Casey Stangel

Administrative Assistant

Casey Stangel enters her first season as administrative assistant and second full year with the Vanderbilt baseball program in 2019.

Stangel is in charge of collaborating with the Commodore coaching staff to assist with daily operational efficiency for a 60-person program in the areas of program finances, team events, camps/clinics, team travel, and baseball analytics.

Sher serves as the front line of all customer service needs as well as management of over 1,000 families that attend Vanderbilt Baseball Camps catering to specific needs of all attendees.

Prior to her move to West End, Stangel worked as an intern with the Office of the Commissioner of Major League Baseball Operations in New York City. There, Stangel assisted the On-Field Operations department daily with identification of on-field issues and spearheaded an archiving project for thousands of umpires reported incidents from 1970-2017.

Stangel communicated with 150 different front-office personnel across both leagues and MLB executives for distribution of on-field operations discipline, as well as serving for the manager of MLB Pace of Play with review of 500+ daily pace of game violations and issuing notices and reports to all 30 clubs.

She previously worked with Major League Baseball as part of its Reviving in Inner Cities (RBI) World Series Event/Stadium Operations where Stangel assisted with a non-profit event that served 200-plus underprivileged youth baseball players representing five states and four countries.

Stangel received her bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Washington where she was a three-year letter winner as an outfielder and pitcher with the softball program. She was named First Team PAC-12 and three times was a National Fast Pitch Coaches Association All-Region honoree.

As a senior captain, the Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, native led the Huskies to a third-place finish at the Women’s College World Series in 2017. That season, Stangel led the team in walks (41) and slugged 11 home runs and as many doubles part of 59 total hits in 52 games.