2018 (Columbus): Logan Ketterer has not yet made an appearance for Crew SC this season. He was the backup goalkeeper for Zack Steffen in the matches against Toronto FC (March 3) and the Montreal Impact (March 10), as well as the backup goalkeeper for Jon Kempin in a home contest against D.C. United (March 24). Ketterer returned to the Gameday 18 and served as the backup goalkeeper for Jon Kempin in home matches against Toronto FC (June 2) and the New York Red Bulls (June 9), as well as for a road match against Los Angeles FC (June 23). The following week, Ketterer served as a backu goalkeeper for Jon Kempin in a home match against Real Salt Lake (June 30). He made a substitute appearance in an international friendly at home against Costa Rican side Deportivo Saprissa (July 3).
2017 (Columbus): Ketterer served as the backup goalkeeper for seven consecutive matches starting from Crew SC’s road contest against the Chicago Fire (April 8) to Crew SC’s road contest against the Montreal Impact (May 13). He served as the backup goalkeeper in Crew SC’s home match against the New York Red Bulls (September 23). Ketterer did not make an appearance in the Audi 2017 MLS Cup Playoffs.
Ketterer played three seasons at Bradley University, making 51 appearances (50 starts) and sporting a 1.37 goals-allowed average. The 23-year-old earned All-Missouri Valley Conference and an MVC Scholar-Athlete Honorable Mentions during his senior season, a season that also saw him be named to the ProRehab Aces Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team (2016). The previous season, Ketterer made it to the NSCAA Scholar All-North/Central Region Second Team (2015). The goalkeeper previously won the ProRehab Aces Soccer Classic Defensive MVP during his first year as a starter for Bradley University (2014).
Name: Logan Ketterer
Born: November 9, 1993 in Madison, WI
Hometown: Racine, WI
Citizenship: United States
Acquired: Re-signed by Crew SC on January 11, 2018; originally selected in the Fourth Round of the 2017 MLS SuperDraft with the fifth pick (71st overall) on January 17, 2017.
Previous Experience: Bradley University (2014-2016)
Ketterer’s parents are Brian and Denise. He has an older sister named Danielle. His favorite food is stuffed shells. Ketterer enjoys playing video games and his favorite ones are from the FIFA series. He played tennis in high school. His favorite TV show is Criminal Minds. Growing up he looked up to his soccer coaches. His favorite player growing up was Czech goalkeeper Petr Cech. If he were not a soccer player, he would want to be an accountant. He would love to visit Germany. Ketterer also supports Premier League team Chelsea FC. His favorite soccer memory is when Chelsea FC won the Champions League in 2012 – which happened right in the middle of his high school prom.