The Penguins program continued their success and competed in the Fall Brawl on Sunday, November 12th at Bryant University. The Penguins program reached the championship game in three separate divisions and combined for a 9-8 record on the day.
The 2026 Penguins had a tremendous final performance of the fall season going 3-0 during regular play with strong wins against the Boston Kings and 4Leaf. They competed in the championship game and came up just short. Overall the 2026 Penguins went 9-2 on the fall season and competed in two championship games. Coach Bunick on the season, “I thought overall the team played extremely well in all 3 tournaments. Our ball movement was exceptional and our goaltending really helped us win game. I am looking forward to working with the players going forward and excited for a great summer.”
The 2022 program had a great day overall. The 2022AA team went 2-1 on the day and competed in the championship game. The 2022A team battled some great competition and had two one goals losses. Coach Campbell on the day “The 2022’s played a hard fought weekend and were only a few plays away from competing in the championship game on Sunday. Both coach Weiss and I were impressed with the improvement in each game and the ability to play our best lacrosse by the end of the day. We know every guy has the drive to be a better lacrosse player and we are excited to see their skills develop throughout the winter and into the summer season.”
The 2023 Penguins had a great win against HGR and finished the day 1-2. Coach Heater on the day, “After losing a close game to the Blackhawks to start the day, the boys took a gut check and refocused for a matchup against a tough HGR Team. HGR got the scoring started with an early goal in the first half. We were able to tie the game up right before half time with an awesome feed from our attackman William Marra to a cutting Decker Hardin from up top. The boys continued the scoring by grabbing a goal right off the opening face-off to start the second half. Solid defense and ball movement kept momentum in our favor and we ended the game with a 5-1 victory that jumped us into 3rd place on the day.”
The 2025 Penguins also went 1-2 on the day with a great come from behind win against Team 508. They also played a very tough Boston Kings team who they have seen two others times this fall and made some great strides. Coach Sellew on the Fall Brawl, “We played fast and won 50/50 ground ball battles. I was very impressed with how the team responded this tournament and very pleased with progress we made from tournament to tournament.”
Finally, the 2024 Penguins had an excellent day going 3-0 in regular play with big wins against HGR and the Buzzards They outscored opponents 22-6 overall and played in the championship game against a very good 4Leaf team losing 4-3. Coach Wellemeyer on a great fall season, “This tournament was a lot of fun and I was impressed with how the team kept their focus throughout the day. We moved the ball up field exceptionally well and as usual had solid goaltending. I am very excited for the summer season and working with the team going forward!”
The Fall Brawl at Bryant University was the final tournament for the fall season. Up next is 3 v. 3 Speed Lacrosse League at the PrimeTime Sports Center as well as Penguins Winter Skills Training starting in January 2018 for Penguins 2026-2022.