Fye takes over as men’s soccer coach

Madison College mens soccer coach Logan Fye.

Logan Fye was named the new Madison College men’s soccer coach.

Clarion Staff Report

Logan Fye has been named the next men’s soccer coach at Madison College. Fye has spent the past 10 seasons with NCAA Division III Wisconsin Lutheran College and brings a wealth of coaching experience to the WolfPack.
His hiring was announced on Friday, April 14, on the athletic department website.
“I am incredibly excited for the future of Madison College men’s soccer under Coach Fye’s leadership,” said Madison College athletic director Jason Verhelst. “He has great experience and will do a phenomenal job in continuing to move the program forward.”
At Wisconsin Lutheran, Fye started out as a graduate assistant and worked his way up to associate head coach, a position he has held since 2016. Fye was a big part of the team’s recruiting, off-season training and soccer camps.
Over the past seven years, he has served in several coaching roles with Elmbrook United in Brookfield. In addition, he has been the Olympic Development Team coach with the Wisconsin Youth Soccer Association.
In a news release, Fye said he is “thrilled to accept the role of head men’s soccer coach at Madison College as it is truly an outstanding opportunity for myself and my family.”
“I cannot wait to get started with the student-athletes in our pursuit of a NJCAA Division II National Championship,” he added.
Fye played professional soccer for one year as a midfielder with the Milwaukee Torrent of the National Premier Soccer League. He played four years of soccer at UW-Whitewater, where he helped lead the Warhawks to three WIAC championships. He had 17 goals and nine assists during his collegiate playing career.
After completing his business management degree at UW-Whitewater, Fye went on to earn a master’s degree in education-leadership and innovation and Wisconsin Lutheran College.