Just Launched: NLL Podcast Hot Mics. Listen Now!

×

Craig Wende

#1 G Rochester
Age: 29
Height: 6-1
Hometown: Kitchener, ON
Birthdate: July 8, 1991
Weight: 218 lbs.
Shoots: L
college Team: Conestoga
Bio

ACQUIRED
Signed a two-year deal with the Rochester Knighthawks on August 1, 2019.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
Entering his second season in the NLL and first with the expansion-era Knighthawks … Mad...

View Full Bio
Year Team MIN W L GA GAA SV SV%
2019-20
Rochester Knighthawks
255:02 1 3 56 13.17 194 .776
2018-19
Georgia Swarm
17:54 0 1 5 16.76 12 .706
Total 272:56 1 4 61 14.965 206 .772
Sorry, no information is available.
Regular Playoffs
2019-20 2018-19
Load Game Data

Loading Game Data

Per Game Highs
Goals Against
Saves
Save%
Full Bio

ACQUIRED
Signed a two-year deal with the Rochester Knighthawks on August 1, 2019.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
Entering his second season in the NLL and first with the expansion-era Knighthawks … Made his first NLL appearance after being swapped into the net against Philadelphia, making eight saves in 17:54 minutes on 4/20/18 … Signed a two-year free agent deal with the Georgia Swarm on 8/24/18 … Signed a one-year deal with the original Rochester Knighthawks on 10/31/17 … Played three seasons in the Arena Lacrosse League (ALL) … From 2017-19, he posted a 19-9 record and a 12.67 goals-against average with the Toronto Monarchs … In 2019, he was named an ALL Second Team All-Star … In 2017, he backstopped Toronto to an appearance in the ALL Championship Game … During the playoff run, he was 2-1 with a 10.67 goals-against average … Has also played three seasons (2017-19) with the Oakville Titans of the Ontario Senior “B” Lacrosse League … In 2018, he reached the President’s Cup Finals with Oakville, collecting a goals-against average of 7.74 in 12 regular season games … In the President’s Cup playoffs, his goals-against average was 8.61 in nine games … In 2017, he was one of the top goalies in Senior “B” lacrosse … With the Oakville Titans, he led the league in wins (eight) and was third in goals-against average (6.46) … In the postseason, he carried an 8.68 goals-against average … In July of 2017, he played internationally and was the starting goalie for Germany at the European Box Lacrosse Championships … Craig, whose father was born in Schweinfurt, Germany, led the 14-team tournament in saves (262) and was named a First Team All-Star … Craig’s stellar play helped the Germans reach the bronze medal game … In 2019, he was the starting goalie for Germany at the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship; named to the President’s Team … In 2016, he was named the Senior “B” Most Valuable Player after logging 802 minutes and recording a 9.27 goals-against average with Oakville … Over five seasons, he appeared in 43 games with the Titans … He has made stops in Major Series Lacrosse, last appearing for the Oakville Rock in 2019 … He also had a previous three-year stint with Oakville (2013-15) … In 2012, he made his Senior “A” debut with the Brampton Excelsiors, who were coached by current Knighthawks head coach Mike Hasen … Before making the move to senior ball, he played four seasons of Junior “A” lacrosse … From 2009-11, he appeared in 58 games and posted 22 wins, a .782 save percentage and a 9.77 goals-against average … Spent his first three seasons with the Kitchener-Waterloo Braves before going to the Burlington Chiefs for the 2012 campaign … That season, he played 741 minutes and posted a goals-against average of 10.20 … In 2012, he tried out for his first NLL team as he attended the Vancouver Stealth’s open tryouts … The following year, after taking part in the NLL Combine, he competed for a spot in camp with the Toronto Rock.

Related Players
NLL