Coach Cabral joined the BSU football coaching staff in the summer of 2016. A former standout running back at Bridgewater State, Clint earned a degree in sociology in 1997 with a minor in recreation.
In four seasons with the Bears from 1989 to 1992, Cabral rushed for 2,284 yards and 20 touchdowns as he set the program's all-time rushing record (since broken). He currently ranks seventh all-time at BSU in rushing and 16th in scoring (144 pts.). In 1992, Clint earned Lee Harrington MVP honors for the Cranberry Bowl and was also selected to the New England Football Conference All-Conference Team.
Prior to coaching at Bridgewater State, Clint served as the defensive backs coach and freshman team head coach at B.M.C. Durfee from 2009 to 2014.
Clint is currently a Recreation Officie for the Massachusetts Department of Corrections. He is also a high school official for the sports of football, basketball and lacrosse.