Josh McGugins recently accepted and signed a National Letter of Intent (NLI) to attend LIU-Post as a football player next season. In return for athletic-scholarship aid, McGugins committed to play football for the NCAA Division II school located in Brookville, N.Y.
Jack Forrest’s rebound goal with 11:20 left in overtime gave Brunswick its first-ever championship in NEPSAC Tournament play, as the #5 Bruins topped #3 Thayer by a 4-3 margin in the Martin/Earl Large School Tournament on Sunday.
Brunswick wrapped up its season with a third place at the 2018 NEPSAC Division 1 Swimming and Diving Championships, held at Phillips Exeter over the weekend. The Bruins’ bronze-medal result was the best finish in the six year history of the program led by head coach Aaron Montgomery. Brunswick’s 312.5 points trailed only the top-finishing team from Phillips Andover (372) and the second-place host school Phillips Exeter (335) at the 11-school event.
After a 5-0 dismantling of top-seeded Northfield Mount Hermon (NMH) in the semifinal round of the NESPAC’s Martin/Earl (Large School) Tournament on Saturday afternoon, #5 Brunswick earned a spot in the tournament finals against #3 Thayer Academy on Sunday at St. Anselm’s College in Manchester, N.H.
Brunswick places three skiers in the top six at the Connecticut State Open, as the Bruins finished 10th overall out of 13 schools at Mount Southington on Wednesday. Ethan Hynes finished second against 127 racers, while Jose Riera was fourth and Ian Murray held onto sixth place.