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Blair Academy
Location: Cosby Field - Edwards Campus
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vs.
Loomis Chaffee School
Win 35-13
Location: Cosby Field - Edwards Campus
Home
vs.
Hotchkiss School
Win 41-7
Location: Cosby Field - Edwards Campus
Away
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Cheshire Academy
Win 19-11
Location: Cheshire Academy
Away
vs.
Kent School
Win 29-7
Location: Kent School
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Homecoming

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Taft School
Win 33-26
Location: Cosby Field - Edwards Campus
Home
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Salisbury School
Win 30-29
Location: Cosby Field - Edwards Campus
Away
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Avon Old Farms School
Loss 14-17
Location: Avon Old Farms School
Away
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Trinity-Pawling School
Win 22-3
Location: Trinity-Pawling School
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Senior Day

vs.
Williston Northampton School
Win 38-12
Away

NEPSAC Bowl Game

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Choate Rosemary Hall
Loss 8-25
Location: Choate Rosemary Hall
  • Football - Varsity

    2018 - 2019

    The Brunswick football program has seen tremendous success over the last few decades. The coaches focus on developing talent at all levels, crerating an environment where each player can learn the fundamentals of the game. While the Bruins face an always challenging NEPSAC Class A schedule against some of the best boarding school programs in the region, Brunswick has done quite well against the competition, earning its fourth-straight NEPSAC bowl appearance in 2016. Since 1989, the Bruins have appeared in an impressive 13 post-season bowl games, including 2018.

    The coaching staff, led by former Bruin Jarrett Shine '92, work to produce disciplined football players and young men of character.

    Brunswick football players enjoy some of the best high school facilities in the country, including an ultra-modern playing surface on the lighted Cosby Field, ajacent to the training facility inside Burke Field House.

    Numerous Brunswick football players have continued their carreers at the college level, as former Bruins peppered the rosters of NCAA Division I, Division II and Division III programs across the country. Success for a handful of Brunswick alums has not stopped in college, as a handful of Bruin alums have gone on to play in the NFL.

Team News

List of 10 news stories.

  • Cornelius Johnson Signs NCAA National Letter of Intent

    Cornelius Johnson signed a National Letter of Intent (NLI) to attend the University of Michigan on Wednesday morning inside a crowed Baker Theater. In return for full athletic-scholarship aid, the 2018 football co-captain committed to attend the storied Big-Ten Conference powerhouse next fall.
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  • Cornelius Johnson Named Gatorade Connecticut Football Player of the Year

    In its 34th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company announced Cornelius Johnson as its 2018-19 Gatorade Connecticut Football Player of the Year.
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  • Cornelius Johnson

    Football Players Earn Post-Season Awards

    Six football players recently picked up post-season recognition from the Erickson League as well as the NEPSAC. The sextet of Bruins earned honors from the Erickson League, led by Cornelius Johnson, the Co-Offensive Player of the Year, while four players, including Johnson, picked up All-New England honors.
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  • Football Stopped in NEPSAC Title Game

    Brunswick fell to Choate by a 25-8 margin in the NEPSAC’s Class ‘A’ Championship Mike Silipo Bowl on Saturday at Choate. The Bruins complete a memorable season as Class 'A' runners up with an 8-2 record, while the Wild Boars, winners of 48 straight games, finish 10-0.
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  • Football Wins Share of League Crown, Will Play in a NEPSAC Bowl Game

    Brunswick topped Williston Northampton on Senior Day on Cosby Field on Saturday, 38-12. With the conference win, the Bruins (8-1, 6-1) clinch a share of the Erickson League crown for the first time since 2014 and will play Choate in the NEPSAC's Mike Silipo Bowl, the lone Class 'A' post-season match-up.
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  • Defense Stymies Trinity-Pawling on the Gridiron

    Brunswick’s defense held Trinity-Pawling’s potent offense to just six passing yards and 152 total yards in a 22-3 Erickson League road win on Saturday evening. The victory keeps the Bruins (7-1, 5-1) in a three-way tie atop of the league standings with one game remaining.
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  • Football Loses First Game of the Season

    Brunswick dropped a 17-14 decision to Avon Old Farms on a rain-soaked Ryan Field on Saturday. The setback was the first on the year for the Bruins, as Brunswick owns a 6-1 overall record and a 4-1 mark in Erickson League action.
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  • Football Stays Unbeaten with Last-Minute Score

    With just 39 seconds left in the game, Kevonne Wilder caught a fourth-down touchdown pass to give Brunswick a 30-29 lead against Salisbury. The Bruins (6-0, 4-0) saw a last-second, 41-yard field goal try by the Crimson Knights (3-2, 2-2) sail wide left as the home team celebrated the one-point win on Cosby Field on Saturday night.
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  • Cornelius Johnson Honored as All-American

    Senior wide receiver Cornelius Johnson was named to play in the All-American Bowl, presented by American Family Insurance. The co-captain received his ceremonial football jersey during a special presentation in Camuto Auditorium on Tuesday.
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  • Football Wins Homecoming Thriller

    Brunswick’s defense made a goal line stop as time expired to preserve a 33-26 Homecoming win against Taft in front of a capacity crowd at Cosby Field. The Bruins won the battle of undefeated teams, improving to 5-0 overall and 3-0 in Erickson League play, while Taft dropped to 4-1 and 3-1 in conference action.
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Overall Statistics
Wins Losses Ties Win %
8 2 0 80

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