Height: 6'1 Weight: 218lbs.
Born: July 8, 1991
Home Town: Kitchener, ON
Signed a two-year deal with the Rochester Knighthawks on August 1, 2019.
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.