Zoran Karic

About this speaker

Zoran Karić is a retired Yugoslavian soccer forward who began his career with FK Partizan before spending seventeen seasons playing indoor soccer in the United States. He was the 1988 MISL Rookie of the Year, 1992 MISL leading scorer, 1994 NPSL MVP, and a nine-time, first-team All-Star.

Teams: San Diego Sockers (1987-90), Cleveland Crunch (1990-2000), Kansas City Attack (2000-01), Harrisburg Heat (2001-02), Cleveland Force (2002-04), Syracuse Silver Knights (2011-12) Championships: 5 (1987-88, 1988-89, 1993-94, 1995-96, 1998-99)

2019 - Inducted into the Indoor Soccer Hall of Fame

Talks

Conversations with Legends of Indoor Soccer - First Day

May 05, 2020, 07:00 PM
Diane Scavuzzo Roy Turner Doc Lawson Steve Pecher Alan Hinton Ed Tepper Joe Machnik Paul Garofolo Kenneth Cooper Douglas Wark Jim Kavanaugh Daryl Doran Alan Merrick Dave MacKenzie Ted Eck Keith Van Eron Jim Pollihan David D'Errico Len Komoroski Antonio Carlos Pecorari Paul Wright Edwin Hale Chris Toth Al Miller John Kowalski Andy Schmetzer Don Ebert Hector Marinaro Terry Leiweke Zuani Villarreal Otto Orf Juli Veee Chris Wright Len Bilous Tim Leiweke Miguel Luna Keith Tozer Joshua Schaub Doug Verb Michael Collins Brian Quinn Zoltan Toth Preki Zoran Karic Guy Newman Bethany Rubin Henderson Branko Segota Kim Roentved Paul Child Phil Salvagio JP Dellacamera David Moxom