Mid-Atlantic Prep League

Mid-Atlantic Prep League

Mid-Atlantic Prep League

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The Mid-Atlantic Prep League, also known as the MAPL, is a sports league with participating institutions from prep schools in the New Jersey and Pennsylvania area in the United States. The league comprises schools known for their academic rigor, but the quality of play in all sports is fairly high. MAPL schools are allowed to have a limited number of post-graduates (student-athletes who have already graduated from high school and are taking an intermediate step between high school and college) on their rosters.

Schools competing in the league include:

Boys' Squash

The Lawrenceville School Boy's Varsity Squash Team has been the winner of the MAPL Squash Championships since 2002.

Boys' basketball

Since its inception in 1999, the MAPL has been an extremely competitive league and arguably the best combination of academics and basketball in the United States. While producing NBA players Luol Deng, Charlie Villanueva and Royal Ivey (all from Blair), as well as Joakim Noah (Lawrenceville), the MAPL has also become a pipeline for Ivy League basketball programs. From 2004-2008 no league in the country produced more Ivy League players than the MAPL and no single school in the country produced as many players as The Hun School.

Blair Academy has been the dominant basketball program in recent years. Compiling a 63-12 record since the leagues inception in 1999 and winning 7 of the last 10 league championships.

The Hill School won the 2007-2008 MAPL Basketball league regular season...
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