2014: Recorded one assist vs. Rutgers (Sept. 12)
2013: Appeared in 20 games, starting in 19 ... recorded second-most minutes on the field with 1616.
2012: Appeared in 17 games, making 11 starts ... scored a goal in 3-0 win over Green Bay (Oct. 17) ... recorded five shots (two on goal) ... finished with two points.
2011: Appeared in all 20 games, starting 18 times ... first career goal was a game-winner in 2-1 win over LMU (Sept. 25) ... posted a shooting percentage of .083 ... recorded one game-winning goal ... finished with three points ... recorded 12 shots with six on goal
High School: Rated #1 in the Midwest region and #11 in the nation by TopDrawerSoccer.com ... rated #20 nationally by CollegeSoccerNews.com ... attended Tremper High School in Kenosha, Wis., and played soccer for head coach Chris Tindall in the Southeast Conference ... NSCAA All-American Youth as a senior ... Gatorade Player of the Year nominee as a senior ... 2009 Wisconsin Gatorade Player of the year as a junior ... Parade Magazine All-American as a junior ... first-team all-state as a junior and all-state honorable mention as a senior ... three-time Milwaukee Journal Sentinel all-area honoree ... three-time All-Southeast Conference honoree ... 2009 Southeast Conference Player of the Year ... three-time all-country first team ... named Tremper's Offensive MVP as a sophomore ... Lake Forest Academy (Ill.) team was undefeated as a freshman ... played club soccer for Chicago Magic (2007-09) and Chicago Fire (2009-11) ... while playing with the Chicago Magic in 2007-08, finished fifth in Academy Finals and team was the Mid-American Conference Best XI ... while playing with the Chicago Magic in 2008-09, team took third at Academy Finals ... Chicago Fire team was Academy National Champions in 2009-10 ... became the only player in the U.S. to go to three-straight national finals tournaments in U.S. Development Academy ... U.S. National Team member of U-14 national team (2006 and 2007), U-15 national team (2007 and 2008) and U-18 national team (2009 and 2010) ... made U.S. U-17 national team appearances in 2007 and 2008
Personal: Born in Chicago ... parents are Rafael Caban and Annette Caban ... has an older sister, Michelle ... intends to major in Economics or Finance ... AP scholar in high school ... has volunteered training young soccer players
Trask on Caban: "David is someone I've been watching develop since he was around 11 years old, and his ability to play soccer and his dedication to the game has never been questioned. David's greatest strengths are his passing ability and understanding of the game. David's background with the United States Youth National Teams and the Chicago Fire organization brings us a player who has seen a lot of high level soccer for someone still in high school. The Fire coaching staff has done an outstanding job preparing David for the next stage of his career."
Why Wisconsin? "The environment is very attractive. I'm interested in UW's business program in the fields of finance and economics. I also want to help the men's soccer program get back to the heights of their 1995 season."