Undefeated Norfolk Academy finished as No. 1 in final 2023 fall field hockey Mid-Atlantic Region ranking: MAX Field Hockey

Norfolk Academy finished its 2023 Fall field hockey season with a highly coveted pristine record.


The Bulldogs went 22-0-0, as did the No. 2 ranked Independence High School. Both schools finished as state champions in their respective state category.


Two schools that weren’t previously ranked joined the list in the final week.


Here are the high school programs in the Mid-Atlantic that ranked in MAX Field Hockey’s final list:


OC Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart, Bethesda, Maryland, 15-2-0, previous rank No. 20, ISL Champions

OC St. John’s College, Washington, DC, 15-1-0, previous rank Others Considered, WCAC Champions

OC Notre Dame Prep, Townson, Maryland, 13-4-1, previous rank Others Considered, IAAM A Conference Semifinalists

OC Nansemond River, Suffolk, Virginia, 17-3-1, previous rank Others Considered, Group 4 State Semifinalists

OC Myers Park, Charlotte, North Carolina, 16-4-0, previous rank Others Considered, 16-4-0, previous rank Others Considered

OC Frank W. Cox, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 11-5-1, previous rank No. 7, Class 5 Quarterfinalists

OC Charlotte Country Day School, Charlotte, North Carolina, 15-5-0, previous rank No. 17, NCISAA State Championship

OC Cary Christian School, Cary, North Carolina, 12-3-0, previous rank Others Considered, NCISAA State Finalists

OC Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, Maryland, 10-3-0, previous rank Others Considered, IAAM A Conference Semifinalists

20 Gloucester, Gloucester, Virginia, 18-3-0, previous rank No. 19, Group 4 State Finalists

19. Loudoun Valley, Purcellville, Virginia, 20-2-0, previously not ranked, Group 4 State Champions

18. Cardinal Gibbons, Raleigh, North Carolina, 17-3-0, previous rank Others Considered, NCFHA State Champions

17. W.T. Woodson, Fairfax, Virginia, 20-5-0, previously not ranked, Group 6 State Finalists

16. Tabb, Yorktown, Virginia, 21-0-0, previous rank No. 15, Group 3 State Champions

15. Fairfax, Fairfax, Virginia, 19-3-0, previous rank No. 18, Group 6 State Semifinalists

14. Oakton, Vienna, Virginia, 21-1-0, previous rank No. 13, Group 6 State Semifinalists

13. Trinity Episcopal School, Richmond, Virginia, 15-5-0, previous rank No. 10, VISAA Division I State Semifinalists

12. Yorktown, Arlington, Virginia, 21-3-0, previous rank No. 14, Group 6 State Champions

11. Smyrna, Smyrna, Delaware, 17-2-0, previous rank No. 12, Division 1 State Finalists

10. Archbishop Spalding, Severn, Maryland, 14-1-0, previous rank No. 2, IAAM A Conference Finalists

9. Garrison Forest School, Owings Mills, Maryland, 11-3-0, previous rank Others Considered, IAAM A Conference Champions

8. Broadneck, Annapolis, Maryland, 16-2-0, previous rank No. 3, Anne Arundel County Champions, Group 4A State Finalists

7. Delmar, Delmar, Delaware, 17-2-0, previous rank No. 9, Division 2 State Champions

6. Crofton, Gambrills, Maryland, 16-2-0, previous rank No. 6 Group 4A State Champions

5. Cape Henlopen, Lewes, Delaware, 17-1-0, previous rank No. 8, Division 1 State Champions

4. First Colonial, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 17-2-0, previous rank No. 5, Group 5 State Finalists

3. Collegiate School, Richmond, Virginia, 16-3-0, previous rank No. 11, VISAA Division I State Finalists

2. Independence, Ashburn, Virginia, 22-0-0, previous rank No. 4, Group 5 State Champions

1. Norfolk Academy, Norfolk, Virginia, 22-0-0, previous rank No. 1, VISAA Division I State Champions


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