1974 Hermann Trophy Winner

College: SUNY Oneonta

Position: Midfielder

Hometown: Masjid-I-Sulaiman, Iran

Over his three years with Oneonta State, Quraishi developed into one of the era's best college players. He was a member of the 1972 Oneonta team which lost to SIU-E in the NCAA Division II championship game. That year he was selected to the 1972 State University of New York Conference All Conference team, an honor he repeated in 1973 and 1974. Although the team did not advance as far his junior and senior year, he was showered with accolades, being named a first team All American in 1973 and 1974. He capped this when he was named the 1974 Hermann Trophy winner as the best collegiate player in the nation. Oneonta State inducted Quraishi into its Athletic Hall of Fame in 1999.

Drafted by the Rowdies with the first overall pick in the NASL college draft for 1975 as a midfielder/defender, he played a key role in the club's success both on and off the field.  That season, despite being a rookie, Quraishi was named to the NASL All Star First Team. Following an injury shortened professional career, he became a director of public relations with a McDonalds franchise.  In 1992, he became Orlando, Florida's venue director for the 1994 World Cup.  Later he became the General Manager of the Tampa Bay Mutiny. He is the co-owner of three minor league soccer teams, the Boston Bulldogs, Cape Cod Crusaders and the Boston Renegades.