Michigan goaltender Mann gives up senior season, intends to pursue pro hockey career

Strauss Mann won 35 games over three seasons at Michigan (photo: Michigan Photography).

Michigan announced Friday that junior goaltender Strauss Mann will not return for his senior season, choosing to start his pro hockey career.

No team was mentioned in a graphic U of M sent out on social media. Mann is an undrafted free agent from Greenwich, Conn.

Last season, finished 11-9-1 with a 1.89 GAA, a .930 save percentage and five shutouts for the Wolverines. He was also the first goalie in 78 years to serve as team captain for Michigan.

Overall in his three seasons in Ann Arbor, Mann was 35-30-9 with a 2.14 GAA, .926 save percentage and 11 shutouts.