Casey Jones-webCasey Jones is in his eighth season as the Men’s Head Basketball Coach in Torrington. He came to EWC after three years as the head coach at Western Wyoming Community College in Rock Springs. During his stint at WWCC, Coach Jones led the team to a WCCAC Championship and a Central Sub-Region Championship. His team was also honored with the highest GPA in the nation on two different occasions (3.39, 3.4).

He returned to EWC as head coach in July of 2007. During his first season at the helm 2007-08, the Lancers claimed the Region IX Championship in front of a packed house on the EWC Campus!  That season the Lancers also claimed the Central Sub-Region Championship and a Wyoming Conference Championship. Coach Jones was named the Region IX coach of the year and the coach of the year in the Wyoming Conference. Coach Jones was also an assistant at EWC during the 2003-04 season when the Lancers won the Region Championship and placed 8th at the National tournament.  (overall EWC has claimed 5 Region IX championships, since 1991).

A native of Saratoga, Wyoming, Coach Jones played for the Lancers from 1996-98 under former coach Bob Davis, earning 2 WCCAC championships and an overall record of 46-14.  He then finished his playing career at The Evergreen State College in Olympia Washington where he played under former Lancer John Barbee. He earned a bachelor’s degree in 2000 from TESC.  He then started his Masters degree in Sports at Boise State University before being called to come assist at EWC in 2003 by former EWC coach Andy Ward (currently assistant at Idaho State University).

Coach Jones is pursuing a graduate degree at the University of Wyoming in Kinesiology. He lives in Torrington with his three children, a daughter Kennedy (11), son Max (5) and daughter Harper (3).  His parents Mark and Nancy hail from Casper, WY and live in Saratoga, WY. He has two brothers Travis and Adam and a sister, Erin.

Coach Jones’ goals at EWC are to run a basketball program with a high level of integrity with outstanding student-athletes. He would like to coach players who are great teammates who play extremely hard. “This is a great basketball community with a lot of tradition; we appreciate all of the support and friendships in the town of Torrington and outside of Torrington. My goal each year will be to continue to produce a team that everyone can be proud of on and off the court.”


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