Nenad Curic is in his ninth season as an assistant coach with the Lindenwood men’s soccer program. In his first eight seasons at Lindenwood, the Lions have an overall record of 95-47-16.
Last year, Curic helped the Lions to a winning season that included four victories over nationally-ranked teams. Lindenwood went 8-7-2 on the year and finished tied for third in the MIAA.
Curic played at Lindenwood during his collegiate career and was inducted into the Lindenwood Athletics Hall of Fame in 2015 for his playing days. He was a two-time honorable mention All-American and a three-time all-HAAC selection. He was a member of the first Lions men’s soccer team to advance to the NAIA National Tournament in 2000 and also helped the team earn national bids in 2001 and 2003. During those four seasons, Lindenwood won two conference championships and two regional championships, went 78-13-5, and built the foundation that led to the 2004 National Championship. Curic used his final year of eligibility in 2010 and helped Lindenwood go 13-6-1 in its final season in the NAIA.
During his junior playing days he played for FC Partizan. Curic holds his FIFA coaching license and has coached youth teams in both the United State and abroad.
Curic is a native of Serbia.