Aberdeen Wings goaltender Jake Sibell has announced his commitment to play Division I hockey for Niagara University.
Sibell is a 6’2, 205lb goalie from Isanti, MN. He is in his second season with the Wings. He’s currently the top goaltender in the North American Hockey League (NAHL) with a 1.01 goals-against average and a .960 save percentage. He is currently carrying a 19-0-0 record, including 8 shutouts, in 20 games played this season.
Overall, Sibell has a 32-5-2 record with the Wings through 59 games played. During the 2016-17 season, while he was playing for the Omaha AAA 16U Lancers, Sibell was named to the NAPHL 16U First All Star Team. In 2019 he was a first round 8th overall pick by the Wings. He also represented the Wings at the 2020 NAHL Top Prospects Tournament.
“I would like to thank my family for supporting me in my journey, as well as all of my friends, teammates and coaches who have believed in me and helped me get to where I am today. I would also like to thank the Aberdeen Wings for allowing me to play for such a great hockey organization. I’m looking forward to competing to keep the Robertson Cup in South Dakota this spring, as well as join my Niagara University family in the fall.” – Jake Sibell
“Jake is a player that has been very persistent in his approach to attain a Division 1 scholarship,” Wings head coach and general manager Scott Langer said. “Day in and day out, he comes to work and battles to be the best player on the ice, no matter if it’s a practice or a game. Jake’s also a tremendous teammate that has earned the respect of the entire locker room and the trust of his teammates. He has put in the time and I can’t wait to see him compete at Niagara University.”
The Niagara Purple Eagles play out of Dwyer Ice arena in Lewiston, New York. They are members of Atlantic Hockey. Currently on the season, they are 2-8-3 overall and 1-7-3-1 conference play.