Mick Caba - Head Coach
Phone: (607) 587-4258
In his twelve years at Alfred State, Mick Caba has brought national attention to the Pioneer football program. During his tenure Caba's Pioneers have finished .500 or above six times.
Caba has a 55-65 record at the helm of the program. He has led the Pioneers to their first Region III Championship in 2011, the first winning season in the history of the program in 2000, helped Alfred State to a 7-4 record in 2003, and coached seven NJCAA All-Americans. In 2005, Caba was named the NFC Coach of the Year.
Prior to arriving at Alfred State, Caba coached at Inver Hills Community College (Minneapolis, MN), the University of Minnesota Morris (Morris, MN), Panhandle State University (Goodwell, OK) and Iowa Wesleyan College (Mt. Pleasant, IA). Overall, Caba has a 69-85 mark in his 16 years coaching at the NJCAA level.
Caba stresses success on and off the field. On the field he has coached twelve All-Americans and numerous Pioneers have moved on to higher levels of NCAA footbal while off the field he has seen hunderds of his former student-athletes receive four-year degrees.
Caba has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Physical Education and Latin from Georgetown College (KY), where he played both football and baseball, and a Masters Degree from Western Michigan University.
Caba and wife, Linda, have two children, Michael who is married to Jen Freeman and Jaime who is married to Octavio Diaz. The Caba’s have five grandchildren, Madison, Alex, Morgan, Jaimen, and Molli.