2010: Made 12 appearances with three starts...All three starts were quality starts...In first start of the season earned the win throwing a complete game while only allowing two runs and striking out eight vs. Sac. St. (5/9)...Earned second consecutive win after tossing five scoreless innings vs. UCA (5/18)...Gave up just three runs in his three starts...Struck out 26 batters in 29.1 innings pitched...
2009: Made nine appearances out of the bullpen and seven starts...In his first start of the season at Stephen F. Austin, he threw five innings, gave up only four hits, two runs and two walks (3/10)...He also struck out three...Struck out a career-high six against Nevada (4/5)...Pitched five scoreless innings against Northwestern State (4/15)...Longest outing of season and his career occurred in a win at Sacramento State (4/27)...Against the Hornets, he pitched 7 1/3 innings and allowed three runs on seven hits and two walks...Also struck out five in the appearance...Went 13 appearances without a loss...Defeat came at the hands of New Mexico State (5/16).
2008: Appeared in relief in six games, started one...In his first outing vs. Central Arkansas (3/8), the righty threw one inning, allowed one hit and struck out three...Allowed only one earned run in his seven appearances; run came vs. Grambling State (3/11)...Picked up his first collegiate victory vs. Grambling State (3/18)...During that outing, he pitched two innings, allowed one hit and walked two.
2007: Redshirt season.
High School: Lettered four years for coach Bob Gray at Lakeside High School...Helped lead team to the state semifinals in 2005 and District 1-2A title in 2006...Named all-parish all four years of high school, named all-district and all-area three times, and all-state once...Named academic all-district all four years...Also lettered in basketball two years.
Personal: Born as Vernon Jones...Goes by Casey...Son of Keneth Jones and Donna Lott...Has two brothers, Kevin and Brian, and one sister, Kimberly Bartett...Born October 26, 1987, in Shreveport, La.