Casey Jennings began his college career at Orange Coast College and Goldenwest College before transferring to BYU. At Goldenwest College, Jennings was a setter and outside hitter, and he won a Junior College Championship. While at BYU, he was named Team Captain and MVP, while helping lead his team to the 1999 National Championship.
Jennings made his AVP in 1999 in Chicago. Over his long and successful career, Jennings has seven AVP tour victories from 2004-2013. He was named the AVP Most Improved Player in both 2002 and 2003, and was named Best Defensive Player in 2003. Casey is married to fellow beach volleyball player Kerri Walsh-Jennings and the couple has three children. Jennings is currently sponsored by Oakley, Asics, and Rain.
Favorite thing about beach volleyball: “How difficult it is mentally and physically.”
Hobbies: “Wrestling with my kids, surfing and snowboarding.”
Best Memory: “Winning national championship in high school, junior college, NCAA championship, Manhattan Beach Open championship, and meeting my wife.”
2014: Casey Jennings finished tied for 5th at the AVP St. Petersburg Open with partner Jeremy Casebeer.
2015: Jennings played six AVP events with Billy Kolinske, with a best of third. He also played one tournament with Casebeer, finishing ninth. Jennings ended the year third in digs per set (4.99) and ninth in hitting percentage (.423). Jennings played in two FIVB events, one with both Casebeer and Kolinske, but did not advance from the qualifier in either one.