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Casey Jennings


Casey Jennings

Hometown: Las Vegas, Nev.
Birth Year: 1975
Resides: Hermosa Beach, Calif.
Height: 6-2
College: BYU
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  • In 2010 with Kevin Wong, won the FIVB The Hague. Has two second place finishes and one third place finish in FIVB competition
  • Had three Top 5 finishes on the AVP Tour in 2014, finishing third in Cincinnati and fifth in St. Petersburg and Milwaukee, all with Jeremy Casebeer
  • Married to Kerri Walsh since 2005

  • At the FIVB World Tour St. Petersburg Grand Slam with Jeremy Casebeer finished 33rd. In Long Beach with Bill Kolinske, finished 33rd
  • Opened the 2015 AVP Tour in New Orleans with a fifth-place finish with Billy Kolinske, tied for third in Chicago
  • Tied for 17th at the 2014 Long Beach Grand Slam with Avery Drost, was his only World Tour event of the season
  • In 2013, finished second at the Sao Paulo Grand Slam with Phil Dalhausser
  • With Stafford Slick in 2013, Placed 17th at Long Beach Grand Slam and won the NORCECA Circuit event in Toluca, Mexico
  • Won the Manhattan Beach Open with Matt Fuerbringer on the AVP Tour in 2013
  • Best finish on 2012 FIVB World Tour with Bill Strickland was 25th in Gstaad, Switzerland
  • In 2011 with Kevin Wong, best finish was fifth in Klagenfurt, Austria (8/2-7) and seventh in Agadir, Morocco
  • With Pedro Salgado, won the 2011 Hermosa Beach Open
  • Finished ninth in Aland, Finland win Kevin Wong in 2010, and won the final event in The Hague, Netherlands, for Casey’s first FIVB victory. Also finished fourth at the Grand Slam in Moscow with Brad Kennan
  •  Won an FIVB silver medal in Poland with Matt Fuerbringer in Jennings’ first title match of his career in 2009. The duo finished the FIVB tour with three ninth-place finishes in Grand Slam events
  • In 2008, Casey and Matt Fuerbringer played in eight FIVB events in an attempt to qualify for the Olympics with their best finish third in Zagreb, Croatia. They finished third among the U.S. teams, but only the top two advanced to the Olympic Games in Beijing
  • With Fuerbringer in 2008, won the AVP San Diego, finished second in Hermosa Beach and had five third-place finishes
  • Between 2007 and 2003, with Matt Fuerbringer on the AVP Tour, the duo won five events, placed second eight times and third 11 times
  • Attended Orange Coast College and Golden West College and BYU
  • Graduated from BYU in 2001 with a degree in Sociology
  • Played four years of collegiate volleyball, helping lead BYU to the 1999 NCAA National Championship 
  • Named to the Mountain West Honorable Mention team for his play
    2015 – Jeremy Casebeer, Billy Kolinske
    2014 – Avery Drost, Jeremy Casebeer
    2013 – Stafford Slick, Matt Fuerbringer, Matt Prosser, Steve Grotowski, Nils Nielsen, Phil Dalhausser, Theo Brunner
    2012 – Bill Strickland
    2011 – Pedro Solberg, Scott Lane, Andrew Fuller, Ben Saxton, Kevin Wong, Curt Toppel, Casey Patterson
    2010 – Jake Gibb, Kevin Wong, Brad Keenan
    2009 – Matt Fuerbringer
    2008 – Matt Fuerbringer
    2007 – Matt Fuerbringer, Mark Williams
    2006 – Matt Fuerbringer
    2004 – Matt Fuerbringer
    2003 – Matt Fuerbringer
    2002 – Brad Torsone, Chip McCaw, Carl Henkel

    Updated August, 2015

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