Femi Hollinger-Janzen

Femi Hollinger-Janzen
Femi Hollinger-Janzen
Femi Hollinger-Janzen
Real Name: Femi Hollinger-Janzen
HT: 6' 0" WT: 174
Age: 23 (12/14/1993)
Birthplace: Cotonou, Benin
Hometown: Goshen, Ind.


  • One of three players selected in the third round or later of the 2016 SuperDraft to make an MLS regular season appearance as a rookie.
  • In 2016, ranked second on the team in substitute appearances with 18 and scored two goals with one assist.
  • Scored first professional goal vs. Chicago on May 14, 2016 and first game-winning goal on May 28, 2016 vs. Seattle.
  • Played four seasons at Indiana, earning two All-Big Ten First-Team selections and multiple Academic All-Big Ten honors.
  • Helped the Hoosiers win the 2012 NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer Championship as a freshman.

MLS CAREER: Currently in second MLS season after being selected by New England with the 51st overall pick in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft...Joined Minnesota United FC as the final selection in the MLS Expansion Draft and was re-acquired by the Revolution via a trade on Feb. 15, 2017…Through April 2017, career totals include 23 appearances, one start, two goals, and one assist in 310 minutes of action…Through first two months of 2017, played in four games with New England…Ranked second on the team with 18 substitute appearances in 2016, and started one additional game.

2017: Re-acquired by New England via a trade on Feb. 15 after spending beginning of preseason with Minnesota United FC…Has played in four games through April, totaling 37 minutes…(3/18) at DAL: Made season debut and played 11 minutes…(3/25) vs. MIN: Saw 20 minutes of action in the home opener…(4/29) at SEA: Made fourth substitute appearance of the season and recorded two shots.

2016: Made 19 MLS appearances and one start in rookie campaign…Recorded two goals and one assist…Only MLS player in 2016 regular season to total fewer than 450 minutes of action and tally at least two goals…Ranked second on team with 18 substitute appearances…Named Santander Man of the Month for May after totaling two goals and one assist, including a game-winner against Seattle on May 28…Made one appearance in the U.S. Open Cup, earning the start in the Fourth Round meeting with Carolina RailHawks FC…Suffered a groin injury prior to the Open Cup Quarterfinal match on July 20…(3/20) at PHI: Made MLS debut as a late-game sub, playing 15 minutes for the Revs…(3/26) at NYC: Saw 10 minutes of playing time in the 1-1 draw…(4/9) vs. TOR: Played one minute as a late sub…Nearly recorded the game-winning assist in stoppage time when his cross into the six-yard box was slotted home by Lee Nguyen, only to be waved off when the ball was ruled out of bounds…(4/27) vs. POR: Helped force an own goal in the 89th minute to draw the game equal at 1-1…Nearly got a touch on a ball crossed inside the six-yard box, which deflected off a Timbers defender into the net…(4/30) vs. ORL: Made first professional start, playing 70 minutes before being replaced by Juan Agudelo…(5/8) at LA: Played 20 minutes as a sub…Recorded first professional assist on Juan Agudelo’s 70th minute goal…(5/14) vs.  CHI: Scored first professional goal in the 84th minute…Totaled 16 minutes in a substitute appearance…(5/28) vs. SEA: Recorded first career game-winning goal in the 80th minute…Named Santander Man of the Match…(9/3) vs. COL: Made first appearance since July 16, logging 17 minutes as a second-half substitute. 

COLLEGE CAREER (INDIANA): Four-year star player at Indiana…Appeared in at least 21 games in all four seasons…Finished college career with 88 games played, 60 starts, 22 goals, eight assists, 194 shots, and 78 shots on goal…Six of his 22 goals were game-winners…Converted three of his four penalty kick attempts at Indiana…Earned first-team All-Big Ten and Big Ten Sportsmanship honors as a senior…Started 21 games as a junior and recorded five goals…Earned All-Big Ten First-Team recognition…Appeared in 22 games in 2013…Helped the Hoosiers win the NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer championship as a freshman.

2015 (Senior): Started all 21 matches for the Hoosiers as a senior…Earned first-team All-Big Ten and Big Ten Sportsmanship honors…Also named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-Midwest Region First Team…An Academic All-Big Ten selection…Led team with eight goals, including three game-winners, and 21 points…His eight goals were third most among all Big Ten Players…Paced the conference with 76 shots…Added five assists on the year…Posted first multi-goal game of the season in a 3-0 win over Evansville…Had two assists in a 3-2 win at No. 18 St. Louis…Recorded one goal and one assist in a 4-1 victory at Michigan State…Final game-winning goal of the year came in a 1-0 win over Wisconsin in the Big Ten Tournament.

2014 (Junior): Started all 21 games in which he played as a junior, recording five goals and two assists…Finished the year with 47 shots, tied for second most on the Hoosiers…Earned All-Big Ten First-Team recognition and was an Academic All-Big Ten selection…Named to the NSCAA All-Midwest Region Second Team…Scored first goal of the season on Aug. 29 against Georgetown in a 1-1 draw…Recorded first goal in Big Ten play on Sept. 20 against Rutgers in a 2-1 victory.

2013 (Sophomore): Started 14-of-22 games as a sophomore and was named to the Academic All-Big Ten squad…One of three players to record five goals for the Hoosiers in 2013….Finished the season with 31 shots…Recorded first goal of the season after coming on as a substitute on Aug. 30 in a 2-1 win over Southern Methodist…Scored again in a 4-1 win over Cal State Bakersfield on Sept. 13 after entering the game in a reserve role…Scored in consecutive matches, on Sept. 25 at Butler in a 3-2 defeat, and on Sept. 29 vs. Ohio State in a 2-1 victory.

2012 (Freshman): Started in four of his 24 appearances and helped the Hoosiers win the NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer championship…Named to the College Cup All-Tournament Team, as well as the Big Ten All-Freshman Team…Listed on Soccer America’s All-Freshman Second Team…Recorded four goals on the season, third most among all Hoosiers, and totaled 40 shots…Scored the first goal of his career on Oct. 3 vs. Kentucky, a 4-1 victory…Scored his first career goal in Big Ten action on Oct. 19 against Michigan in a 2-1 loss…Notched a goal in the postseason for the first time on Nov. 18 in a 4-1 win over Xavier…Tallied the final goal of his freshman campaign, a game-winner, on Dec. 8, sending Indiana to the College Cup finals by the score of 1-0 in the NCAA College Cup Semifinal match against Creighton.

PERSONAL: Born in Benin before moving to Indiana with his adoptive parents, Rod and Lynda Hollinger-Janzen…Attended Bethany Christian in Goshen, Ind. …Helped team win conference titles in all four years…A three-time all-conference first-team selection…Name conference MVP as a junior and senior…Set a school record with 67 goals in his four-year career…Tallied 23 assists…Named the 2011 Indiana Gatorade Player of the Year, 2011 Indiana Player of the Year and a first-team all-state selection…In 2010, earned third-team all-state honors…Also earned three letters in basketball.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2017New England Revolution13101480623400
2016New England Revolution191227311025100
Career Totals-322242111648500
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