Option declined following 2017 season.
Pasher started his career with Sporting Kansas City's USL reserve side, Swope Park Rangers, before signing for the MLS side. He is capable of playing left back or left winger.
OUTSIDE MLS: Joined the Rangers in March 2016 after a successful preseason spell and played a leading role during the club's inaugural USL campaign. He started 26 of 28 USL appearances with five goals and four assists (including playoffs), tallying three of his assists in the postseason as the Rangers were crowned USL Western Conference champions and advanced to the USL Cup Final.
Pasher began his youth career with Newcastle United of the English Premier League before joining Toronto FC's academy in 2010, where he spent three years. He captained TFC's senior team in a friendly against Liverpool in 2012.
He signed for Finnish side PS Kemi in 2013 and made 24 appearance for the club, scoring 11 goals. In 2014 he joined NPSL team Lansing United for their inaugural season, registering three goals and six assists in 10 games.
Pasher then moved to the Pittsburgh Riverhounds in USL, where he made 23 appearances, scoring two goals and setting up his jump to Swope Park Rangers.
INTERNATIONAL: Pasher has featured for the Canadian Men's National Team at the Under-17 and Under-20 levels. He was also named to Canada's senior team in March 2015 to train ahead of friendlies against Guatemala and Puerto Rico.
Pasher was named to Canada's roster for the 2011 FIFA Under-17 World Cup but was forced to withdraw due to injury.