Jon Cain brought 16 years of high-level experience to the Concordia University Wisconsin Men's Basketball program when he joined the staff in 2007. Cain was a NCAA Division 1 assistant coach at Marquette University, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Baylor University; which includes seven NCAA Division I Tournament appearances, three WNIT appearances and over 250 wins.
Since joining the staff, the Falcons have become one of the best offenses in the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference ranking in the top-3 for scoring, field goal percentage and 3-point field goals made.
Concordia Wisconsin's 2017-18 squad led the NACC in field goal percentage (47.4), 3-point percentage (78.7), defensive rebounds per game (29.6) and opponents' 3-point field goal percentage (30.5). Three times during the season they won four games in a row and advanced to the Concordia Invitational Tournament title game.
The 2016-17 squad finished third in the NACC with a 14-6 record and advanced to the NACC Tournament Championship game for the second time in program history. They finished in the top-3 statistical in NACC-only games for 12 statistical categories. The Falcons averaged nearly 90 points (89.3) per game at home. Eric Kittel guided the program and finished as the program's all-time leader in points (1,541) and 3-point field goals made (263).
He lives in Cedarburg, Wis., with his wife Kera, and they have a son, Caleb, and daughter, Corianne.