Berrios closed out his outstanding Heat career to a standing ovation on Saturday night against the Victoria Vikes as the sharp-shooter played in his final game in a Heat uniform. A product of Notre Dame Secondary in Burnaby, Berrios finishes his career with 1483 points which is the most in program history and 28th most in the history of the Canada West. His 256 made triples is the 2nd most in conference history, while he has also played the third most minutes (3533) in the history of the Canada West.
The shooting guard was on the floor for 96% of the game time over the course of his senior season, the most in the conference. His 38.5 minutes a game is also the most in a season in Canada West history. While the guard has had a 30-point game this season against Mount Royal, his career-high for points in a game came way back in 2015, when he dropped 32 points against UNBC.
A model student-athlete both on and off the court, Berrios was a finalist for the Male Provost Award for Excellence (two semesters) and Male Outstanding Athlete of the Year award in 2017-18. In his rookie season he was also the UBC Okanagan Male Rookie of the Year and a member of both the Canada West and U SPORTS All-Rookie team.
Berrios on his Heat career coming to a close:
The ceremony honouring the players between the games: