Logan Pause was elected to the MLSPA Executive Board in 2011 where he served for three years.

Logan played the entirety of his 12-year career in MLS with the Chicago Fire from 2003-2014, where he made 246 appearances, scored four goals and was voted team MVP in 2010. Prior to his professional career, Logan played college soccer for the University of North Carolina.

Logan also made six appearances for the United States men’s national team from 2009-2010.

Following his retirement, Logan continued to work for the Fire as vice president. Currently, he is a program manager at Northwestern Medicine.