| Naval Academy|
| Mesquite Kickers|
| (1975-03-29) March 29, 1975 (age 40)|
Dallas, Texas, United States
Dallas Baptist University
Bryan Adams High School
Michael Curtis (soccer) Wikipedia
Michael Curtis (born in Dallas, Texas) is a retired American soccer defender who played in the World Indoor Soccer League, Major Indoor Soccer League and USISL. He currently coaches with DFW Tornados.
Curtis attended Bryan Adams High School before entering the U.S. Naval Academy. He played two seasons at Annapolis before transferring to Dallas Baptist University for his junior and senior seasons. While at Annopolis, he tied for the Patriot League single game assists record with four in an October 20, 1995 game with West Point. He spent one season with the Mesquite Kickers in the USISL before signing with the Dallas Sidekicks in 1999. Collins and his team mates played two seasons in the World Indoor Soccer League before moving to the second Major Indoor Soccer League in 2002. He left MISL when the Sidekicks folded following the 2003-2004 season. In 2005, he played for the USASA team Dallas Roma when it went to the second round of the U.S. Open Cup
In 2005, the DFW Tornados hired Curtis as an assistant coach.