Texas United’s New Assistant Coach: Josh Logan
Texas United is excited to announce that Josh Logan has joined the organization alongside Head Coach Dave Jacobs’ coaching staff.
Born in Manchester, England, Coach Logan is also alongside Head Coach Jacob at Trine University as the Assistant Coach. Both have found great success in 2021, making their First ever NCAA Tournament, and coaching their First ever Academic All-American First team player, Tyler Murphy. Trine also reached the 2020 MIAA finals under Coach Logan’s stewardship.
Before working at Trine, Coach Logan was the Midland Odessa Sockers FC Assistant Coach where he reached the Lonestar Conference Semifinals. He was also the Fort Wayne Sport Club Head Coach where he took his team to an OVPL Regular Season Championship where they went Undefeated with 9 Wins in 10 games and 6 Clean sheets. They were the OVPL Tournament Champions and qualified for the US Open Cup Qualifier.
Before becoming an assistant coach, Logan enrolled at Ancilla College in Indiana where he played for David Jacobs. During his time at Ancilla, Logan started every game and helped his teams post an overall record of 31-5-1 while also serving as a team captain. After winning two conference championships and making the Nationals Final 4, he ended his career as a first-team National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-American honoree and was the “Most Valuable Player” of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Region XII Tournament. Logan then transferred to Saginaw Valley State University in Michigan before the 2017 season where he helped the Cardinals to a 13-4-2 record and finish runners-up in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) Tournament.