Casey Burcham was a standout player for the Emory & Henry Baseball Team from 2003 to 2006.
Burcham is second all-time for home runs in Wasps history with 20 and graduated as the all-time leader in runs batted in with 123.
He sits in third place for most walks with 58, and the fourth all-time for most games started with 39. He is third all-time in games played. In terms of a single season, Burcham is in the top 5 for the number of walks in one year with 20.
Burcham was selected to the Old Dominion Athletic Conference, Honorable Mention All-Conference team in both 2005 and 2006.
A 2001 graduate of Carroll County High School, Burcham was a three-sport standout at Carroll, excelling in baseball, football, and basketball.
It was on the diamond where he shined the brightest earning All-Southwest District honors all four seasons he played varsity baseball.
An exceptional pitcher and outfielder, Burcham ranks second in his high school’s history with 125 base hits. After his high school career, he signed a Division I scholarship with Radford University as a pitcher before transferring to Emory & Henry College in 2002.
In 2017, he was inducted into the Carroll County High School Sports Hall of Fame.
Burcham currently works as a Virginia and United States Government teacher at Carroll County High School. He also serves as a coach on the varsity level for baseball, football, and basketball.