- Name Mathieu Roy
- Hometown St-Gervais, Que.
- Date of Birth December 21, 1988
- Number 15
- Primary Position Left Field
- Secondary Position Center Field
- Bats Left
- Throws Right
In 2005, Mathieu Roy represented Canada at the WBSC Junior Men's Softball World Championship and Team Quebec at the Canada Summer Games. He went on to win two Top Batter awards in a three-year span at the Junior level and is a 9-time Canadian Championship All-Star, including an active streak of six in a row at the Men's level. He is a three-time Canadian Championship Silver medallist, and earned his first Gold medal at the 2018 Men's Canadian Championship.
Roy joined the Men's National Team in 2011 and has played in three WBSC Men's Softball World Championships, winning Gold in 2015 and Bronze in 2017. He has been an offensive catalyst at the top of Team Canada's order, hitting .405 with 30 hits and 27 runs scored in his three World Championship appearances. Roy has also played in two WBSC Americas Qualifiers, winning Gold in 2012 and Bronze in 2014, and added a Gold medal at the 2015 Pan American Games.
Mathieu aspires to win as many World Championships as possible. In his spare time, he likes to go to the movies, attend comedy shows, and play hockey, ping-pong and tennis.
2005 WBSC Junior Men's World Championship - Bronze
2011 U23 Men's Canadian Championship - Silver
2012 WBSC Americas Qualifier - Gold
2014 WBSC Americas Qualifier - Bronze
2015 WBSC Men's World Championship Gold
2015 Pan American Games - Gold
2016 Men's Canadian Championship - Silver
2017 WBSC Men's World Championship - Bronze
2017 Men's Canadian Championship - Silver
2018 Men's Canadian Championship - Gold