The basketball program consists of a varsity, JV, thirds and freshman teams. The Brunswick facilities include five basketball courts, featuring the Bruins' home court inside the Sampson Athletic Center, where games are streamed live and on demand.
The varsity team competes in the Fairchester Athletic Association (FAA) and against numerous NEPSAC schools across New England.
Since 2000, the varsity team, balanced with numerous multi-sport athletes, won nine FAA titles and seven FAA post-season championships. Recent graduates have gone on to play in the ACC and other NCAA Division I programs, as well as the Ivy League and numerous small colleges across the country.
Since 2011, the varsity team won three Harold Swaffield Sportsmanship Awards, confirming the program's commitment respect of the game, their teammates and opponents.
Brunswick jumped to an early lead against Hopkins en route to a decisive 63-36 road victory against the Hilltoppers on Friday. With the win, the Bruins improve to 3-6 overall and 2-3 in FAA play. The Bruins return to action at Salisbury on January 21.
Brunswick lost two games at the Winter Classic, hosted by Phillips Exeter on Friday. The Bruins lost the opener, 61-48, to Deerfield and fell in the nightcap to Phillips Andover, 63-42. Brunswick (2-5) wraps up the three-game event against the host school on Saturday at noon.