Since 2009, the inaugural season of Brunswick water polo, the program has continued to develop in size and strength. As part of the team’s growth, it has added to its competition in the NEPSAC by traveling to California and throughout the east coast to participate in various tournaments.
From 2014-2019, the Bruins won six consecutive NEPSAC titles. There was no champion determined in 2020 due to COVID modifications and cancelations.
Many Brunswick water polo players have gone on to compete at the collegiate level across the country at schools such as Brown, Princeton, and the U.S. Naval Academy.
The Bruins compete at the Mehra Natatorium on Edwards campus, where they also offer interscholastic water polo at the Middle School level.
Brunswick water polo swept three games on Saturday — including the finals by a score of 14-6 against Greenwich High School — following up its Beast of the East victory by winning Greenwich High School’s Cardinal Classic.
The Brunswick water polo team captured the Beast of the East Tournament this weekend, earning five wins over the weekend in Pennsylvania — the last a championship victory against crosstown rival Greenwich High School, 12-8.
The Brunswick water polo team opened up the Beast of the East Tournament at Wilson High School in West Lawn, Pa., with two convincing victories on Friday — the first over Springfield Township High School, 18-0; and the second over the hosts from Wilson High School, 19-9.
Mater Dei High School, a consistently top-ranked water polo team in the country, lived up to its reputation as the Monarchs defeated the Bruins by a score of 14-8 in the semi-finals of the Santa Barbara Invitational on Saturday.
Brunswick won its second straight game at the Santa Barbara Invitational, overcoming a four-goal deficit to defeat highly-ranked JSerra Catholic High School, 10-8, on Friday afternoon in Southern California.