Getting To Know Sarah Fajnor
FULLERTON, Calif. – In February, Cal State Fullerton women's soccer head coach Demian Brown inked his 2014 signing class to National Letters of Intent.
Throughout the spring, FullertonTitans.com will "Get to Know" the newest Titans, that will step on campus for the 2014-15 academic year.
The fifth 2014 Titan signee to join FullertonTitans.com for the Q&A is forward Sarah Fajnor of Sunny Hills High School in Fullerton.
The Lancers recently won their fourth consecutive Freeway League championship, and advanced to the quarterfinals of the Division II CIF Southern Section girls soccer championships.
Sarah: My first club coach, Laura Janke, was a former goalkeeper coach and goalkeeper at Cal State Fullerton. She showed me what Cal State Fullerton was all about.
I grew up going to games, and I saw what the program did for the community, the types of student-athletes that played for the Titans and the whole atmosphere at Cal State Fullerton.
I fell in love with the school and with the women's soccer program. Ever since then, I wanted to become a Titan. As I got older and entered the recruiting process, Cal State Fullerton was at the top of my list. The Titans had everything I wanted: Division I soccer , a great program, great coaches, great teammates, a family atmosphere, great academics, a chance to give back to the community, and most importantly, a chance for my parents to watch me play. Fullerton has it all.
It has been a childhood dream of mine to play at Fullerton, and I am proud to say that I achieved it.
FullertonTitans.com: Head coach Demian Brown describes you as a "true-scoring threat," but can you tell Titan fans about your style of play?
FullertonTitans.com: You were named Homecoming Queen this year, what was that experience like?
FullertonTitans.com: What should Cal State Fullerton fans know about you?
FullertonTitans.com: What do you love most about the sport of soccer?
FullertonTitans.com: Do you have any pregame rituals or superstitions?
FullertonTitans.com: If you could plan one road trip for the 2014 season, where would you want to go play and why?