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 2016-17 campaign, Brunswick wrestlers have won 19-straight FAA titles, and 32 out of its last 33 league championships. Additionally, the Bruins won 12 Western New England Championships, while capturing countless individual honors.
Five Bruins competed at the 82nd National Preps Wrestling Championships on Friday at Stabler Arena on the campus of Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Brooks and Andrew Hennessy, along with Aiden Reynolds, Alex Tucker, and Lachlan Rosato, represented Brunswick, as a total of 119 teams took part in the tournament.
Five Bruins qualified to compete at the 82nd National Prep Wrestling Tournament later this week. Senior brothers Brooks and Andrew Hennessy, along with classmates Alex Tucker and Aiden Reynolds, join junior Lachlan Rosato at the esteemed national tournament. The two-day event begins on Friday, February 24, on the campus of Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
Competing against 45 other New England prep teams at the Hyde School in Maine, Brunswick earned a fourth-place finish at the 70th NEISWA Championships. Wrapping up the two-day tourney, nine of 13 Bruins earned All-New England accolades, giving Brunswick 131 team points, 9.5 points ahead of fourth-place Trinity-Pawling. Five Bruins also qualified to wrestle at the Prep Nationals, held at Lehigh University on February 25-26.
After the opening day of the 2017 NEISWA Championships at the Hyde School in Bath, Maine, Brunswick sits in fifth place out of 45 teams. The Bruins sent 13 wrestlers, the largest group of qualifiers in the tournament. All 13 wrestlers return to action on Saturday for day two.
Brunswick won the 60th WNEISWA Championship at Salisbury on Saturday in record-setting fashion. The Bruins won their fourth-straight title, and 13th overall, with a whopping 293.5 team points, 72 more points than runner-up Trinity-Pawling.