Chris Casey (born October 15, 1963) is an American head college basketball coach. He was the head coach of the Niagara Purple Eagles men's basketball team. On March 11, 2019, he was released. He finished at Niagara with a six-year record of 64–129. He is currently the Interim head coach at Fairfield, after former head coach Jay Young stepped down as head coach on October 16, 2023.
|Title||Interim Head Coach|
|Born||October 15, 1963|
|1982–1986||Western Connecticut State|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|1986–1988||Central Connecticut (assistant)|
|1988–1989||Western Connecticut State (assistant)|
|1989–1990||St. Francis (NY) (assistant)|
|1990–1998||Saint Peter's (assistant)|
|2001–2006||Central Connecticut (asst.)|
|2006–2010||St. John's (assistant)|
|2023–present||Fairfield (interim HC)|
|Head coaching record|
Head coaching record edit
|Rutgers–Newark Scarlet Raiders (New Jersey Athletic Conference) (1998–2001)|
|LIU Post Pioneers (East Coast Conference) (2010–2013)|
|2010–11||LIU Post||21–10||16–5||2nd ||NCAA Tournament 1st Round|
|2011–12||LIU Post||23–6||15–1||1st ||NCAA Tournament 1st Round|
|2012–13||LIU Post||18–9||13–5||T–1st |
|LIU Post:||62–25 (.713)||44–11 (.800)|
|Niagara Purple Eagles (Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) (2013–2019)|
|2017–18||Niagara||19–14||12–6||3rd||CIT First Round|
|Niagara:||64–129 (.332)||39–77 (.336)|
|Fairfield Stags (Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) (2023–present)|
|Fairfield:||1–6 (.143)||0–1 (.000)|
Postseason invitational champion
- "Niagara University fires men's basketball coach Chris Casey".
- "Niagara Announces Change in Leadership for Men's Basketball Program".
- "Leadership Transition for Fairfield Men's Basketball".
- "Bridgeport Defeats Men's Basketball in Back and Forth Contest, 67–65".
- "Men's Basketball Wins ECC Regular Season Title; Finishes off No. 18 UDC with 85–75 Win".
- "Men's Basketball Closes Out Regular Season with 75–67 Victory at Molloy".