plays the game the right way. He treated the game
the right way. Whether it was going great for us
or bad, he was always fighting for you.” -
C.J. Brown, Assistant Coach, Chicago Fire.
This statement appeared in
the Chicago Tribune on October 23, 2014 as 2016
NC Soccer Hall of Fame inductee Logan Pause prepared
for his final game with his club. Notably, it would
be his 286th game in a 12-year career with the Fire,
a mark of single-team longevity matched by only
three players in MLS history. It was a conclusion
to a competitive career that began on the soccer
fields of North Carolina.
Pause's HOF Induction Bio