Midwest Prep Hockey League
MPHL website
Founded 2000
Head Office Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Most recent champions Lake Forest Academy (2nd Title)
Most Championships St. Andrew's College (5 titles)
Commissioner Lee Semplice

The Midwest Prep Hockey League (abbreviated MPHL) is a prep school ice hockey league in North America. The Midwest Prep League was founded in 2000; the original six league members were Culver Academies (IN), Gilmour Academy (OH), Lake Forest Academy (IL), Park Tudor School (IN), Shady Side Academy (PA) and St. Francis High School (NY). Since its inception the league has grown to ten Division 1 level prep school teams across the United States and Canada. The MPHL aids in preparing student athletes for college ice hockey and other higher levels of hockey. The league has maintain a competitive level of play throughout the USA and Canada. Many former MPHL players compete in NCAA college hockey. The founders of the league are John Bowers and Len Semplice.

Many MPHL players have gone on to compete in professional and college hockey.

List of MPHL teamsEdit

Malloy Division Bowers Division
Gilmour Academy Bishop's College School
Lake Forest Academy Rice Memorial High School
Loyola Academy Ridley College
Saint Francis Stanstead College
Shady Side Academy Rothesay Netherwood School

MPHL AlumniEdit

A number of notable MPHL alumni have gone to play college, junior, and professional hockey.

MPHL Alumni Who Played/Worked in the NHLEdit

MPHL Schools Alumni Who played/ Worked in the NHL before league StartedEdit

League ChampionsEdit

2016-2017 Lake Forest Academy

2015-2016 Ridley College

2014-2015 Ridley College

2012-2013 Edge School

2011-2012 Stanstead College

2010-2011 Edge School

2009-2010 St. Andrew's College

2008-2009 Lake Forest Academy

2007-2008 St. Andrew's College

2006-2007 St. Andrew's College

2005-2006 St. Francis High School

2004-2005 St. Andrew's College

2003-2004 National Sports Academy


2001-2002 Park Tudor

2000-2001 Park Tudor

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