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Away
Scrimmage

(Scrimmage)

vs.
US Military Academy at West Point
Location: US Military Academy at West Point
Away

(JV Game to Follow)

vs.
Phillips Exeter Academy
Win 16-0
Phillips Andover Academy
Win 19-4
Location: Phillips Exeter Academy
Away
vs.
Williston Northampton School
Win 14-4
Deerfield Academy
Win 16-2
Location: Deerfield Academy
Away
Tournament

America's Finest Cup in Coronado, CA

vs.
Junipero Serra
Win 19-3
Mira Costa
Win 11-8
Location: Coronado High School
Home
Cancelled

(Scrimmage)

vs.
Greenwich Aquatics
Location: Mehra Natatorium - Edwards Campus
Away
Tournament

America's Finest Cup in Coronado, CA

vs.
Damien HS
Win 11-9
Steele Canyon
Win 10-9
Cathedral Catholic
Loss 10-13
Away
Tournament

@ Beast of the East Tournament in Redding, PA vs.

vs.
Exeter Township
Win 9-1
Wilson HS
Win 13-2
Location: Wilson HS (PA)
Away

@ Beast of the East Tournament in Redding, PA

vs.
North Penn
Win 14-7
Haverford School
Win 15-6
Greenwich High School
Win 14-10
Home
vs.
Loomis Chaffee School
Win 16-6
Location: Mehra Natatorium - Edwards Campus
Away
Tournament

Cardinal Cup Tournament

vs.
Staples High School
Win 17-2
Loomis Chaffee School
Win 18-2
Location: Greenwich High School
Away
Tournament

Cardinal Cup Tournament

vs.
Greenwich Aquatics
Win 13-6
Greenwich High School
Win 10-7
Location: Greenwich High School
Home

Brunswick Invitational Tournament

Location: Mehra Natatorium - Edwards Campus
Home

Homecoming Weekend (JV Game)

vs.
Greenwich High School JV
Location: Mehra Natatorium - Edwards Campus
Home

Homecoming Weekend

vs.
Greenwich High School
Loss 8-10
Location: Mehra Natatorium - Edwards Campus
Home

Homecoming Weekend

vs.
Hopkins School
Win 16-5
Hotchkiss School
Win 16-4
Location: Mehra Natatorium - Edwards Campus
Home

(Please note new start time and opponent)

vs.
Suffield Academy
Win 19-11
Choate Rosemary Hall
Win 18-0
Location: Mehra Natatorium - Edwards Campus
Home
Tournament

"Liquid Four" New England Championship Semifinals vs.

vs.
Suffield Academy
Win 22-3
Location: Mehra Natatorium - Edwards Campus
Home
Tournament

"Liquid Four" New England Championship Finals

vs.
Exeter
Win 19-5
Location: Mehra Natatorium - Edwards Campus
  • Water Polo - Varsity

    2019 - 2020

    Winning five-straight NEPSAC titles (2014-2018), most observers consider Brunswick’s water polo team to be the strongest team in the NEPSAC and in New England. 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.

  • Water Polo Wins Sixth-Straight NEPSAC Title

    Brunswick jumped out to a 7-0 lead against Exeter in the championship match of the 2019 NEPSAC Water Polo Tournament on Sunday, as the top-seeded Bruins cruised to a 19-5 title-winning victory inside the Mehra Natatorium.
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  • Hayden Collins

    Four Bruins Named All-New England in Water Polo

    Ahead of the 2019 NEPSAC Water Polo Championship, four Bruins were recently named First-Team All-New England. The quartet, consisting of senior co-captain Jake Charney, juniors Hayden Collins and Gavin Molloy and sophomore JP Ohl, were selected by league coaches.
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  • Water Polo Wins Final Two Games, NEPSAC Championship Next

    Brunswick picked up a pair of wins on Saturday in Mehra Natatorium, dispatching Choate (18-0) and besting Suffield (19-11). The games cap an impressive regular season for the 22-2 Bruins, as Brunswick heads into the five-team NEPSAC Championship as the top seed and host.
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  • Water Polo Wins Twice on Homecoming

    Brunswick bested Hopkins and Hotchkiss by nearly identical scores at the Mehra Natatorium in a Homecoming double-header on Saturday. The Bruins topped the Hilltoppers (16-5) and beat the Bearcats (16-4). The two wins boost Brunswick’s overall record to 20-2.
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  • Water Polo Halted on Homecoming

    Brunswick fell to Greenwich H.S. on Friday night inside the Mehra Natatorium, dropping a 10-8 decision to its crosstown foes. The loss snapped an eight-game winning streak for the Bruins over the Cardinals dating back to October 15, 2016.
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  • Water Polo Wins Second Straight Cardinal Cup

    Brunswick topped Greenwich H.S. by an 10-7 margin in the finals of the 45th Cardinal Cup on Saturday. With the win, the Bruins are back-to-back champions of the historic local tournament, as Brunswick won the title in 2018, besting the host Cardinals in the finals, 11-7.
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  • Water Polo Rolls Past Loomis

    Brunswick jumped out to a 9-2 lead at the half at Loomis Chaffee, as the visitors swam away with a 16-6 win on Wednesday. The 10-goal victory avenges the only NEPSAC setback by the Bruins last season, as the Pelicans bested Brunswick by a 17-14 margin on October 10, 2018.
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  • Water Polo Retains Beast of the East Crown

    At the championship of the 2019 Beast of the East Tournament on Saturday in Reading, Pennsylvania, Brunswick beat Greenwich High, 14-10. It’s the second-straight year the Bruins beat the Cardinals in the title match, as Brunswick posted a 10-9 comeback win in 2018.
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  • Water Polo Takes Second at California Tourney

    Brunswick finished in second place at the 32-team America’s Finest City Tournament in San Diego on Saturday. The Bruins, in their second appearance in California, went 4-1 in the tourney, eventually falling in the title game against Cathedral Catholic, 13-10.
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  • Water Polo Wins Two

    Brunswick picked up two road wins at Deerfield on Saturday, topping Williston Northampton (14-4) and besting Deerfield (16-2) in the nightcap. Up next, the 4-0 Bruins head to California to take part in the America’s Finest Cup beginning on Friday, September 20.
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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