Casey Allen

Casey  Allen


Portland, TX

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 200


Junior (2008): Missed the entire year to focus upon military and academic work.

Sophomore (2007): Appeared in 14 games, making seven starts ... began the season in the bullpen and finished the season as the series-opening starter in his last seven appearances ... fifth on the team with 40.2 innings pitched ... struck out 18 ... MWC academic all-conference for second-consecutive season ... pitched five or more innings in four starts, including three of his last four ... pitched a season-best 6.2 innings against Hawaii Hilo and Utah Valley ... struck out a season-high four batters against Utah Valley ... allowed four-or-fewer runs in four starts and did not allow a run in three relief appearances.

Freshman (2006): Pitched in 16 games, the first 11 in relief ... promoted to starter for his last five games and pitched five-or-more innings, in three of the starts ... second on the team with 54.1 innings pitched and fourth with 30 strikeouts ... MWC All-Academic selection ... earned first-career win with three innings of no-hit relief against Northern Colorado ... pitched a career-high 7.0 innings against UNLV ... struck out six against Wright State.

Gregory-Portland HS (Portland, Texas): Lettered four years in baseball and three years in football ... Texas 4A Pro-Line Player of the Year ... Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association (THSBCA) 4A All-State pitcher ... district MVP ... all-state in football ... district defensive MVP as a linebacker in football ... led Gregory-Portland to district and area championships as a senior ... member of National Honor Society.

Personal: Member of cadet squadron 9, the Viking Nine ... full name is Patrick Casey Allen ... major is economics ...favorite MLB team is the Chicago Cubs ... has two older sisters, Tiffany (31) and Jennifer Finley (34) ... credits his father as having the biggest impact on his sports career ... son of Dorothy Allen.

Why I came to the Academy: "I came to the Academy to play Division 1 baseball and to become a pilot and officer in the Air Force."

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