Saylor spent three seasons with the Rice University women’s soccer team, helping the Owls capture the 2017 Conference USA title with a 12-2-2 record.
Rice goalkeepers combined for 19 shutouts during Saylor’s tenure at the university as they earned back-toback 12-win seasons in his first two years with the program.
Saylor also helped train Maya Hoyer, who earned Conference USA Goalkeeper of the Year honors in 2017.
Before pursuing a career in coaching, Saylor was the starting goalkeeper at Lambuth University from 2004-07.
During his stellar collegiate career Saylor was an honorable mention NAIA All-American, an NAIA All-Region selection and Lambuth's 2007 Male Athlete of the Year. He helped lead the Eagles to a Trans-South Conference Championship.
A native of Lincoln, Ill., Saylor earned his bachelor's degree in sports management from Lambuth in 2008 and finished his master's degree in education with an emphasis on health and human performance at UT-Martin in December of 2013.