- Position: Midfielder
- Date of Birth: 08/22/1981
- College Experience: North Carolina
- Pro Team: Chicago Fire
- Height: 5' 10"
- Caps: 6
An established veteran who has spent his entire professional career with the Chicago Fire, Logan Pause is a tough defensive midfielder who is known for staying back and focusing on his assignments. Logan has been a Fire regular since joining the club through the 2003 SuperDraft. He’s considered the heir to Chicago and USMNT defensive midfielder Chris Armas.
2010: Started against South Africa on Nov 17th.
2009: Made his debut as part of the Gold Cup squad that finished runners-up. His first game was on Independence Day against Grenada.
2014: Played in 12 games in his final season.
2013: Made 15 appearances as the longest serving member of the Chicago Fire.
2012: Played in 32 games.
2011: Played in 29 games for the Fire.
2010: Scored one goal and had three assists in a season where the Fire missed the playoffs. Named the team’s MVP.
2009: 23 regular season appearances.
2008: Played in 27 games for Chicago.
2007: Scored in the season opener and went onto play in 23 games starting 21.
2006: Had 19 starts for Chicago and was part of the Open Cup winning squad.
2005: 27 games played, 24 starting in a season where the Fire exited the playoffs in the Eastern Conference championship.
2004: 21 appearances, starting 19 for Chicago and won the US Open Cup.
2003: Joined the Chicago Fire as the 24th pick of the SuperDraft and played in 23 games.
College and Youth: Played for the University of North Carolina from 2000-02. A product of Jordan High School in Durham, NC, Logan also played for Raleigh CASL Elite in the Premier Development League.