|Hometown:||Vancouver, British Columbia|
|High School:||Prince of Wales|
|Previous Team:||Campbell River Storm (VIJHL)|
2011-12 Had a breakout season in his senior campaign, skating in 22 contests … Tallied six assists for a career-high six points … Finished the season with 18 shots and 28 penalty minutes … Knotched assists in back-to-back contests January 20 and January 21 in back-to-back 3-2 Beacons wins … Recorded the game-winning assist in overtime January 20 in the Beacons 3-2 win at New England College … Assisted on the game-winning goal December 3 in UMB’s 8-3 win at the University of New England … Helped the Beacons defense finish third in the ECAC East allowing just 2.84 goals per game.
2010-11 Played in a total of 12 games as a junior ... Found the back of the cage at Babson College on December 8.
2009-10 Enjoyed a solid sophomore campaign, tallying career-highs in points (5), assists (4) and goals (1) ... Netted his first collegiate goal when he netted the game-winner on Jan. 19 in a 5-0 win over UMass Dartmouth ... Notched first career points with a pair of assists on Dec, 4 vs. Trinity ... Also recorded assists on Jan. 15 vs. Castleton State and on Jan. 22 vs. Southern Maine ... Named to the ECAC East All-Academic team.
2008-09: Played in eight contests as a defenseman ... Made his collegiate debut at Bowdoin College on November 22 ... Whistled for just one penalty on the season.
Personal/High School: Played junior hockey for the Exeter Seawolves ... Named to the America East Hockey League Second Team ... Received the Captains Award while playing for the Campbell River Storm in 2007 ... Also received the Jason Gow Memorial Award in 2006 and 2007, given to the most exciting player ... Graduated high school from Price of Wales Secondary School in 2005 ... Born May 17, 1987 ... Son of Bill Baker and Kathy O'Sullivan ... Majoring in art/environmental, Earth and ocean sciences ... Interests include graphic design, photography, drawing, basketball, golf and baseball ... Competed for the UMass Boston outdoor track and field team last spring.