• In Hermosa Beach 2018, Casebeer and Eric Fonoimoana played for the first time, and Fonoimoana became the oldest player to win an AVP main draw match at the age of 49.
2021: Casebeer played all three AVP tournaments with Tim Bomgren with a best of fifth. He ended the season ranked second in aces (.83 per set) and 10th in hitting percentage (.441).
2020: Casebeer and John Hyden played in all three AVP tournaments in Long Beach, placing fifth twice and seventh once. He lead the Tour in kills (8.82 per set), was fifth in blocks (1.29 per set) and 10th in aces (.35 per set).
2019: Casebeer and Chaim Schalk teamed up to play eight AVP tournaments, finishing fifth or better seven times. The pair advanced to four semifinals, placing second once and winning in Seattle. Casebeer led the Tour in aces (1.20 per set), was fourth in blocks (1.61 per set), fourth in kills (6.98 per set) and 10th in hitting percentage (.439). Casebeer played two international tournaments, placing 25th with Reid Priddy and 41st with Eric Zaun.
2018: Casebeer and Reid Priddy played in seven AVP events, finishing in third place four times. Casebeer played alongside Eric Fonoimoana in Hermosa Beach, finishing in 15th place. He was ranked second on the Tour in aces (.99 per set), eighth in blocks (1.40 per set) and ninth in kills (6.31 per set). The duo played four times on the FIVB Tour with a best of 17th.
2017: Casebeer and John Mayer played in eight AVP tournaments, advancing to the semifinals three times. The duo lost 15 matches, and 12 of them were to teams seeded third or better. Casbeer finished sixth in aces (.67 per set), sixth in blocks (1.72 per set) and eighth in kills (6.88 per set).
2016: Casebeer continued playing with Derek Olson for the first three AVP events with a best of 5th. For the next four AVP tournaments Casebeer played with Sean Rosenthal, getting a second-place finish in their first outing. Casebeer led the Tour in aces (.84 per set), was fifth in kills (6.68 per set) and ninth in hitting percentage (.419). Casebeer and Olson played five times on the FIVB Tour with a best of 17th, then three times with Rosenthal with a best of 25th.
2015: Casebeer played in six AVP events, one each with Montgomery and Jennings, and four times with Derek Olson. His best finish was seventh with Olson. He finished ranked fourth in aces per set (.74). Internationally he played six FIVB events with those same three partners, getting a best of ninth with Olson.
2014: Casebeer formed a partnership with Casey Jennings, getting a best of third in their six AVP events together. Casbeer played one AVP event with Will Montgomery. Casebeer was third on the Tour in blocks per set (1.83). Casebeer and Montgomery teamed up for four FIVB tournaments, with a best of fifth.
2013: Casebeer reunited with McGuire on the AVP Tour, playing six events with a best of seventh. They advanced from three qualifiers on the year, ending with a 10-2 mark in qualifiers. The pair ended as the 10th-ranked team on tour. If he had enough matches to qualify, Casebeer would have been second in aces per game (1.08).
2012: Casebeer formed a partnership with Will Montgomery, and the pair played in five domestic events together with a best of 17th twice. They played one AVP tournament together and lost in the qualifier.
2011: Did not compete in any beach volleyball events.
2010: Did not compete in any beach volleyball events.
2009: Casebeer and McGuire played in one AVP Young Guns event, finishing 13th.
2008: Casebeer made his pro beach volleyball debut at the age of 19 with an AVP qualifier with Andrew McGuire. That duo competed together in the FIVB U-21 World Championships in England, finishing ninth.
College: Casebeer was a three-year letterwinner at UCLA. An outside hitter, he led the team his senior season in kills and was the Bruins' top passer.
Personal: In 2012 Casebeer and Will Montgomery represented the U.S. in the World University Games. He has competed internationally on Australia's, New Zealand's and Turkey's national tours. He married Brazilian pro beach volleyball player Maria Clara Salgado and they have a son, Joaquim (born 2016). They spend off-seasons in Rio de Janeiro and compete on the Brazilian Tour.