Brunswick finished in first place at Connecticut’s State Association of Math Leagues annual match on Tuesday, April 4, with the Bruins emerging on top among 44 public and private schools.
Brunswick’s six-student team — comprised of Ajay Bagaria ’24, Thomas Ewald ’24, William Ewald ’23, Vikram Sarkar ’26, Andrew Tu ’24, and Jack Whitney-Epstein ’26 — placed first in the small school division. And as large school participants consisted of eight students, a comparison was done among all schools on a per-student basis, which determined Brunswick to be first among all schools in the state.
Sarkar and Whitney-Epstein earned perfect scores in a very challenging match.
The victory caps a remarkable season for the Brunswick math team, which also finished first in the Fairfield County Math League after its six-match season of competition.