Mission College Athletics Mission College Athletics


Women's Basketball Events
Rodrigo Baptista

Corey Cafferata
Head Coach, Women's Basketball Program

email: rodrigo.baptista@wvm.edu
tel: 650-704-4456

Coach Cafferata begins his 3rd season as the head coach at Mission. Corey in the two seasons has guided Mission to the most wins it had in five seasons and to it's first conference win in five seasons. Mission has been the most improve program in the state the past two seasons. Last season Corey guided Mission to 17 wins and the programs first ever playoff win.

Before Mission- Corey spent six seasons at Westmoor-Daly City winning (4) league championships and a Peninsula Athletic League record of 49 straight league wins.

As A Basketball player, Corey is the only basketball player to be inducted to the city of Pacifica's Hall of Fame, Corey is Oceana High School's all time leading scorer in (3) varsity seasons with 1,303 points. Corey played Community College Basketball at Sacramento City College and Delgado Community College in New Orleans and finished his career at N.C.O.C and was named Big Pac Player of the year and was drafted by the Montreal Jets of the C.B.L. Corey also played professionally with Race Express, Athletes in Action and the Tijuana Matadors of the M.B.L. Corey has a Master of Arts Degree in Sports Psychology. Did you know Corey is a Insulin Dependant Diabetic that injects himself five times daily with Insulin? Corey has a daughter named Dezzirae.

Bernard Norris - Assistant Coach: Bernard returns for his second season at Mission College. Bernard a retired parole agent has coached boy's at Mission High School in San Francisco and teams at the Boys and Girls Club of South City. Bernard has two adult children and a Master of Arts Degree in Counseling.

Don Queyrel - Assistant Coach: Don joins Mission College as a special assistant coach. Don coached at Chabot College for fourteen season, winning multiple league championships and a state Final 8 appearance in 2009. Don has two adult children, Don played basketball for Skyline High School in Oakland.