Between the pipes for the Wings have been solid goaltenders, six of whom have committed to NCAA Division I programs in the Wings’ five total seasons.
The Garland, Texas native joined the Wings from 2010-2012. Leisner is currently the goaltender at American International College where he has played 41 games in just two seasons. With the Wings, Leisner was 29-38-7 with a 2.53 goals against average one season. Leisner also played for the Texas Tornados where he was 40-24-3 over a season and a half.
The Brainerd, Minnesota goaltender was 3-2-0 with a 2.81 goals against average in his time with the Wings. Mimmack has served as a goaltender for Division I Bemidji State University for the past two seasons.
Former Wings coach Travis Winter brought in Nagelvoort during a thrilling race for a playoff berth from the Soo Eagles. While with the Wings, he was 8-1-1 with 1.66 goals against average and 95% save percentage. Nagelvoort then committed to the University of Michigan Wolverines where has been 22-18-3 in two seasons including a Big 10 Championship berth last season. In 2014, Nagelvoort was also selected in the 4th Round of the NHL Draft by the Edmonton Oilers.
Dill came to the Wings in the 2013-2014 season from Columbus, Ohio. He had an impressive rookie season in the NAHL going 20-7-1 with a 2.26 goals against average and 93% save percentage. Dill made his Division I commitment to the University of Massachusetts Minutemen where he was 7-10-1 last season. Also joining him at UMass was Wings defenseman Jake Horton.
Catt spent the portions of three seasons with the Aberdeen Wings. Collectively, he was 33-30-3 including a 2.18 goals against average and 94% save percentage during the 2013-2014 season. Catt finished last season with the Soo Eagles where he was the 2nd highest rated goaltender in the league. Catt made his Division I commitment late in the season to the University of Michigan.
Shortridge was 15-15-1 in 2014-2015, his rookie NAHL season, with a 2.57 goals against average. Shortridge made a commitment to Quinnipiac University. Shortridge received seven weekly honors from the NAHL including being named First Star of the Week twice.