LEWISBURG, Pa. – Former Bison goalkeeper Mike Lansing has signed on with AaB Fodbold of the Danish sports conglomerate Aalborg Boldspilklub. He will move on to the club this summer.

AaB Fodbold is a member of the Danish Superliga, the highest level of Danish soccer. Lansing joins the team following a stint with Vejle Boldklub. The net minder appeared in one match for the club, recording three saves in a 3-0 shutout.

The former standout played in 57 games in goal for the Bison during his four-year career, posting a career .831 save percentage and 0.90 goals-against average. He recorded 16 shutouts, which ranks sixth in program history, while his 236 saves are eighth-most on Bucknell’s all-time list. As a freshman, he led the Patriot League in save percentage (.843) and goals-against average (0.96), starting in 18 games. The keeper earned Second Team All-Patriot League accolades after recording a 10-6-1 mark with eight shutouts, while ranking among the nation’s leaders in save percentage (.852) and GAA (0.75).

Lansing is not the only Bison to have continued his professional career in Denmark. Former Bison midfielder Conor O’Brien ’10 has played seven years overseas, six of those coming in Denmark. He is in his second year with AC Horsens, another club in the Danish Superliga.

Bucknell alum Mayowa Alli ’14 spent time in Denmark with Vendsysell FF, but is currently with KI Klaksvik in the Faroe Islands.