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- WCC All-Academic Team Selection
Pitched in 18 games and started in 10 for the Tigers in 2018 posting a 3-6 record with a 3.93 ERA. Third on the team in strikeouts with 46. Second on the team in innings pitched with 73.1. Was tied for the third most appearances among Tiger's pitchers. Threw a complete game in a loss to BYU on 5/17 allowing five hits, two earned runs and two strikeouts. Tossed seven and a third inning of two-hit-shutout ball at Pepperdine on 4/8. Stuck out a season-high five batters twice, once against Loyola - Marymount on 3/31 and again against Pepperdine on 4/8. Earned a four-inning save against Utah Valley on 2/23 when he did not allow a hit, struck out five batters and walked two.
In his first year at Pacific, Casad earned a starting pitching spot for the second half of the season. He started seven games and appeared in 19 registering five strikeouts per nine innings. He threw a complete game against St. Mary's allowing eight hits and one walk.
College of Marin (2016):
Playing alongside future Tiger teammates Matthew Tarantino and Ryan Schalch, Casad pitched to a 3.24 ERA in his 91.2 innings of work as a sophomore. He went 9-4 and recorded a save, starting 10 games in 18 appearances. Casad struck out 79 batters as well that year. His strikeout and innings totals led the team as Casad made the All-Conference First Team.
College of Marin (2015):
In his first year of college, Casad had a 3.26 ERA in 49.2 innings. He started one game, going 3-0 overall with one save in 24 appearances. Casad struck out 6.16 batters per nine innings of work. He was named an All-Conference Honorable Mention after his freshman season.
A dual sport athlete, Casad played baseball and basketball in high school at Summerfield High School.
Casad is majoring in sports management here at Pacific. He is the son of Dennis Casad and Christine Plociniak and has two sisters: Daven Allison and Katy Casad. His sister Daven played beach volleyball from 2000 to 2005 as well as in 2008. Casad comes from Petaluma, California.