David Case is in his third year as the Head Equipment Manager at the University of Miami. In June 2014, he was voted AEMA District 3 Equipment Manager of the Year.
Prior to his appointment in Coral Gables, Case was the Director of Equipment Operations at Florida Atlantic University from March 2011-December 2012. At FAU, Case oversaw and maintained equipment, apparel and field preparations for all 19 Division I varsity sports.
Prior to Florida Atlantic, he was the Assistant Equipment Manager for nearly four years (June 2007-March 2011) at Baylor University. While at Baylor, he supervised the student managers, prepared all fields for practice and games, assisted in all football camps and coordinated visiting locker room operations for all opponents.
Case has also spent in time as an assistant equipment manager for the Carolina Cobras (2000-02), visiting clubhouse manager for the Carolina Mudcats (2003-04) of the Class A Carolina League and the Mississippi Braves (2005-06) of the Double-A Southern League and was an equipment manager intern at UCF (August 2006-June 2007).
His start in college athletics came as a student equipment manager at NC State, where he spent four seasons working with Wolfpack football. He was the head student equipment manager during the 2002-03 season. He graduated from NC State in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in mass communication.
He and his wife, Erin, have one daughter, Hayley.