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Bret Lopez Athlete Profile

#13 Bret Lopez

Position: Infielder Height: 6-0 Weight: 190 Class: Senior Roster Years: 2011-2014 Hometown: Orem, UT Mission: San Juan, Puerto Rico Last School: Timpanogos High School


  • Born in American Fork, Utah
  • Parents are Carl and Kaye Lopez
  • Is an Eagle Scout
  • Served a mission to Puerto Rico for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  • Married Taryn Roberts in May 2013
  • Was Timpanogos High student body president
  • Recruited by Washington State, Cal-Fullerton, Stanford, Pepperdine, Army and Utah
  • Serves as co-president of the Cougar Council representing all BYU student-athletes
  • Majoring in exercise science

Before BYU

  • Batted .450 with 10 doubles, three triples, seven homers and 36 RBI as a junior for Timpanogos High
  • Was the Utah Valley Player of the Year
  • Was first-team all-state and all-region
  • Academic all-region
  • Coached by former BYU All-American Kim Nelson
  • Team won the 2008 5A state title
  • Batted over .700 in the 2007 state tournament
  • His traveling team was No. 1 in the nation as a 13-year-old
  • Lettered in football as a sophomore and was the top defensive football player his freshman year


Year    Avg.   G-GS   AB    R    H   2B   3B   HR   RBI    TB   BB   SO  SB-SBA
2011   .246   28-13   61    8   15    5    2    1     5    27    9   18   1-1

2011 | Freshman Year

Played in the Valley Summer League in Woodstock, Virginia.

2012 | Sophomore Year

  • West Coast Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll, bronze level

2013 | Junior Year

  • Academic All-West Coast Conference
  • Hit two game-winning RBI: sac-fly vs. Utah Valley, 8-0 and two-run double vs. St. Mary’s, 11-1
  • Homered, doubled and had three RBI in 5-2 win at Santa Clara
  • West Coast Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll, Bronze

2014 | Senior Year

  • Honorable mention WCC All-Academic
  • West Coast Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll, bronze level
  • Hit two game-winning RBI, vs. Utah and a 2-run home at Utah Valley.