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(JV game to follow)

vs.
Exeter
Win 16-1
Location: Mehra Natatorium - Edwards Campus
Home

JV @ 5:00pm; Varsity @ 6:00pm

vs.
Greenwich High School
Win 11-9
Location: Mehra Natatorium - Edwards Campus
Home
vs.
Williston Northampton School
Win 17-5
Deerfield Academy
Win 19-3
Location: Mehra Natatorium - Edwards Campus
Away

Coronado HS Invitational

vs.
Vista
Loss 11-15
Canyon Crest Academy
Win 6-5
Location: TBA
Away

Coronado HS Invitational

vs.
Westview
Win 13-6
Carlsbad
Win 11-9
San Pasqual
Win 18-5
Location: Coronado High School
Home
Scrimmage
vs.
Chelsea Piers
Location: Mehra Natatorium - Edwards Campus
Away

Beast of the East Tournament

vs.
Wissahickon HS
Win 13-4
Haverford School
Win 19-6
Location: Haverford School
Away

Beast of the East Tournament

vs.
Cumberland Valley
Win 15-5
North Penn
Win 13-8
Greenwich High School
Win 10-9
Location: Wilson HS (Reading, PA)
Away
vs.
Loomis Chaffee School
Loss 14-17
Location: Loomis Chaffee School
Away

Cardinal Tournament

vs.
Greenwich High School B
Win 19-2
Location: Greenwich High School
Away

Cardinal Tournament

vs.
St. Benedict's Prep
Win 8-1
Thunder Water Polo Club
Win 24-9
Greenwich High School
Win 11-7
Location: Greenwich High School
Home
vs.
Greenwich Aquatics
Win 18-11
Greenwich Aquatics U-18
Win 18-13
Location: Mehra Natatorium - Edwards Campus
Away
Cancelled
vs.
Hopkins School
Hotchkiss School
Location: Hopkins School
Away
vs.
Choate Rosemary Hall
Win 23-6
Suffield Academy
Win 20-10
Location: Choate Rosemary Hall
Away

NEPSAC Quarterfinals

vs.
Hopkins School
Win 20-8
Away

NEPSAC Liquid Four Championship

vs.
Phillips Andover Academy
Win 19-9
Loomis Chaffee School
Win 20-5
Location: Phillips Exeter Academy
  • Water Polo - Varsity

    2018 - 2019

    Winning five-straight NEPSAC titles (2014-2018), many observers consider Brunswick’s water polo team to be the strongest team in the NEPSAC. Interestingly the program, which got its feet wet in the inaugural season of 2009, didn’t even have a pool on campus in the early years.
     
    At the start of the impressive title run, the Bruins began training and playing in the Mehra Natatorium. With the amazing seating and sight lines, Brunswick can now host large events, including the NEPSAC Championship. The state-of-the-art, 25-meter pool can vary the depth to as much as 11 feet.
     
    While the team results have been impressive, equally so are the individual accolades, as several Brunswick students earned all-league, all-tournament and even All-American awards.
     
    Brunswick also offers water polo to middle school students.

Team News

List of 10 news stories.

  • Keegan Drew

    Four Bruins Named All-New England in Water Polo

    Following a fifth-straight NEPSAC title, four Bruins were honored as All-New England selections. Seniors Nico Apostolides and Keegan Drew join junior Kyle Yelensky and sophomore goalie Hayden Collins on the All-New England First Team. The quartet helped the Bruins to a 24-2 record, adding a coveted Beast of the East title to their NEPSAC crown.
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  • 2018 Champions (contributed photos)

    Water Polo Wins Fifth-Straight NEPSAC Title

    Brunswick defeated Loomis Chaffee by a 20-5 margin to win the 2018 NEPSAC Water Polo Championship, held at Phillips Exeter on Saturday. 
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  • Water Polo Advances to NEPSAC Semifinals

    Fifth-seeded Brunswick rolled past fourth-seeded Hopkins by a 20-8 margin in the NEPSAC Quarterfinals on Wednesday. With the road win, the Bruins (22-2) advance to the play top-seeded Andover in a semifinal contest on Saturday, November 10, at Phillips Exeter.
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  • Water Polo Wins Twin Bill to Wrap-Up Regular Season

    Brunswick picked up a pair of road wins, besting Suffield (20-10) and Choate (23-6) on Saturday at Choate. The two victories cap an impressive regular season for the 21-2 Bruins, as the squad awaits post-season seeding information for the upcoming NEPSAC Championship.
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  • Water Polo Wins Final Two Home Matches

    Brunswick wrapped up its home slate of contests for 2018, as the Bruins topped Greenwich Aquatics 18-11 and Greenwich Aquatics (U-18) 18-13, in overtime. The Bruins, 19-2 overall, return to action on Saturday, October 27, with contests against Hopkins and Hotchkiss, as both matches will be played at Hopkins.
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  • Water Polo Wins Program’s First Cardinal Cup

    Brunswick topped Greenwich H.S. by an 11-7 margin in the finals of the 44th Cardinal Cup on Saturday. While it was the first Cardinal Cup title for the Bruins, Brunswick (17-2) topped their cross-town rivals in two other meetings this season. All three losses for the 16-3 Cardinals this season are from the Bruins.
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  • Water Polo’s Conference Win Streak Halted at 32

    Brunswick lost a 17-14 contest to Loomis Chaffee on the road on Wednesday, snapping a 32-match winning streak in NEPSAC regular-season play. The streak began following a 6-5 setback against Suffield on October 3, 2015, coincidentally at Loomis Chaffee.
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  • Water Polo Wins Beast of the East Title

    Brunswick drove more than 160 miles to Reading, Pennsylvania, to take part in the 2018 Beast of the East Tournament this past weekend. In the end, the Bruins took home the title by overcoming a four-goal deficit to beat their cross-town rivals, Greenwich High School, 10-9, in the championship match on Saturday night.
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  • Water Polo Goes 4-1 at California Tourney

    Brunswick finished 4-1 overall at the 2018 America’s Finest City Tournament over the past weekend in San Diego. Following a 1-1 start on Friday, the Bruins went 3-0 on Saturday to finish in 17th place, atop of the consolation bracket in the highly competitive 32-team event.
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  • Water Polo Goes 1-1 on Day 1 in California

    Following an opening match setback to Vista in the Coronado Invitational by a 15-11 margin on Friday, the Bruins rallied for a 6-5 win later in the day against Canyon Crest Academy. The Bruins (5-1), ranked seventh in their eight-team bracket, will continue play on Saturday.
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Overall Statistics
Wins Losses Ties Win %
24 2 0 92.3

Coaching Staff

Brunswick School Greenwich, CT

  • Upper School
    100 Maher Avenue
    Office: 203.625.5856

    Lower School
    1252 King Street
    Office: 203.485.3670
  • Middle School
    1275 King Street
    Office: 203.242.1202

    Pre School
    1252 King Street
    Office: 203.485.3652

Main Phone: 203.625.5800
Business: 203.242.1220 
Alumni: 203.242.1223