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Casey Patterson

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Sports Speaker Casey Patterson makes playing professional beach volleyball look almost as easy as soaking up rays on the sand with his career winning record of 11 first place titles. Patterson made his AVP debut at Manhattan Beach in 2004 when he competed in four events, but it wasn’t until 2008 that he made a name for himself when he played in 13 AVP events alongside differing partners. Out of the 13 AVP events that he participated in, his best finishes were in Miami with John Moran and Long Beach with Canyon Ceman where he placed ninth on both occasions. Patterson found a consistent partner in 2009 when he competed with Ty Loomis in 14 out of his 15 AVP events, in which time Patterson achieved his first professional career win in Brooklyn, as well as placing fifth in Huntington Beach and Hermosa Beach. Patterson’s winning streak continued in 2011 when he won the NVL event in Aspen, CO with his partner Sean Rosenthal, preceding his 2012 victories with partner Ryan Doherty where he won three first place titles in the Jose Cuervo Pro Beach Series in Belmar, NJ and Chicago. To top it all off, the pair also placed first at the NVL event in Baltimore, adding another gold to their trophy case. In addition to their first place finishes, the pair also placed second at the Jose Cuervo series in Manhattan Beach, and third in Huntington Beach and Milwaukee in 2012. The year 2013 is particularly notable for Patterson, not only because of his new partner Jake Gibb, but also because he and Gibb placed in all seven AVP events. Specifically showcasing their talent in Cincinnati, Atlantic City, Saint Petersburg, FL, as well as Santa Barbara, CA where they won gold medals.

The beaches of the world were lucky enough to have witnessed Patterson’s talent in 2011 when he competed in five FIVB events with Brad Keenan and Casey Jennings. In which time he placed ninth in Brasilia, Brazil, and Beijing with Keenan. Merging a new partnership with Gibb in 2013, the two won the first FIVB Grand Slam of the year in Shanghai, as well as silver in the following events and third at the Gstaad Grand Slam. To polish off their accomplishments, Patterson and Gibb also won the World Series Cup in Long Beach, CA. Not surprisingly, Patterson is also currently ranked number one according to AVP.