The Super 25 Boys Lacrosse Expert Rankings are provided by 3d Rising. Rankings are based on results from the 2016-17 season, quality of players and strength of schedule.
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Updated 03/23/2017

2016 - 2017 Boys Lacrosse National Rankings National WK2

SOS = Strength of Schedule OFF = Offense
DEF = Defense POW = Power
01

The Hill Academy

Concord, ON
2-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 1. The winter forced the Hill Academy to fit two games into a single day this week as the Pride began its season on the annual swing through the Mid-Atlantic region. The Hill downed Springside Chestnut Hill (Pa.) 12-5 before defeating Penn Charter (Pa.) 16-5. The Hill’s schedule ramps up quickly with games on deck this weekend against No. 11 Calvert Hall (Md.), No. 16 Loyola Blakefield (Md.) and No. 12 Boys’ Latin (Md.).
02

Culver Academy

Culver, IN
2-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 2. Culver is off to a 2-0 start with a pair of convincing wins over Midwestern competition, downing Carmel (Ind.) 19-6 and Louisville Trinity (Ky.) 24-3. Up next for the Eagles is Desmet Jesuit (Mo.) on March 18.
03

Deerfield Academy

Deerfield, MA
0-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 3. The Big Green begins the year on April 1 at No. 5 Brunswick School (Conn.).
04

IMG Academy

Bradenton, Fl
0-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 4. Starting the season with a bang, the Ascenders national squad will take on No. 1 Hill Academy (Ont.) on March 21 in Buffalo, N.Y., in what’s becoming an annual contest called the Crossover Clash. The Hill pulled away in last year’s game with an 18-8 victory.
05

Brunswick School

Greenwich, CT
0-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 5. The Bruins mark the start of the year on March 24 with a visit to No. 8 Landon (Md.) in what should be an exciting early matchup crossing over the Maryland-D.C. and New England regions.
06

McDonogh School

Owings Mills, MD
2-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 6. The Eagles got off to a clean start down at the King of Spring event in North Carolina, earning two wins: 23-5 over Durham Academy (N.C.) and then 13-5 over Texas powerhouse Highland Park. Weather led to the cancelation of the Eagles’ scheduled matchup with Cardinal Gibbons (N.C.), so McDonogh will next host No. 22 Haverford (Pa.) on March 21.
07

Chaminade High School

Mineola, NY
0-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 7. The Flyers will begin the season on March 22 against Massapequa out of Nassau County, which is also New York’s Section VIII.
08

Landon School

Bethesda, MD
1-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 8. The Bears got a tough test in their first outing and were able to grind out an 8-4 win over what appears to be one of the best Paul VI (Va.) teams in the program’s history. Justin Shockey (Navy) was dominant at the face-off X, while John Geppert (Bucknell) scored three times. Landon faces the McCallie School (Tenn.) on March 17.
09

Avon Old Farms School

Avon, CT
0-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 9. Avon Old Farms begins the season on a spring break road trip to the Mid-Atlantic, where the Winged Beavers will meet Woodberry Forest (Va.) on March 23 and then Gilman (Md.) on March 25.
10

Salisbury School

Salisbury, CT
0-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 10. The Knights kick off the 2017 campaign on April 1 against No. 4 IMG National (Fla.).
11

Calvert Hall College High School

Towson, MD
2-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 11. The Cardinals picked up two victories to start the season down in North Carolina at the King of Spring event. Jacob Kelly (North Carolina) scored twice and assisted on four goals as Calvert Hall downed Georgia perennial power Lambert 12-6. The next day the Cardinals defeated Greensboro Day School (N.C.) 17-1. Up next, tentatively, is the top-ranked Hill Academy (Ont.) on March 16.
12

Boys' Latin School

Baltimore, MD
2-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 12. The Lakers traveled to Florida for spring break and began the year with two wins over strong Sunshine State opponents. Boys’ Latin downed Oxbridge Academy 14-9 and then outlasted St. Andrew’s 11-7. The Lakers are scheduled to host Super 25 No. 1 ranked Hill Academy (Ont.) on March 19.
13

Bullis School, The

Potomac, MD
2-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 13. The Bulldogs are 2-0 after running away from their first two opponents in one-sided wins. Bullis downed Plano East (Texas) 14-2 and then defeated St. Mary’s Ryken (Md.) 11-4. Up next is Calverton (Md.) on March 21.
14

Gonzaga College HS

Washington, DC
1-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 14. The Purple Eagles began the season with a 10-4 win over St. Albans (D.C.). Jack Myers (Harvard), Kyle Borda (Fairfield) and Brian Townsend (Penn State) made key contributions in the victory. Up next for Gonzaga is league opponent Bishop O’Connell (Va.) on March 16.
15

Malvern Preparatory School

Malvern, PA
0-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 15. Malvern Prep will begin the 2017 on March 21 against No. 11 Calvert Hall (Md.) on the road.
16

Loyola-Blakefield School

Baltimore, MD
0-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 16. The Dons await their first matchup of the year, pending some challenging weather, which is set to be meeting with Super 25 No. 1-ranked Hill Academy (Ont.) this weekend.
17

Darien High School

Darien, CT
0-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 17. Winners of three straight Connecticut Class L state titles, the Blue Wave get things started this year when they face Hudson Valley powerhouse Yorktown (N.Y.) on April 1.
18

St. Anthony's HS

Melville, NY
0-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 18. The Friars start the 2017 slate on March 28 against Manhasset (N.Y.) on the road.
19

Victor Senior HS

Victor, NY
0-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 20. Victor, last year’s Class A champion in New York but moved back to Class B this season – the Blue Devils were the Class B winners in 2015.T They will start the year on March 25 against Corning from New York’s Southern Tier.
20

New Canaan High School

New Canaan, CT
0-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 21. The Rams await their first game of the season, an April 5 date with Wilton (Conn.).
21

Cold Spring Harbor High School

Cold Spring Harbor, NY
0-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 22. The Seahawks, two-time reigning champions of New York State’s Class C, will start the year on March 22 against Smithtown West (N.Y.).
22

Haverford Prep School

Haverford, PA
0-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 23. The Fords await one of the early-season matchups to watch, which also marks the start of the season, when Haverford travels to face No. 6 McDonogh (Md.) on March 21. Two days later, Haverford is at St. Paul’s (Md.).
23

Ward Melville High School

East Setauket, NY
0-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 24. Ward Melville gets into the action for the first time on March 28, hosting Huntington (N.Y.) at home.
24

Delbarton School

Morristown, NJ
0-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: 25. Winners of last year’s New Jersey Tournament of Champions crown, the Green Wave begin play on the road March 29 against West Morris Central (N.J.).
25

Severn School

Severna Park, MD
1-0-0
SOS: --
POW: --
OFF: --
DEF: --
Previous: Unranked. The Admirals decked Calverton (Md.) 21-6 and looked as strong as many in the MIAA thought they’d be entering the season. Severn will be led this spring by two of the top players in the MIAA: Michael Lamon (Penn) and Charlie Olmert (Harvard). Up next for the Admirals is Christian Brothers (Tenn.) on March 16.
Dropped Out: St. Ignatius Preparatory School, San Francisco, Calif. (2-1).
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Updated 03/23/2017