Casey completed his education at Camberwell Grammar School in 2012. He then went on to study building and construction and now works as a lead carpenter for Dreamline Homes, his family business.
Casey received a General Excellence Scholarship to Camberwell Grammar School in 2009 and during this time represented the School, Associated Schools of Victoria (AGSV), Victoria and Australia. Casey captained the School’s premiership hockey team in 2010. In 2013, he received a full scholarship to the Victorian Institute of Sport Hockey Program and was named in the Australian Men’s Development Squad. Casey represented the Under 21 Australian Team at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival held in Sydney and won gold. Casey was then selected in the Under 21 Australian Team to compete in the Junior World Cup Tournament held in New Delhi, India.
During 2014 and 2015, Casey played for the Under 21 Victorian Team which he captained in 2015 and won gold. Between 2014 and 2017, Casey was selected into Victoria’s Open Age Hockey Team, the Vikings, who won the Australian Hockey League Championship in 2016 and 2017. Casey was selected into the Australian Men’s Hockey Squad, the Kookaburras, in 2016 and moved to Perth. Whilst in Perth with the Kookaburras, Casey played with Curtin University for a season and won the Club’s Most Valuable Player medal and Western Australia’s Olympian Medal for the Best and Fairest player in the Perth Premier League competition.
In 2017, Casey returned to Melbourne to complete his building and construction course to be recognised as a registered builder and further establish himself in the family business, Dreamline Homes. Casey represented Australia 19 times in hockey and remains a member of the Australian Development Squad, trains with the Victorian Institute of Sport and represents the Footscray Hockey Club.