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Vince Alcalde
Offensive Coordinator

Vince Alcalde joins the Outlaws after five years with Jim Criner and the NFL Europe Scottish Claymores, where he was Offensive Coordinator the last two seasons. The 1999 Claymores boasted one of the leagues most prolific attacks, while becoming the highest-scoring offense in Claymores history. The 2000 Claymores advanced to the NFL Europe Championship Game, losing 13-10 on a last-second field goal. Alcalde spent his first three years with the Claymores as receivers coach, helping develop the talents of wide receivers like Sean LaChapelle (1996 World League MVP), Yo Murphy (1996 World Bowl MVP) and Scott Couper (1997 World League National Offensive Player of the Year).

A former quarterback and teammate of Outlaws defensive coordinator Mark Criner, at Boise State University, Alcalde received his Bachelor of Science in Education in 1989, and an MED in Education from Utah State University in 1993.

Alcaldes coaching career began as an assistant at Boise State from 1989-91, before moving to Utah State University from 1992-93 and coaching at both schools under the tutelage of former Seattle Seahawks quarterback Jim Zorn. In 1995, Alcalde was appointed offensive coordinator under head coach Walt Criner, brother of Jim, at Arizona Western College. His Western Arizona offenses were known for their explosive style of play, and finished first and third in the conference in 1994 and 1995.

Born August 24, 1965, Alcalde resides in Las Vegas and enjoys golf, fishing and hunting in his spare time.


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