Year: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: Laurel, Mont.
Other College: Montana State


•OU Program Record Holder (Mile, 3:56.28)
•OU Program Record Holder (1,000-Meter Run, 2:22.39
•OU Program Record Holder (3,000-Meter Run, 7:52.80)
•OU Program Record Holder (Distance Medley Relay, 9:29.44)

•2013 Big 12 Indoor Outstanding Male Performer of the Year
•2013 Big 12 Indoor Male High Point Award Winner

•2013 Big 12 Indoor Champion (Mile)

•2013 Big 12 Indoor Champion (1,000-Meter Run)
•2013 Big 12 Indoor Champion (DMR)
•2013 Big 12 Indoor Scorer (Mile, (1,000-Meter Run,
2012 Big 12 Outdoor Scorer (1,500-Meter Run)

Indoor Collegiate Bests

Mile: 3.56.28
800-Meter Run: 1:47.08
1,000-Meter Run: 2:22.39
3,000-Meter Run: 7:52.80

Outdoor Collegiate Bests
800-Meter Run: 1.47.6
1,500-Meter Run: 3:41.7
3,000-Meter Run: 8:19

Selected as the 2013 Indoor Track and Field Outstanding Male Performer of the Year...Named the 2013 Big 12 Indoor Track and Field Championships Male High Point Award Winner after he claimed two individual and one relay title at the 2013 championships...Took titles in both the 1,000-meter run with a program-record breaking 2:22.39 effort, and mile race after he stopped the clock at 4:00.81...Additionally, part of the championship Distance Medley Relay that crossed the line in 9:42.81, anchoring the team in the final 1,600-meters...Claimed three All-Big 12 honors in the conference championship meet of his career in the Crimson and Cream...Part of the quartet that combined to break the Distance Medley Relay program record (9:29.44) at the Alex Wilson Invitational, by anchoring the relay in the final 1,6000-meter leg of the race...Broke his second OU program record after he clocked a 7:52.80 performance in the 3,000m run at the Flotrack Husky Classic to take sixth in a competitive field...Became the first Sooner to ever clock a mile under 3:58.00 when he stopped the clock in 3:56.28 at the 2013 Razorback Invitational...Kicked off his senior season with a first place finish and breaking the Oklahoma track and field program record with a nation-leading and personal-best time of 3:56.28 in the men's mile run at the Razorback Invitational...Named the Big 12 Male Athlete of the Week and to the USTFCCA Men's National Athlete of the Week honor roll for his performance at the Razorback Invitational.

(Outdoor) Ran 3:43.17 to finish 10 in the second section of the 1,500-meter run at the Stanford Invitational ... Ran the third leg of the fourth-place Championship of America 4xmile team at the Penn Relays (16:22.04) ... Ran the third leg of the eighth-place Championship of America distance medley relay (9:45.45) ... Finished fifth in the 800-meter run at the Arkansas Twilight ... Ran 3:43.78 to finish third in the 1,500-meter run at the Big 12 Championship ... Qualified for the NCAA Championship with a ninth-place finish in the 1,500-meter runat the NCAA West Preliminary (3:44.34) ... Finished 18th in the 1,500-meter run semifinal at the NCAA Championship (3:45.59).

At Montana State
The first runner to run a sub-four minute mile in the state of Montana...Set the MSU records in the indoor and outdoor 800-meter runs, the mile and outdoor 1,500-meter run...A three-time All-American...Ran a 3:59.76 mile on Feb. 4, 2011 in Bozeman...Altitude conversion of the mark is 3:54.59...Also set a personal best with a 1:47.08 adjusted 800-meter run in 2011...Won the Big Sky Conference title in the mile...Finished 12th at the 2011 NCAA Indoor Championships in the event...Won the 800- and 1,500-meter runs at the Big Sky Outdoor Championships...Qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the 1,500-meter run...Finished eighth with a time 3:45.19...Won the Big Sky conference title in the mile as a freshman...Finished third in the event at the NCAA Championships.

High School
A standout at Laurel (Mont.) High School under head coaches James Haskins and Lisa Condon...2008 Montana Gatorade Runner of the Year...National qualifier in cross country...A six-time state champion...Won the 800-, 1,600- and 3,200-meter runs and cross country individual title as a senior...Won the 1,600- and 3,200-meter runs as a junior.

Born Patrick Casey in Laurel, Montana...Son of Tim and Terrie Casey...Has a younger sibling, Regan...Majoring in business marketing.

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