Casey Patterson attended Brigham Young University and was twice named to All-Tournament teams during his career. Casey married his wife Lexi in 2005, and the couple has two children.
Patterson made his AVP main draw debut in 2004 at Manhattan Beach. Patterson earned his first AVP tour victory in 2009 in Brooklyn. Partnered with Ty Loomis, the duo defeated the top four seeds in four consecutive matches to earn the victory. In 2013, Patterson had the best season of his career while teaming with Jake Gibb. The duo won four AVP tour events and finished top-3 in all seven events they played in. Patterson was named Best Offensive Player in 2013 and earned Team of the Year with Jake Gibb the same season. Patterson and Gibb also teamed together in international competition in 2013, earning one victory and finishing top-10 in ten of the eleven events.
2015: Patterson and Gibb won the first two AVP events of the season, extending their streak to five consecutive wins. Their match winning streak was halted at 27 in a row in their next event. In six AVP tournaments they advanced to the semifinals five times, and ended as the tour’s second ranked team. Gibb finished the season fourth in kills per set (7.15), fifth in aces per set (.66) and fifth in hitting percentage (.453). On the FIVB Tour, Patterson and Gibb played in 10 events, winning one gold and one silver.