In the spring of 2001, Morman signed with the Nashville Metros for the 2001 A-League season but would not play outdoors again until 2003.When the Heat folded following the 2002-2003 season, the Milwaukee Wave acquired his rights in an August 7, 2003, trade.The Wave game up Victor Nogueira to acquire Morman.

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Chris Morman (born December 19, 1977 in Troy, Michigan) is a retired American soccer defender.

He played three seasons in the USL First Division, two in the USL Second Division, one in the National Professional Soccer League and four in the Major Indoor Soccer League. In January 2014, he was named interim head coach for the Cincinnati Saints of the Professional Arena Soccer League.

He also earned three caps, scoring one goal, with the U. Morman grew up in Tennessee, attending Brentwood High School where he was an All State soccer player.

In 1995, Morman and his team mates won the state championship.

When playing outdoors, the team was known as the Milwaukee Wave United.

In 2006, he moved to the Harrisburg City Islanders of the USL Second Division. Following his retirement, he became a retirement plan administrator.

In 2007, he won the USL-2 championship with the Islanders. Morman also earned three caps, scoring one goal, with the U. On January 8, 2014, he became interim head coach for the Professional Arena Soccer League's Cincinnati Saints, replacing Matt Brienes who had led the team to a 3–6 record in its inaugural season.

He then attended the University of South Carolina where he played on the men's soccer team from 1996 to 1999.

In 2000, he played for the Raleigh Express in the USL A-League.

The team folded at the end of the season and that fall he moved to the Harrisburg Heat of the indoor National Professional Soccer League.

He would play a total of three seasons with the Heat as the NPSL was renamed the Major Indoor Soccer League for the 2001-20-2003 seasons.