Brunswick set a high-water mark with a fourth-place finish at the 119th Eastern Interscholastic Swimming & Diving Championships at Franklin and Marshall College on Saturday. The program-best finish at the largest prep school aquatic event in the country saw some remarkable results for the Brunswick squad.
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 wrapped up the regular season with a 57-40 road setback to FAA foe Greens Farms on Thursday. The Bruins (5-15, 4-10) qualified for a quarterfinal game in the upcoming FAA Tournament on Tuesday, February 19.
Brunswick trimmed visiting FAA foe Masters by a 63-38 win on Senior Day in Dann Gym on Wednesday. The 25-point win was the largest margin of victory for the Bruins since a 64-35 win over Hopkins back on January 6, 2018.
Brunswick topped Hotchkiss by a 6-1 margin on Wednesday at the Stephens Squash Center, as the Bruins wrapped up perfect 11-0 regular season. Dating back to the 2015 season, the Bruins own a sparking 64-1 record, with the lone setback coming in the finals of the 2017 national championship.
Trailing 4-1 in the third period, Brunswick rallied for four unanswered goals to top Berkshire by a 5-4 margin on Senior Day in Hartong Rink on Saturday. The two teams combined for 14 penalties in the spirited, high-scoring contest.
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’s Jose Riera picked up his second CISL race win on Wednesday at Mount Southington. The Bruins have won three of four individual titles in CISL action this year, as Riera posted a win back on January 23 and Ian Murray won the first race of the season on January 9.
Brunswick held off a late Hopkins rally, beating the Hilltoppers by a 49-46 score on Wednesday in Dann Gym. The victory gives the Bruins (4-12, 3-8) an FAA season split with Hopkins, as the Hilltoppers (6-10, 3-9) picked up a 48-39 win over Brunswick back on January 5.
Brunswick won its fourth national title and the Justi Cup on Sunday at Trinity College, as the top-seeded Bruins dispatched second-ranked Haverford in the 2019 HEAD U.S. High School Division I Team Championships by a 6-1 score.
Top-seeded Brunswick ‘A’ swept all three opponents by matching 7-0 scores at the 2019 HEAD U.S. High School Team Championships to reach the finals for an impressive eighth-straight year. The Bruins will face rival #2 Haverford for the Division I Justi Cup, hosted by Trinity College, on Sunday, February 3, at 4:00 p.m.
Brunswick won 10 of 11 swimming events to top Hopkins on Saturday, 91-77. The win boosts the Bruins to 7-0 with one dual meet remaining ahead of a trio of championship races, capped by the NEPSAC Championship in early March.
Brunswick stopped a seven-game losing streak with a commanding 64-42 road win against FAA foe King on Friday. The Bruins (3-12, 2-8) return to action with a home against Hopkins on Wednesday, February 6.
Greens Farms broke open a 23-23 game with a 21-3 run against Brunswick in the first half, as the Dragons held on for a 77-67 win in FAA action in Dann Gym on Thursday. Chisom Okpara led the Bruins (2-12, 1-8) with a career-high 35 points.
Brunswick rolled over Portledge by an 8-1 margin in Hartong Rink on Wednesday, as eight different Bruins scored a goal in the non-league win. The eight goals match the most scored by Brunswick since an 8-1 win over Taft on January 3, 2018.
Brunswick picked up a 7-0 decision on the road over Taft on Saturday. The win keeps the Bruins unbeaten at 6-0, while the Rhinos fall to 6-2. Five of seven Bruins went 3-0 in their individual contests.
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.
Williston Northampton jumped out to a 3-0 lead and cruised to 6-2 win at home over Brunswick on Saturday. The loss snapped a five-game unbeaten streak (4-0-1) by the Bruins. Brunswick returns to action with a home contest against Portledge on Wednesday, January 30.
Brunswick fell to FAA foe Hamden Hall by an 83-74 margin on Thursday in Dann Gym. The Bruins (2-11, 1-7) were within two possessions of the Hornets (13-2, 6-1) as late as 3:45 in the game, but could not catch the visitors down the stretch.
Brunswick’s Jose Riera took first place overall at a CISL race on Wednesday at Mount Southington, as the Bruins finished 1-1 in team competition. Two other Bruins finished in the top five in the 129-person event, as William Kallman was third and Ian Murray was fifth.
Brunswick picked up a 4-1 non-league win at Delbarton on Tuesday, as Ryan St. Louis netted his first hat-trick as a Bruin. The road victory in New Jersey bumps Brunswick’s overall record to 9-6-4, as the Bruins now own a four-game winning streak.
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’s Ian Murray posted a two-run total time of 46.13 to take the top spot in the opening CISL race at Mount Southington on Wednesday, January 9, as the Bruins finished 4-4 overall against eight other CISL teams on the slopes.
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 dropped a 64-52 decision to FAA foe St. Luke’s on Friday night in Dann Gym. The loss drops the Bruins to 2-9 overall and 1-6 in league play, while The Storm improves to 5-0 in FAA action and 7-5 on the season.
Brunswick won a 14-13 decision over Greenwich H.S. in the Camuto Gym on Thursday. The season-opening, one-point victory came down to a decisive 5-4 win by Nicholas Moulle-Berteaux in a foil bout to secure the 14th team point for the Bruins (1-0).
Brunswick won 10 of 11 swimming events on Wednesday at Hackley, as the Bruins improve to 5-0 on the season with the 87-60 win over the Hornets. At this point of the season, Brunswick has qualified 15 swimmers for the prestigious Eastern Interscholastic Swimming and Diving Championship, held in February at Franklin and Marshall College.
Brunswick picked up a key road win at Millbrook on Wednesday, topping the Mustangs 4-2. Charles Shaffer picked up his second hat trick of the season for the Bruins, as the captain bookended the scoring in the game. Brunswick (6-6-4, 5-5-4) returns to action at home against Hoosac on Saturday, January 12.
In a 49-49 game with over six minutes to play, RCDS outscored Brunswick by a 23-17 margin, as the Wildcats topped the Bruins 72-66 on Wednesday in Rye. Following the FAA loss, the Bruins are 2-8 overall and 1-5 in conference action.
Brunswick skated to a 2-2 tie against Hotchkiss on Monday night at Hartong Rink. The Bruins have played six overtime contests and own a 1-1-4 mark in extra-session games. Brunswick returns to action at Millbrook on Wednesday, January 9.
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 battled back from an early 3-0 hole at top-ranked Salisbury, but fell to the Crimson Knights by a 5-4 margin on the road on Friday. The Bruins return to action at home against Hotchkiss on Monday, January 7.