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 posted 11 top-six podium finishers to en route to winning its second-straight title at the Battle of the Bay at Tabor Academy on Saturday. The Bruins had a pair of individual champions and collected 229.5 team points, besting second-place Northfield Mount Hermon (193.5) by 36 points in the 29-team tournament.
Brunswick won 13 of 14 matches against Choate, including six by forfeit, topping the Wild Boars on the road on Tuesday, 74-6. Up next, the Bruins head to the Battle on the Bay at Tabor Academy on Saturday, December 15, with action at the 29-team event beginning at 9:00 a.m.
Brunswick went 3-1 in team competition at the Loomis Duals on Saturday, taking second place overall. The Bruins dispatched the host team, Loomis Chaffee (65-15), Greens Farms (54-22) and Lawrenceville (52-30), before bowing out in the finals against Northfield Mount Hermon (45-32).
Brunswick won 12 of 14 matches, including 10 by pin-fall, topping Avon Old Farms on Wednesday in the Ostrye Wrestling Room, 67-12. The Bruins return to action at the Loomis Chaffee Duals on Saturday, December 8.
Brunswick took first-place at the 2018 Rumble on the Hill, hosted by Hopkins on Saturday. The Bruins bested 13 other teams, as seven Bruins won their respective weight class, including Chris Perry who earned Most Outstanding Wrestler accolades.