- Name Bryan Abrey
- Hometown Richmond, B.C.
- Date of Birth April 30, 1987
- Number 13
- Primary Position Utility
- Secondary Position Catcher
- Bats Right
- Throws Right
“YESTERDAY'S HOME RUNS DON'T WIN TODAY'S GAMES”
Bryan Abrey got his first taste of international competition as a member of Canada's Junior Men's National Team in 2005, helping them to a Bronze medal finish. That same year, he was also a member of Team BC at the Canada Summer Games in Regina, Sask. and earned a Silver medal. He followed that up with another great season in 2006, leading the Port Alberni Blazers to a Silver medal at the U19 Men's Canadian Championship where he was named MVP of the Qualifying Round, and also competed in the Men's Canadian Championship as a member of the Vancouver Grey Sox, earning a spot on the tournament All-Star Team. He went on to win Gold at the 2007 Men's Canadian Championship with the Grey Sox.
Abrey represented the Canadian Men's National Team program for the first time in 2007, playing with Team Canada in a six-game competition International Test Series against New Zealand in three communities in Southern Ontario. He has competed for Canada at three WBSC Americas Qualifiers (2012, 2014 and 2017) and three WBSC Men's Softball World Championships (2013, 2015 and 2017), winning Gold (2015) and Bronze (2017) at the Worlds and another Gold (2012) and Bronze (2014) at the Americas Qualifier.
In his spare time, Bryan likes to golf, play hockey and keep up with the sports world. His goal at the National Team level is to bring the WBSC Men's World Championship Gold Medal back to Canadian soil. As part of his training he likes to jog, lift weights and play sports to stay in shape.
2005 WBSC Junior Men's World Championship - Bronze
2005 Canada Games - Silver
2006 U19 Men's Canadian Championship - Silver
2007 Men’s Canadian Championship - Gold
2012 WBSC Americas Qualifier - Gold
2014 WBSC Americas Qualifier - Bronze
2015 WBSC World Championship - Gold
2017 WBSC World Championship - Bronze