2013: Scored the game-winning goal on a header in a 1-0 shutout over Rhode Island (Sept. 13)...scored twice in a span of four minutes in a 3-2 win at Fordham (Sept. 20)...scored another game-winner on a header in a 1-0 shutout win against Northeastern (Sept. 28)...named America East Player of the Week after his game-winner against Northeastern (Sept. 30).
2012: Appeared in 16 games on defense...helped lead the defense to third fewest goals allowed in the America East...chipped in offensively with three points including one game winning goal...assisted on one of Raphael Abreu's two goals on Senior Night in a 2-0 win against New Hampshire. (Oct. 24)...scored game-winning goal in overtime to lift Stony Brook to 5-4 win over Binghamton in the America East Championship quarterfinals (Nov. 3).
2011: Appeared in all 20 matches, making 18 starts in the midfield...fifth on the team in points with six after scoring two goals and assisting on two others...led team with three shots on goal vs Pittsburgh (Sep. 2)...assisted on goal vs. High Point (Sep. 9)...recorded assist vs. Vermont (Oct. 7)...had two shots on goal vs. Albany (Oct. 12)...scored a goal at UMBC (Oct. 26)...scored the first goal of the match to help lead the Seawolves to the America East Championship win over Hartford (Nov. 13)...named to the America East Championship All-Tournament team.
2010: Appeared in 14 matches, making four starts...scored Stony Brook's lone goal, his first collegiate tally, in a loss at Lafayette (Sept. 3).
High School: A three-year letterwinner at Ward Melville for coach Jon Stecker...All-New York State, All-Long Island, All-Region, All-Suffolk County, All-Conference, All-League as a senior...Section 11 League I MVP as a senior...led team with 16 goals and 11 assists as a senior...team captain as a junior and senior...a member of school's honor roll, student liaison and superintendent committee...high school teammate of Chris DiFiore.
Personal: William Casey...born October 24, 1991 in Stony Brook, New York...son of Bill and Beth Casey ... brother of Erin and Karen...mother swam at Immaculata College...sister, Erin, played volleyball at Rochester.