Spring Arbor Forward Signs – Kalamazoo FC

Spring Arbor Forward Signs

Janum Sailor

Kalamazoo FC is excited to announce the signing of standout junior forward from Spring Arbor University Janum Sailor for the upcoming NPSL season.  

During his junior year Janum played in 20 games and started 18 of them. Janum scored 8 goals and 2 assists for SAU last season. Throughout his 3 season with Spring Arbor Janum as accumulated a total of 21 goals and 11 assists and has appeared in a total of 59 games. Janum earned Crossroads League player of the week during the 2017 season for his contribution of 1 goal and 2 assists in their win over Marian University and their league championship clinching victory over Bethel College. He was also named a NAIA Scholar-Athlete.

Janum is from Indianapolis, Indiana where he was home-schooled and is currently studying Health & Exercise Science at SAU.

Coach Clements on Sailor “We are very excited for Janum to join us this summer he is a very powerful forward who can play multiple attacking positions. He is good on the ball, has good vision in attack, great in the box and in the air.”

2 Questions Q/A

Q – What has your playing history been like?

A – I started travel soccer at Westfield Shamrocks as a freshman in High School, played High School soccer at Carmel High School. Played at Carmel United for travel in High School. Played at Indiana (Chicago) Fire academy partially Junior year and played on the u18 squad senior year. Committed to Spring Arbor and been here since.

Q – What is your playing style like?

A – My playing style is more aggressive and fast. I have played many positions from academy level to college level. Here at school I play the 9, 10, and 11. When I play the 10 I have a calmer, more aggressive attitude, but when i play the 9 or 11 it’s more fast and aggressive. I do a lot of checking too and through the ball running. Getting aggressive and into other in corners for headers is a favorite of mine.

Signing Interview

College Highlights

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