Hawaii's Premier Sports Camps
"Jalen did attend several camps in Hawaii: Hawaii Island Hoops (Kona), Phenom Camp (Oahu) and your Maui Sports Academy Exposure Camp. We posed the question to Jalen regarding "the best camp he attended this year... and he had "no hesitation" as he said THE MAUI SPORTS ACADEMY CAMP!!! (for a lot of reasons, believe me!!!)"
--Dave Carvalho, parent of Jalen Carvalho - Hilo High & BIIF Player of the Year: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 & 2014 Exposure Camp attendee - Oregon Institute of Technology
2015 College Exposure Camps Hawaii - 11th Year!
100% College Coaching Staff
**NEW Girls Basketball & Boys/Girls Soccer Camps**
Varsity Girls Basketball: June 12-14
Varsity Boys & Girls Soccer: June 12-14
All camps at Kalani High School
"I think very highly of your camp from what I have heard from our players... I recommended your camp to [a player's] grandfather in his e-mail to me regarding the best camps for his grandson to attend during the summer... thanks for your teaching in the summer."
--Dr. Mark Mugiishi, former ‘Iolani School Coach, 7-time Hawaii State Champion.
2014 graduates and Exposure Camp alumni head off to play college basketball:
Jalen Carvalho (Hilo High) – Oregon Institute of Technology
Jamaal Willis (Moanalua) – University of La Verne (CA)
Elijah Butler (Mililani) – Olympic Community College (WA)
Cameron King (Seabury Hall) – California Lutheran University
Austin Dante (Hilo High) – Pacific University of Oregon
Joshua Burnett (Maryknoll) – Standard of Excellence Basketball Academy (NC)
Daniel Andrews (Punahou) – West Point (Army) Prep School (NY)
Ikaika Phillip (Iolani) – Grinnell College (IA)
Chase Iwata-Bartelme (King Kekaulike) – Sheridan Community College (WY)
Notable Past Camp Attendees:
Junior Ale – Kahuku, Matt Heyd – Baldwin, Miah Ostrowski – Punahou, Vinnie Nip – Iolani, Tyler Tsukasaki – Maryknoll, Kerstan Ho – Roosevelt, Erwin DeCoite – Kamehameha-Maui, Justin Endo – Seabury Hall, Gary Satterwhite – Radford, Beau Albrechtson – Kaimuki, Josh Bradbury – Kauai, Beau Albrechtson – Kaimuki, Cheyenne Lishman – Kalaheo, Gary Satterwhite – Radford, Brenton Lee - Punahou, Auwae DeRego – KS-Oahu, Rykin Enos – KS-Oahu, Soosoo Taulelei – Radford, Obie Woods – Aiea, Lincoln Seto – Baldwin, Tyler Caswell – Kalaheo, Michael Makinano – Campbell, Berton Wong – Iolani, Jacob Ho – KS-Oahu, Taylor Jay – Kalaheo, Wayne West – Moanalua, Hogan Rosehill – KS-Hawaii, Jordan Hollinger – Kalaheo, Kekoa Turbville – KS-Maui, Chris Tumaneng – Kalaheo, Garrick Chock – Maryknoll, Barry Kang – Iolani, Cliffton Pires – Kalaheo, Kien Aveiro – Honokaa, Terani Richmond – KS-Maui, Collin Cabatbat – Waiakea, Ryan Bautista – Kohala, Daniel Colon – Kaimuki, Garrett Gunter – King Kekaulike, Kealoha Kramer – KS-Hawaii, Kainoa Chu – Iolani, Aaron Fernandez – Kalaheo, Matthew Gasparine – Kalaheo, Kekoa Carvalho – Konawaena, Kawika Cazimero – KS-Hawaii, Tyler Terai – Maryknoll, Jonathan Viernes – Pahoa, Andrew Skalman – Iolani, Derrell Lee – Radford, Malik Johnson – Punahou, Jacob Mayer – Maryknoll, Dylan King – Seabury Hall, Michael Palmer – Seabury Hall, Micha Dunhour – AOP, Marcus Monroe – Moanalua, Dexter Williams – Moanalua, Dakota Allen – Waiakea, Corey Lau – Kailua, Phelan Pagano – Seabury Hall, Timmy Pang – Baldwin, BJ Vega – Maui High, Jourdan Simmonds – Iolani, Josiah Sukumaran – Iolani, Lanaki Apele – KS-Hawaii, Shaun Kagawa – KS-Hawaii, Anson Castello – Waipahu, Makena Rothenborg – University, Theo Duplechain – Island Pacific, Gabe Ross – Baldwin, Patrick Matthews – Mid Pacific, TJ Rickard – Lahainaluna, Nick Fisher – Pahoa, K. Puulei-Auld – Moanalua, Bradley Bowlin – Baldwin, Jalen Carvalho – Hilo, Joshua Ko – Kalaheo, Joshua Burnett - Maryknoll, Daniel Andrews – Punahou, JB Kam – Punahou, Jordan Tanuvasa – Punahou, Noa Kinimaka – KS-Oahu, Samuta Avea – Kahuku, Hugh Hogland – ‘Iolani, Kobe Young – KS-Kapalama, Isaiah Visoria – Farrington, Elijah Butler – Mililani, Dayson Watanabe – Punahou, Jamal Willis – Moanalua, Jared Lum – Punahou, Jaron Yamauchi – Kalani, Kevin Foster – Roosevelt, Kelsey Lewis – Kaiser