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Jarrod Casey
Jarrod Casey
Title: Safeties
Phone: 978-232-2267
Email: jcasey@endicott.edu
Office: Post 206A

Twitter: @Coach_JCasey

Jarrod Casey is currently in his second year as an assistant coach with the Endicott football program in 2019. Casey will work primarily with the strong safeties.

This past season (2019), Casey aided Endicott in receiving No. 1 conference rankings in points per game allowed (18.4), points allowed (202), interceptions (18), defensive touchdowns (2), and blocked kicks (9). The Gulls were the only team in the conference to allow less than 20.0 points per game and the only team to give up 210 points or less.

Nationally, Endicott ranked No. 2 in blocked kicks, No. 15 in blocked punts, No. 9 in interceptions, No. 65 in red zone defense, No. 42 in scoring defense, No. 41 in team passing efficiency defense (110.07), No. 21 in turnover margin (1.00), and No. 25 in turnovers gained (25).

In his first year coaching the safeties, Casey aided Endicott in finishing with the third-best points per game mark (27.5) in the conference and league-best figures in tackles per game (82.6) and total tackles (909). 

Casey joined the Endicott staff after spending one year on the Assumption College football staff. While at Assumption, Casey handled the Defensive Quality Control and assisted with in-game adjustments defensively and for the special team’s unit.

Casey is a 2017 graduate of Assumption College with a Bachelor's in Accounting. During his time at Assumption, Casey was a four-year student-athlete for the Greyhounds' football program and earned numerous accolades including Northeast 10 Second Team All-Conference Selection (2014), Northeast 10 First Team All-Conference (2015 & 2016), two-time Worcester Area All-Star First Team honors, Worcester Area Defensive Player of the Year (2015), two-time Don Hansen Gazette Super All-Super Region selection, and USA College Football First Team All-American (2015). Casey was also selected as a two-time captain in 2015 & 2016. He currently ranks fifth all-time in both tackles and interceptions.