spot, while Cheverus and Watertown were second and third respectively, as well as boast all zeros in their final records.


Here is the final list of ranked teams, according to the MAX Field Hockey website:


OC Wachusett Regional, Holden, Massachusetts, 15-3-4, previously Others Considered, Division I State Semifinalist

OC Norwood, Norwood, Massachusetts, 20-3-0, previously not ranked, Division 2 State Finalists

OC Dover-Sherborn, Dover, Massachusetts, 17-3-2, previously not ranked, Division 3 State Semifinalist

OC Champlain Valley Union, Hinesburg, Vermont, 11-4-1, previous rank No. 16, Division 1 State Semifinalists

OC Bishop Guertin, Nashua, New Hampshire, 15-3-0, previous rank No. 19, Division 1 State Semifinalists

OC Bishop Feehan, Attleboro, Massachusetts, 14-6-1, previously not ranked, Division I Quarterfinals

OC Algonquin Regional, Northborough, Massachusetts, 15-3-3, previously Others Considered, Division 1 Quarterfinals

OC Acton-Boxborough Regional, Acton, Massachusetts, 15-4-1, previous rank No. 14, Division 1 Quarterfinals

20. The Governor’s Academy, Byfield, Massachusetts, 13-6-2, previous rank No. 18, NEPSAC B Semifinalists

19. Foxborough, Foxborough, 17-3-0, previously not ranked, Division 3 Quarterfinalists

18. Rice Memorial, South Burlington, Vermont, 13-3-1 previously Others Considered, Division 1 State Finalists

17. Newburyport, Newburyport, Massachusetts, 18-2-0, previously Others Considered, Division 3 State Finalists

16. South Burlington, South Burlington, Vermont, 16-1-0, previous rank No. 20, Division 1 State Champions

15. Buckingham Browne & Nichols, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 15-5-0, previous rank Others Considered, NEPSAC B Finalists

14. Reading Memorial, Reading, Massachusetts, 19-1-0, previous rank No. 15, Division 2 State Champions

13. Windham, Windham, New Hampshire, 16-2-1, previous rank No. 9, Division 1 State Finalists

12. Noble & Greenough School, Dedham, Massachusetts, 13-4-0, previous rank No. 17, NEPSAC A Semifinalists

11. Franklin, Franklin, Massachusetts, 19-1-1, previous rank No. 11, Division 1 State Semifinalists

10. Sandwich, East Sandwich, Massachusetts, 20-1-1, previous rank No. 10, Division 3 State Semifinalists

9. Middlesex, Concord, Massachusetts, 18-2-0, previous rank No. 12, NEPSAC B Champions

8. Skowhegan, Skowhegan, Maine, 16-2-0, previous rank No. 8, Class A State Finalist

7. Dover, Dover, New Hampshire, 18-0-1, previous rank No. 4, Division 1 State Champions

6. Uxbridge, Uxbridge, Massachusetts, 22-1-0, previous rank No. 6, Division 4 State Champions

5. Andover, Andover, Massachusetts, 16-3-0, previous rank No. 5, Division 1 State Finalists

4. Walpole, Walpole, Massachusetts, 22-1-0, previous rank No. 4, Division 1 State Champions

3. Watertown, Watertown, Massachusetts, 22-0-0, previous rank No. 3, Division 3 State Champions

2. Cheverus, Portland, Maine, 18-0-0, previous rank No. 2, Class A State Champions

1. Phillips Academy Andover, Andover, Massachusetts, 17-2-0, previous rank No. 1, NEPSAC A Finalists

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