Hall of Fame induction: 2014
Kai has proven himself to be one of the best jumpers in Delaware history. The Cape Henlopen athlete broke 24' several times during his high school career. Kai won the 1997 state long jump in 1997 and 1998.
In a matter of months, he won the East Coast Championship (Bethesda, MD), AAU Junior National Championship (Charlotte, NC), and the National Scholastic Outdoor Championships (NC State University) after his junior year, ranking as one of the top long jumpers in the country according to Track & Field News.
Indoor his senior year, Maull went 4/4 winning indoor state championships in the 200m, 400m, LJ (24’2), and TJ (48’7.5) setting state records in both jump events. Maull remains the indoor state record holder. He won 1997 Indoor Track & Field AOY honors. In 1998, Maull won the long jump at the Penn Relays (24’9) and again winning the Delaware State long jump championship (23’3). Kai finished his high school career winning 6 state championships.
He went to Clemson University receiving All-Conference (ACC) and All-American honors, earning All-American honors in 1999, jumping 25’7.25” to finish eighth at the NCAA Outdoor Championships.
Indoor, he currently ranks 2nd all-time in the long jump (25’1.75) and 6th in the triple jump (50’5.25).
Outdoor, Maull ranks 3rd all-time in the long jump (25’7.25) and 10th in the triple jump (50’2.5).
Maull returned to Delaware as a coach at Cape Henlopen and currently at St. Georges Tech. He has coached 5 individual state champions and three championship relay teams.