BIO: John Krause comes to the RailHawks after many years of experience both domestically and internationally. Krause started his professional career with the Cincinnati Kings of the USL Second Division, finishing the season as the team’s top scorer. Krause then moved to the Puerto Rico Islanders, where he played from 2007-2009. He accumulated 73 appearances and eight goals with the Islanders, helping to lead the team to the semi-finals of the 2008-2009 CONCACAF Champions League. In 2010, Krause had short stints with two international teams in Vietnam and China.
Krause is an internationally capped player after being called up to the Puerto Rico national team in September 2010. He got his first international cap and goal in October of 2010, while competing in the Caribbean Championship tournament. Krause played his collegiate soccer at Boston College from 2002-2003 and Vanderbilt University from 2004-2005.