Alex Carpenter Brother: Who Is Brendan Carpenter?

Brendan Carpenter is the brother of the first player drafted into the National Women's Hockey League, Alex Carpenter.

He is a professional photographer who is currently working as a freelancer. Brendan also has an Instagram account to post professional pictures of his work there.

It goes by the handle @bcarpphotography and has 301 followers there. He is a freelance sports photographer, to be specific, and posts pictures of players on the fields there, among his other works.

Alex enrolled at The Governor's Academy in South Byfield in 2007. Carpenter was a 13-year-old member of the Governor's Academy Varsity team. Over three years, she scored 155 goals and 136 assists for a total of 291 points.

Brendan Carpenter Age: How Old Is The Athlete?

Brendan is 23 years old as of February 2022.

According to the birthday post made by his sister, Brendan was born on 5 December 1998. However, other personal information like his height, weight, etc., was not exposed to the public yet.

Brendan Carpenter Family: Meet His Parents

Brendan values his family more than anything in this world, which is frequently shown through his Instagram posts as the photographer frequently posts pictures with his family there.

However, Brendan has not yet revealed the names of his parents in any of his posts, so no information about their names was obtained.

Brendan Carpenter Siblings Explored

Brendan is blessed with two wonderful siblings. Alex Carpenter and Robert Carpenter are his elder siblings.

The siblings love each other very much and have also got matching tattoos that indicate their age.

Alex Carpenter was the first player taken in the inaugural draft of the National Women's Hockey League (NWHL) in 2015 by the New York Riveters.

Her rights were traded to the Boston Pride in April 2016 after she returned to Boston College for her senior season.

Carpenter signed a one-year, $19,500 deal with the Boston Pride in the summer of 2016, making her the highest-paid player in the 2015 NWHL Draft class.

She scored a goal and an assist for Team Steadman in the 2nd NWHL All-Star Game and finished the 2016–17 season as the league's second-leading scorer.