Current Club: St Louis Scott Gallagher Academy
College: Stanford (2017 entry)
High School: Lafayette (2017)
Club: SLSG Missouri Academy
YouTube: video interview below
Height: 5′ 5″
Birth Date: July 8, 1998
Birthplace: Napa, CA
St. Louis Scott Gallagher Soccer Club (2006-17)
Won state championships in 2009 and 2016
Two-time team captain
Has been involved in the U.S. Soccer system since 2011
Participated in a U-14 camp in 2011 and also traveled to Scotland and England
Participated in five U-14 camps in 2012 and six U-15 camps in 2013
Member of the U.S. Soccer U-17 Residency Program (2013-16)
Captain of the U-17 National Team for a match against Panama (2013)
Scored his first international goal against Norway in Denmark (2014)
Participated in two U-19 camps in 2016
2017 February 10 – Signs with Stanford, Considered One of Best Recruiting Classes
2015 July – following the completion of the U17 World Cup, Logan returned to St. Louis following two years in the Residency Program in Bradenton, FL.
2013 September – Logan joined the US Residency Program in Bradenton FL, the program that Landon Donovan and DeMarcus Beasley were part of in their early development. He is part of a 28 member group that has been brought together to prepare for the U17 World Cup in 2015. He turned 15 this Summer.
The 2015 U-17 World Cup will be held from Oct. 17-Nov. 8 in Chile.
2016 October 3 – Panchot named to 24 player roster for U19 MNT Chula Vista Camp
2015 December 2-6 participates in Nike Friendlies with SLSG MO Academy
— SLSG USSDA MO (@SLSGusdaMO) December 6, 2015
— SLSG USSDA MO (@SLSGusdaMO) December 3, 2015
2015 December 2 – Named an NSCAA All-American
Logan is named an All-American along with SLSG MO teammate AJ Palazzolo, the only two Missouri representatives. It appears to be a new Academy-only list with a separate High School list coming out.
2015 September 21 – Panchot one of 24 named to Final U17 Camp pre-World Cup 2015 Chile
The team is now less than a month away from the World Cup in Chile, where it has been drawn into Group A with Nigeria, Croatia and Chile. The USA kicks off the tournament’s opening match on Oct. 17 against Nigeria at 4 p.m. ET.
2015 August 27 – U17 MNT Head Coach Richie Williams Squad update
“We spoke to the group and said that there’s no spot guaranteed,” Williams told SBI. “We’re still two months away and just because you were on the qualifying roster a few months ago, it doesn’t guarantee you a spot in the World Cup. You need to be training well, playing well in games.
He anticipates that his full group will not be together until October 1, missing out on a pair of September friendlies against France and Mexico.
— Danny Jacob Barbir (@DannyBarbir) July 8, 2015
2015 August 14 – Williams Takes 20 to Czech Republic for 4 games
Logan is not part of this trip
2015 May 02 – Richie Williams Names 20-Player Roster For U-17 MNT Camp
After missing the CONCACAF U17 Championships, where the USA qualified for the U17 World Cup in Chile later this year, Panchot is part of the 20 man squad in the first camp of 2015!
2014 November 30 – U17 USMNT Face Australia in 2nd game of Nike International Friendlies
Logan started and played the full 90 in the 2-1 win over Australia, his only appearance in the three game Tourney
— U.S. Soccer YNT (@ussoccer_ynt) November 30, 2014
Panchot is #13, 2nd from Right in front row.
2014 November 28 – Richie Williams Names Roster for Nike International Friendlies
2014 November 20 – US Falls on late goal to Brazil in Chile
2014 November 17 – Richie Williams Names Roster for Trip to Chile
2014 October – US Plays In Panama Tournament (Panchot not included on roster)
2014 September 2 – U17 Fall Residency Program Roster named
2014 August 2 – US Finishes Sixth at Open Nordic Cup
Logan Panchot scores the first US goal in the 56th minute after coming on as a midfield substitute in the 52nd minute
2014 July 31 – US Blanks Faroe Islands
Panchot plays 90 at outside back alongside AJ Palazzolo who started before coming out after 41 minutes
2014 July 22 – Roster named for Copa Mexico de Naciones and Open Nordic Cup
AJ Palazzolo and Logan Panchot participate in Open Nordic Cup
2014 July 4 – 38 Players called in for U17 MNT Camp
Both Panchot as well as AJ Palazzolo participate, with Panchot listed as a midfielder and Palazzolo at back.
2014 April 1 – not named to Josip Katalinski International Tournament squad
2014 January 23 – US Draws 1-1 against Scotland in Final Group match at 2014 Aegean Cup
Logan came on in the 41st minute at outside back. The US, who were already through to the Final, scored in the 46th and then gave up a 78th minute tying-goal.
2014 January 21 – US Wins 5-2 over Norway in Aegean Cup group match
Logan starts and plays the first half at outside mid as the teams each scored a pair of goals.
