Bergy (Yannick Bergeron)
Bergy is an experienced coach with over 10 years of experience in personal and team training. Presently, Bergy is the offensive coach at Academy of Baseball Canada (ABC) which regroups the provinces top players aged 15 to 19 years old.
Bergy began his baseball career at a very young age, hitting baseballs even before he could walk. It all began for Yannick at the age of 16 (1996) with the Midget AAA Charlesbourg team where he was noticed and received praise for his play until 2002. While playing for the Charlesbourg Alouettes (Junior Elite) from 1997-2002, Bergy led the team to 5 League Championships and 2 Canadian Championships, participated in the Canada Games, was twice named MVP of the playoffs and broke 5 records including RBIs, slugging percentage and career home runs. In 2002, Yannick had the honour of playing for the Quebec Capitals and was granted a full scholarship to New Mexico Junior College located in Hobbs, New Mexico. Upon leaving New Mexico, Yannick was yet again offered a scholarship to study in Weatherford, Texas at Weatherford College from 2004-2005. In 2005, he transferred to St-Edwards University where he played and studied from 2005-2007 thanks to another scholarship. Yannick’s playing time in the United States was exceptional. In 2002, he had the fifth highest batting average in the US while playing for Hobbs in 2004, while playing for Weatherford, he was named to the first team All-Conference and in 2007 was also named to All-Conference team, while keeping the best GPA in collegiate baseball. In 2007, Yannick graduated with honours from St-Edwards University, Austin, Texas in accounting. In 2004, Yannick was recruited to play for the Texas Wranglers, a professional baseball team.