UND recruit and Fargo Force standout Zane Gothberg is the co-United States Hockey League goalie of the year.
Gothberg shared the award with Green Bay Gamblers goalie and Miami recruit Ryan McKay.
Gothberg, who will come to UND in the fall, led the USHL in save percentage with a .921 mark and with seven shutouts. He finished with a 2.22 goals-against average, which was second behind McKay’s 2.18.
The Thief River Falls native led Fargo to a playoff berth and a first-round victory.
Gothberg is expected to compete with Alabama-Huntsville transfer Clarke Saunders for the starting job next season if Aaron Dell turns pro. Dell has not yet announced his decision for next season.