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.
The varsity team competes annually for a league title in the Fairchester Athletic Association (FAA) and schedules numerous NEPSAC schools across New England. The varsity team won three Harold Swaffield Sportsmanship Awards since 2011, confirming the program's commitment respect of the game, their teammates and opponents.
The basketball program consists of a varsity, JV, thirds and freshman teams. The Brunswick facilities include five basketball courts, featuring the Bruins' home court, Dann Gym, inside the Sampson Athletic Center.
Brunswick dropped an 82-51 decision to top-seed Hamden Hall in the semifinals of the FAA Tournament on Thursday at Hamden Hall. Despite the season-ending setback, it was the first time the Bruins (6-17) reached the league semifinals since 2015.
In the quarterfinal round of the FAA Tournament, fifth-seeded Brunswick needed an extra four minutes to upend fourth-seed King on Tuesday evening, 66-63. The overtime win sends the Bruins (6-16) on to the semifinal round to face top-seeded Hamden Hall (17-4) on Thursday, February 22.
Brunswick wrapped up the regular season with a win over FAA foe Greens Farms on Thursday in Dann Gym, 65-56. The Senior Day victory caps the Bruins’ season record at 5-16 overall and 4-10 in FAA play. Looking ahead to the FAA Tournament, the fifth-seeded Bruins travel to fourth-seed King on Tuesday, February 20, for a quarterfinal showdown.
Trailing by 19 at the half at Masters, Brunswick closed the gap to eight points late in the game, but the Bruins eventually fell to the Panthers, 83-63. Jack Molloy matched a career-high with 30 points for Brunswick (4-16, 3-10) in the FAA contest.
Brunswick dropped a 63-46 decision to FAA-leader Hamden Hall (15-4, 10-1) on Friday in Dann Gym. Jack Molloy led the Bruins (4-15, 3-9) with 15 points. Brunswick returns to action on Tuesday, February 13, with a conference road game at Masters.
King rallied from an early 21-6 deficit to defeat Brunswick in Dann Gym on Friday night, 63-56. The loss drops the Bruins’ record to 3-14 overall and 2-8 in FAA action, as Brunswick has four league games remaining in the regular season.
Holding a slim lead in the opening minutes in the second half, RCDS closed out the game against Brunswick with a double-digit run, topping the Bruins inside Dann Gym, 70-55. The FAA setback drops the Bruins to 3-12 overall and 2-6 in conference play, while the Wildcats move to 8-7 and 3-5 in FAA action.
St. Luke’s topped Brunswick in an FAA match-up on Friday night in Dann Gym, 85-56. With the setback, the Bruins drop to 3-11 overall and 2-5 in league play, while the Red Storm improve to 10-4 and 6-1 in FAA action.