The basketball program consists of a varsity, JV, thirds and freshman teams. The Brunswick facilities include five basketball courts, featuring the Bruins' home court inside the Sampson Athletic Center, where games are streamed live and on demand.
The varsity team competes in the Fairchester Athletic Association (FAA) and against numerous NEPSAC schools across New England.
Since 2000, the varsity team, balanced with numerous multi-sport athletes, won nine FAA titles and seven FAA post-season championships. Recent graduates have gone on to play in the ACC and other NCAA Division I programs, as well as the Ivy League and numerous small colleges across the country.
Since 2011, the varsity team won three Harold Swaffield Sportsmanship Awards, confirming the program's commitment respect of the game, their teammates and opponents.
Trinity-Pawling topped the Bruins, 74-48, on Brunswick’s Senior Day at Dann Gym. The Pride netted 29-50 shots, shooting nearly .500 from the floor, while the Bruins connected on 14-46 shots on the day.
Brunswick dropped its final FAA game on the 2016-17 season, losing to Greens Farms by a 61-44 margin on Thursday. The game capped the 14-game FAA regular season slate for the Bruins, as Brunswick finished in fifth-place with a 6-8 conference record.
Brunswick built a 30-22 lead at the half over Masters and held on to a 52-48 win in FAA action on Tuesday in Dann Gym. The league win gives the Bruins a 6-7 record in the FAA and moves them to 8-11 overall.