|MICHAEL WOOD | GENERAL MANAGER|
Michael will enter the 2018-19 season as his first full season with the Corpus Christi IceRays. Michael brings a rich baseball background to the IceRays, having served as the General Manager for the Corpus Christi Hooks for 10 years.
Michael got his start with the MLB’s Texas Rangers in the ticketing office before eventually being hired as the Director of Ticketing in 1999. He worked for the Rangers for 11 years before moving to Corpus Christi. He currently resides in Corpus Christi with his wife, Liza, and their children Kenedy (11) and Keane (8).
The Lubbock, TX native graduated from Austin College in 1991. While not at the IceRays office, Michael enjoys trying to keep up with his kids.
|CASSIDY LANGE | ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER|
Cassidy Lange enters his 11th season with the IceRays and first as Assistant General Manager. He has worn many hats since joining the team as a Game Operations Intern during the 2007-08 season. Once joining as a full-time staff member, the 27-year-old has served as Director of Community Relations until becoming an Account Executive for seven seasons.
He has overcome many challenges in his lifetime while living with a disability called Cerebral Palsy and also participated in the Special Olympics. Cassidy competed in swimming, track & field, and bowling, medaling in all three events.
Cassidy graduated from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi this past May with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications. He currently resides in Corpus Christi, Texas.
|AMANDA MARINES | FRONT OFFICE MANAGER|
Amanda joined the IceRays front office back in 2008 while in the Central Hockey League. Prior to joining the IceRays, she worked with the American Bank Center the previous four years.
With the IceRays, Amanda brings a wide range of experience in ticketing, accounting, and administration in the office. In her time while working with the IceRays she was awarded Central Hockey League Employee of the Month in 2009.
Amanda currently lives in Corpus Christi, Texas.
|ALEX VON KEUDELL | DIRECTOR OF BROADCASTING & MEDIA RELATIONS|
Alex von Keudell begins his first season as the "Voice of the IceRays" and Director of Broadcasting & Media Relations. He entered the broadcasting field while in college, where he founded the broadcasting department for Bradley University's Division II MACHA Hockey Club. He would become the first ever "Voice of Bradley Hockey."
While in college, Alex also broadcasted hockey for the Peoria Mustangs (NA3HL) and Robert Morris University-Peoria. At 22, he was named the "Voice of the Wildcats" and served as the Director of Broadcasting & Media Relations for the South Division's Wichita Falls Wildcats. He called the 2016 Robertson Cup Championship game and worked for the Wildcats for two seasons until the team folded in May of 2017.
Alex also handles the media relations efforts of the IceRays, including press releases, digital content, social media, and website management. He is from Chicago, IL and currently resides in Corpus Christi, TX.
|CAITLYN ANDERSON | DIRECTOR OF SPONSORSHIPS & COMMUNITY RELATIONS|
Caitlyn Anderson enters her first season with the IceRays as the Director of Sponsorships and Community Relations. She graduated from Texas A&M Corpus Christi in December of 2017, having majored in Sports Management with a minor in Marketing.
Caitlyn raises awareness of the IceRays throughout the greater Corpus Christi area. She is responsible for creating and sustaining relationships with local businesses, as well as building the IceRays brand through community appearances and through corporate partnerships.
When not at work, Caitlyn enjoys running, hunting, fishing and volunteering at local non-profit organizations. She is a native of Klein, TX and resides in Corpus Christi.
|SCOTT McCLARREN | DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL EVENTS|
Scott McClarren begins his fourth season with the IceRays and continues to be a leader in sales. He brings 31 years of experience in sales and management at Hygeia Dairy to the front office following his retirement from the company earlier this year.
Scott graduated from Milligan College in Tennessee in 1974 with a business degree and played varsity basketball for the Buffaloes for four seasons, service as team captain for two years.
The Alliance, Ohio, native moved to Corpus Christi in 1983 with his wife, Melodie, and three daughters: Kelly, Leslie and Lauren. When not in the office, Scott can be seen playing golf or enjoying yard work.
|CHRISTINE LANARI | DIRECTOR OF GAME OPERATIONS|
Christine is in her third non-consecutive season with the IceRays as the Director of Community Relations and second season as Director of Game Operations.
Christine previously worked for the IceRays during the 2014-15 season in the same capacity, helping to solidify the team's presence in the Corpus Christi area. During that season, the IceRays set a record for man-hours performed by players, staff and mascot appearances (1,015 hours) including 178.5 team hours in the community in a 12-month span. Under her guidance, defenseman Travis Howe became the first player in junior franchise history to earn the NAHL Community Man of the Year Award in recognition of his devotion to giving back to the Corpus Christi community.
She graduated from Brock University with a Bachelor of Business Administration. Christine is from Ancaster, Ont. and currently resides in Corpus Christi.
|PAT DUNN | TEAM ADVISOR|
Pat is entering his 15th season with the IceRays (WPHL, CHL, NAHL). Throughout the years in Corpus Christi, Dunn has held several positions with the team including player, head coach, assistant coach, and general manager. Pat was also was the head coach and general manager for the New Mexico Scorpions.
In the 2016-17 season, Dunn was named NAHL Executive of the Year for helping lead the IceRays organization to a fourth-straight league attendance title with over 3,000 fans per game as well as now over two million fans in IceRays franchise history.
For two years, Pat was the vice president of the Norfolk Admirals in the American Hockey League (NHL Affiliate: Chicago Blackhawks).In his playing career, Pat was signed by the Toronto Maple Leafs as a free agent.
He played three years minor/pro hockey in the United States, and thirteen years in Europe. Pat was a member of the 1992 French Olympic Hockey Team, and also played in six World Championships.
Pat is heavily involved with the “Pink in the Rink” to benefit the American Cancer Society local chapter.
He is the son of a former Vancouver Canucks trainer. Pat, his daughter (Sarah-Ashley), and wife (Isabelle) reside in Corpus Christi, Texas.