Pat Casey (baseball)

Pat Casey
Current position
TitleHead coach
TeamOregon State
Record845-446-5 (.692)
Biographical details
Born(1959-03-17) March 17, 1959 (age 58)
McMinnville, Oregon
Playing career
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1988-1994George Fox
1995-presentOregon State
Head coaching record
Accomplishments and honors
2 College World Series (2006, 2007)
Baseball America Coach of the Year 2006
NCBWA Coach of the Year 2017
Pac-12 Coach of the Year 1997, 2005, 2006, 2011, 2013, 2017


Patrick Michael Casey (given birth to March 17, 1959) may be the mind trainer for the Oregon Condition Beavers baseball group. He is most widely known for earning the 2006 University Globe Series for the Beavers’ first-ever football National Championship. The next year, despite dropping basically two starters within the group and being the ultimate group chosen in the NCAA University Globe Series bracket, he led the Beavers to a do it again tournament in the 2007 University Globe Series, the 1st unranked group in history to do this feat.

Playing career

A three-sport sportsman at Newberg SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, Casey attended the College or university of Portland where he played football aswell as golf ball. In football, he was called towards the All-Pac-10 Meeting Northern Division initial group in 1979 and 1980, and was drafted in the 10th circular by the NORTH PARK Padres in the 1980 Main League Football Draft. He performed seven periods in the minimal leagues, like the Beaumont Golden Gators, the Calgary Cannons as well as the Portland Beavers.

Coaching career

After his playing career finished, Casey became head baseball coach at George Fox University, where he earned his undergraduate degree in 1990, also playing basketball for the institution while coaching baseball. In seven months at George Fox, his football team put together a 171-114-1 record.In 1995, he was named head coach at Oregon Condition, where through the 2017 season, he previously compiled a 845-446-5 record. Casey centered on recruiting players from your Pacific Northwest. He led the Beavers to three right 45+ win months, including back-to-back Pac-10 championships, five outings to the faculty Globe Series, and two nationwide championships. He's the only trainer in NCAA background to business lead a team towards the Country wide Tournament after playing in six reduction games. After earning the 2006 nationwide championship, this program received its first ever #1 1 rank by all college football polls. He was called the Pac-12 Trainer of the entire year in 2005, 2006, 2011, 2013 and 2017, and was called Baseball America Trainer of the entire year in 2006 and NCBWA Trainer of the entire year in 2017. This year 2010, Casey was called Baseball America's Trainer of the 10 years for the years 2000-2009.

Head coaching record

Season Group Overall Conference Standing up Postseason Oregon Condition Beavers (Pac-10/Pac-12 Meeting) (1995–present) 1995 Oregon Condition 25–24–1 14–16 4th (North) 1996 Oregon Condition 32–16–1 14–10 2nd (North) 1997 Oregon Condition 38–12–1 18–6 2nd (North) 1998 Oregon Condition 35–14–1 15–9 2nd (North) 1999 Oregon Condition 19–35 7–17 8th 2000 Oregon Condition 28–27 9–15 6th 2001 Oregon Condition 31–24 11–13 6th 2002 Oregon Condition 31–23 10–14 6th 2003 Oregon Condition 25–28 7–17 T–8th 2004 Oregon Condition 31–22 10–14 T–6th 2005 Oregon Condition 46–12 19–5 1st University Globe Series 2006 Oregon Condition 50–16 16–7 1st University Globe Series Champions 2007 Oregon Condition 49–18 10–14 T–6th University Globe Series Champions 2008 Oregon Condition 28–24 11–13 T–6th 2009 Oregon Condition 37–19 15–12 T–3rd NCAA Regional 2010 Oregon Condition 32–23 12–15 T–7th NCAA Regional 2011 Oregon Condition 41–19 17–10 T–2nd NCAA Super Regional 2012 Oregon Condition 40–20 18–12 T–4th NCAA Regional 2013 Oregon Condition 52–13 24–6 1st University Globe Series 2014 Oregon Condition 45–14 23–7 1st NCAA Regional 2015 Oregon Condition 39–18–1 19–10–1 2nd NCAA Regional 2016 Oregon Condition 35–19 16–14 T-3rd 2017 Oregon Condition 56-6 27-3 1st University Globe Series Oregon Condition: 845–446–5 366–260–1 Total: 1,013–560–5      Country wide champion         Postseason invitational champ         Meeting regular season champ         Meeting regular period and conference competition champ       Department regular season champ       Department regular period and conference competition champ       Meeting tournament champion


Casey and his wife Susan have 3 sons and a single daughter. Casey is normally a Roman Catholic and frequently attends daily Mass. Notre Dame interviewed Casey after he gained his first tournament in 2006 and provided him the top coaching placement, but Casey made a decision to stay at Oregon Condition.

See also

Set of current NCAA Department I football coaches