September 14th, 2018 | by CollegeAD

A provision in Pat Casey’s updated contract with Oregon State opens the door for his return as Beavers baseball coach. The new contract, dated Sept. 6, outlines Casey’s position, duties, responsibilities and compensation as senior associate athletic director and special assistant to the vice president and director of athletics, Scott Barnes. Casey announced his retirement on Sept. 6 after 24 years as Beavers baseball coach. In order to resume duties as baseball coach, Casey must request the reassignment by June 1, 2019, or earlier, if the school begins to negotiate with a prospective head coaching candidate. In that case, Barnes must give Casey written notice, and Casey has 10 days to respond. The reassignment clause was offered by Barnes, according to a university source. Casey’s revised contract runs through June 30, 2022, when his baseball contract was set to expire. He will be paid $300,000 for the remainder of 2018, followed with annual salaries of $156,000 in 2019, $570,000 in 2020, $600,000 in 2021 and $630,000 in 2022. In addition, the school will continue to add $13,889 per month to a contract fulfillment account that began in June 2016. Should Casey have continuous employment at OSU through June 2022,  Among Casey’s primary duties in his new role are assisting in athletic department fundraising efforts, serving as an ambassador for OSU athletics and mentoring coaches in all sports. -Nick Daschel, Oregon Live, Read More

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