Director of Athletics
Na Pueo athletes compete in 9 varsity sports in the Maui Interscholastic League (MIL). All upper school students are required to play one sport each year, although most scholar-athletes will double up. Practices are held every day under the direction of qualified coaches at various facilities on the west side, including the Bozich Center. Venues for MIL competitions are located on Maui, Lana'i, and Moloka'i.
Under the direction of Coach Rob Lloyd, runners enjoy scenic vistas while running the hills of the Village Course at Kapalua and the beach walk hugging the coastline through Ka'anapali. Maui Prep runners make a strong showing in MIL competition and state meets.
In 2019, Ozzi Doherty ('21) finished 8th at the MIL championships and 17th at state.
Women's volleyball is a no-cut sport with practices held at their new home gym, the Bozich Center. Participation promotes camaraderie and competition.
Varsity Men's Basketball was added to the Maui Prep line-up in 2019, with an impressive run to the Division II championship game. Practices and home games are held in the Bozich Center under the direction of Head Coach Zach Bailey.
Drew Triplett ('21) was named the MIL Division II Player of Year (2020) and holds the MIL record for most points scored in a game (53)
A unique Hawaiian sport, paddling is the ultimate team effort. With traditional outrigger canoes and paddles, the Maui Prep paddling team stands out as a powerful contender in the ocean.
Sydney Snyder ('21) was named a Maui News 2019-20 MIL Paddling All-Star
Despite being the smallest high school on Maui, Na Pueo are contenders on the MIL scene. Longtime coach, Michael "Tex" Ritter coaches from the deck of the Lahaina Aquatic Center, with MIL meets in Lahaina and Kihei.
Mathew Iverson ('23) finished 4th and 5th while teammate Paloma Banto ('21) finished 5th and 6th in their respective events at the 2020 HHSAA State Championships
Pueo golfers hone their game at the world-class Bay Course at Kapalua under the instruction of Coach Chris Armanini.
Caleb Chumley's ('22) first showing at HHSAA state competition was an impressive 18th place.
Na Pueo has dominated the only high school-sanctioned surf league in the nation.
Surfers have earned both individual and team awards and recognition at meets held at famous breaks across Maui.
Sophia Johnston ('17) dominated the surf scene during her tenure.
Calling the renowned Kapalua Tennis Garden home, the Maui Prep Tennis Team holds their own in the highly competitive league. For both beginners and experienced players, foundations for the lifelong sport of tennis are established and refined.
track and field
Na Pueo athletes sprint, hurdle, and jump in weekly all-league meets.
Sydney Snyder ('21) holds the current MIL title in high jump.
A HIGHLIGHT OF THE SEASON WAS WHEN, AT THE END OF OUR PLAYOFF GAME, OUR OFFICIAL COMPLIMENTED THE TEAM ON THEIR SPORTSMANSHIP AND INTEGRITY. THIS DEMONSTRATES THAT OUR STUDENTS HAVE ACHIEVED THE VERY HIGHEST GOALS OF OUR ATHLETICS PROGRAM AT MAUI PREP.
Harrison Cramond ('20), Basketball