Logan did not dress for the game against France January 20th
2014 January 15 – Williams calls 20 players for Trip to Turkey and Aegean Cup
Logan is part of a group of seven midfielders called in although he would end up playing outside back in the game against Scotland after starting at outside midfield against Norway
2014 January 7 – Williams names 28 players to 2014 Spring Residency Roster
Logan is one of ten midfielders who are part of his second semester at Residency Camp. He’s joined by AJ Palazzolo (CBC) who is one of eight defenders
2013 Dec 11 – One-on-One with U-17 MNT Midfielder Logan Panchot from USsoccer.com
2013 Dec 7 – Logan named to 20 man squad for the Nike International Friendlies in Bradenton. USA faces Portugal, England and Brazil squads.
2013 October 3 – US Win over Rayo Vallecano Academy
Logan comes on as a 68th minute substitute at forward in the 4-2 win. It was the only game he played in on the three game tour of Spain that included a 1-1 draw against Real Madrid’s U15 Academy team.
2013 Sep 24 – Logan is named as part of the 20-member squad headed for the AGS Cup in Spain. The U.S. will face academy teams from La Liga clubs Real Madrid and Rayo Vallecano, respectively, as well as a team yet to be announced.
My story and interview with Logan on Participating in the US Residency Program
Logan Panchot on US Soccer Residency Camp
2013 Aug 16 – US Falls to Uruguay in Quarterfinal
2013 Aug 12 – U15 BNT Advances to Quarterfinals with 3-1 win over Uruguay
Logan has a goal line clearance to protect the 0-0 scoreline (1:16 mark) and then assists on the first goal (1:23 mark) when he drifts into the six yard box as a set piece gets pushed out before being sent back in, where he holds off a defender and nods the cross into the path of Joe Gallardo who scores the first of his two goals.
2013 Aug 11 – U15 BNT routs Panama at Copa Mexico de Naciones
2013 Aug 10 – U15 BNT falls to Brazil in Copa Mexico ne Naciones Opener
2013 Aug 5 – U15 BNT Heads to Mexico for Copa Mexico de Naciones
Logan and older brother Austin early Summer update on Soundcloud
2013 May 17 – An Update with Logan and Austin Panchot
An update on their recent US Soccer Development Academy efforts and Logan’s Italy trip
2013 April 26 – Logan Panchot Departs for Italy with US 1998 BNT
The U15 boys participated against U16 teams from Italy, Slovenia and Chile.
2012 October 26 – Panchot Training with BNT
2012 May 13 – Panchot Training with U14 BNT
2012 February 21 – Panchot and Palazzolo Face FC Barcelona on Club ID2 Trip
2012 February 17 – Panchot and Palazzolo Travel to Spain on National ID2 Trip
US Boys National Team
2014 Jan 15 – Logan one of twenty traveling to Turkey for the Aegean Cup, which runs from Jan. 20-25 in Manisa, Turkey
2013 Jan 21 via Top Drawer U15 BNT ends camp with uneven results
Per TD, the highlights of this camp were the small roster (29 players compared to 36 from previous camps) and the new faces getting a first look with the program. Logan was in the starting 11 for the U.S. U15 Boys National Team vs LA Galaxy U16 in what TD called the “A team” for this particular camp.
2011 Nov 17 U14 BNT Participates in Thanksgiving Inter-regional
The U.S. Under-14 Boys National Team will hold a domestic training camp as part of the 2011 Thanksgiving Interregional from Nov. 23-28 in Chula Vista, Calif. The event is composed of the U-14 BNT players born in in 1998 and all four United States Youth Soccer regions born in 1997 and 1998. The U.S. will bring a total of 36 players to the camp and will split the roster into two teams. The U.S. will play six games over three match days on Nov. 25, 26 and 27. Each of the U.S. Under-14 split squads will play one game per match day.
2012 Oct 12 via Top Drawer U.S. U-15 BNT Names 36-Player Roster
U.S. Under-15 Boys’ National Team head coach Tony Lepore has named a 36-player roster for the team’s upcoming training camp from Oct. 27-Nov. 3 at The Home Depot Center in Carson, CA. All 36 players were born in 1998 with forward/midfielder Justin Ingram listed as the youngest player, being born in December of 1998.
2011 Aug 02 via Top Drawer U.S. Soccer finds new U14 BNT stars at ID Camp
Coach Manny Schellscheidt and staff have called in 80 fresh-faced players, born in 1998 or 1999, who will train together twice a day from now through Saturday. The daily training sessions and scrimmages give coaches the opportunity to evaluate players for future call-ups to the national team.
2012 Feb 19 – 2012 id2 National Selection International Tour
A team of the best 18 boys born in 1998-99 from the fall 2011 id2 Program Training Camps will take part in the third annual id2 National Selection International Tour to Spain, Feb. 17-27, 2012. During the tour, players will experience the day-to-day culture of some of the world’s most well-known professional clubs while also improving themselves via high-level training and game competition.
2011 Aug 5 – U14 BNT Intrasquad Game
2011 Feb 17 via Top Drawer id2 National Selection going to Europe
Equipped with the best 18 male players born in 1997 and 1998 from the fall 2010 id2 Regional Training Camps, the id2 National Selection will play four games on the Feb. 17-27 trip to Scotland and England in addition to conducting daily training sessions and experiencing the day-to-day culture of some of the world’s most well-known professional clubs. id2 National Selection defeats Manchester City 4-1