Casey Shine joined the Chapman staff in 2012 having spent the previous nine seasons at Santa Ana College where he served as wide receivers coach for several seasons before being promoted to offensive coordinator. After joining the Panthers as the Recruiting Coordiator, Shine now serves as the Offensive Coordinator. Prior to coaching at SAC he coached for three seasons at his alma mater El Modena High in Orange.
Since Shine's arrival, the Panthers have been one of the most dominant programs in the SCIAC. Chapman has won two titles in the last seven years and consistently put together one of the strongest offenses in the conference. The Panthers have ranked in the top-25 in the nation in passing offense in 2013 and 2019 and in the top-25 in rushing offense in 2013-14.
During his college days, Shine played tight end at the University of Nevada-Reno where he helped the Wolfpack win back-to-back Big West championships in 1995 and '96, including a win in the Las Vegas Bowl in '96. Before transferring to UNR, he played at Santa Ana College for two years. He was a tri-sport athlete at El Modena High in football, basketball and volleyball.
He and his wife Ingred live in Placentia with their three children Tommy, Sofia and Trevor.