|Hometown:||Newport Beach, Calif.|
|High School:||Corona del Mar HS|
2014: Made 11 appearances for the Bears ... NCAA Tournament: Entered as a substitue in second-round win over SIUE ... Registered seven minutes in loss to UCLA on 11/30.
2013: Started 20 games as a defender for the Bears and posted three assists as a redshirt freshman … Made his Cal debut on 8/30 vs. #3 Georgetown and played 88 minutes in the season-opening victory … Tallied his first career assist, when he played a part in setting up Stefano Bonomo’s 51st minute goal vs. #2 Maryland on 9/1 … Played the full 90 minutes and was key in the Bears’ first shutout of the season and picked up a caution on 9/5 @ USF … Logged the full 110 minutes in a 1-1 draw @ Penn State on 9/13 … Started and played 86 minutes in the shutout victory on 9/20 vs. Colgate … Played a full 90 minutes in a victory vs. College of Charleston on 9/22 … Helped anchor the defense in their third shutout of the year in a 1-0 overtime win vs. SCU on 9/27 … Made his Pac-12 debut by playing the full 90 minutes on 10/3 vs. Oregon State … Played full 110 minutes in a draw vs. #3 UW on 10/6 … Started and logged the full 90 minutes on 10/10 @ SDSU … Played all 91 minutes of an overtime victory @ #6 UCLA on 10/13 … Started and played the full 90 minutes on 10/20 vs. Stanford … Started and played 77 minutes in the loss vs. San Diego on 10/25 … Played 90 minutes and tallied his second assist of the season on Ryan Neil’s 15th minute goal vs. SDSU in a 3-2 win on 11/1 … Added his second assist in as many games, when he sent in the cross that was finished by Alec Sundly in the 80th minute vs. #3 UCLA on 11/3 ... Logged the full 90 minutes in the shutout win @ Oregon State on 11/8 … Played the full 91 minutes on 11/10 in the overtime loss to #3 UW and @ Stanford on 11/13 … NCAA Tournament: Logged the full 90 minutes of the 3-1 second round win vs. Bradley … Played the full 90 minutes in the 1-0 win vs. #18 Coastal Carolina on 12/1 … Did not play in the 2-1 loss vs. #4 Maryland on 12/7.
2012: Redshirted his first season on campus.
High School/Club: Case played at Corona del Mar High School and most recently with the USSDA Pateadores club … Playing for Slammers FC in 2010, Case led that club to the U.S. Youth National Cup championship at the under-16 level … He was also the recipient of that tournament's Golden Ball, signifying the player with the greatest competitive impact in the national championship … He paced Corona del Mar to the California state championship and CIF Southern Section Division 2 championship in 2010, when the Sea Kings finished with a 27-1-1 record, an ESPN FAB 50 ranking of No. 2 nationally.
Personal: Parents are Robert and Susan Case.