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Casi Bays begins her third year as head coach for the 2014-15 season after two seasons as the assistant coach of the team. She has a 42-20 record as the head coach at OBU.
The Lady Bison finished 14-14 in her first season, including a 7-9 record in Sooner Athletic Conference play. OBU finished in three-way tie for fourth place in the SAC.
In her second season at the helm, Bays was named Sooner Athletic Conference Coach of the Year after leading the Lady Bison to a 28-6 record, finishing second in the SAC regular season with a 17-3 conference record. The Lady Bison won the conference tournament for the first time in program history and returned to the NAIA National Tournament after a three year absence.
Prior to coming to OBU, she was a two-time Coach of the Year at Newcastle High School. Bays coached the OGBCA All-State and the Jim Thorpe All-Star Games in 2010 and the Little All-City All-Star Game in 2009.
Bays has a 99-28 record coaching high school girls, including a season at Bridge Creek High School and four at Newcastle.
As a player at OBU, she was Sooner Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year and a four-time All-Conference selection. She earned second-team NAIA All-America honors as a senior and NAIA All-America honorable mention her junior year. Bays broke the OBU record for three-pointers in a game (10) in her sophomore season and the SAC career three-point record with 378. She ended her career fifth on the OBU all-time scoring list with 1,879 points.
Coach Bays has been married to Bryan Bays for 11 years and they have one daughter, Peyton.
Myers is in her fourth year with the program, her third as the assistant coach after a season as the graduate assistant.
She played college basketball at Nova Southeastern, where she team captain and was a two-year starter with a career-best 20-point game against Valdosta State and led the team in three-point shooting for the season at 34.4 percent. She made the Sunshine State Conference Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Prior to NSU, Myers played in one game at Florida Gulf Coast. She spent two seasons at Kansas City Kansas Community College where she was twice honorable mention All-Conference and team MVP in 2006. She also played in two state finals at Depew High School, where she was All-Region and All-Conference.
Myers holds an associate in arts degree from Kansas City Community College, a bachelor's degree in elementary education from NSU and a master's degree in athletic administration from East Central.
She is married to Thomas Myers.