Chris Breer

Quick Facts

Player Development and Events

Favorite Fastpitch Moment:

The look on a young lady’s face each time they accomplish something they thought they couldn’t before. July 2018 was a good month as well with a runner up at IDT, winning the TCS World Series, and winning USA 16U Nationals.


A Washington native, after completing college, I was blessed to have two amazing daughters, Emma and Ryan. I continued my career path in the beverage distribution industry, working from front line contributor to my current role as director of operations for Washington state. After traveling as a player, I found a new joy in coaching. Having coached youth sports for over a decade, beginning with club soccer and through South Hill Little League then focusing on club softball. I’ve discovered coaching not only feeds my competitive spirit, but more so my passion to help young adults learn and develop. With continued support, high levels of accountability, and a tireless approach I’ve been humbled by the level of achievement, success and growth our athletes have experienced both on and off the field over my time being able to provide continued support in any way I can.

I am even more blessed to have successful young adults at home in Emma and Ryan. Emma, 18, will attend Pacific Lutheran University after graduating from Rogers High School. Emma loves to write and is involved in performing arts after her medical condition led to the tough decision to hang up her spikes. Ryan, 14, enjoys working out, softball, and an avid dog lover with Jack, Stella and Dakoda. Ryan catches and plays second base for the ai Bandits and will be a freshman at Rogers High School in the fall. Whether as Dad or as a coach, I possess a great passion to positively impact those I have the opportunity to provide leadership and support.

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