Led by legendary coach Tim Ostrye, all Upper School wrestlers train together throughout the winter in the Ostrye Wrestling Gymnasium, where countless plaques and banners adorn the walls as a testament to the hard work and success of past Bruin teams.
Heading into the 2018-19 campaign, the program owns a streak of 21-straight FAA titles, while winning 34 out of the last 35 league championships. Additionally, Brunswick teams won 14 Western New England crowns, picking up countless individual honors and awards in the process.
Brunswick consistently ranks as one of the premier teams in New England, sending a number of wrestlers to the National Prep Tournament in Pennsylvania each February.
Brunswick’s Luca Errico won the 138-pound title, as Brunswick finished fifth overall out of 44 teams at the 2019 NEISWA Tournament on Saturday. A total of seven Bruins earned podium results, as head coach Tim Ostrye was named Coach of the Year.
Brunswick won the 62nd Annual Western New England Independent School Wrestling Association (WNEISWA) Championship on Saturday at Trinity-Pawling. The team win is the sixth-straight for the Bruins, a tournament record.
Brunswick rolled past all four league foes to win the FAA Championship at Hopkins on Saturday. The title is the 22nd FAA crown in a row for the Bruins and 35th crown in the last 36 years. Six Bruins earned All-FAA honors as the tournament, as the squad posted a 49-7 record with 23 pin-fall victories.
Brunswick collected 209 team points to win the 44th Brunswick Invitational Tournament on Saturday. The Bruins bested second-place Northfield Mount Hermon, last year’s champion, by 35.5 points. Brunswick has won its own tournament 19 times dating back to 1976.
Brunswick picked up a trio of dual wins on Saturday at home, dispatching Hotchkiss (65-9), Taft (77-6) and Marvelwood (83-0). The 14-1 Bruins return to action on Saturday, January 19, hosting the 44th Brunswick Invitational Tournament.
Brunswick travelled to Salisbury on Saturday and returned home with a pair of wins, besting the hosts, 65-12, and topping Trinity-Pawling, 47-20. The 10-1 Bruins host a trio of teams on Saturday, January 12, before the annual Brunswick Invitational on Saturday, January 19.
Brunswick’s Luca Errico took first-place in the 138-pound weight class at the 39th annual Michael O'Connell Memorial Tournament at Pearl River High School (N.Y.) on Friday. Errico was named Most Outstanding Wrestler, as the eight-member Bruin squad finished sixth as a team.