RC Men's Lacrosse BIO
1 Morgan Baker

2016:  Named to All-SSC First Team… Named Sunshine State Conference Offensive Player of the Week (April 11, 2016)… Named to 2016 Sunshine State Conference Spring Commissioner’s Honor Roll… Played in all 16 games for the Tars… Finished first on the team in goals with 30… Collected 10 assists… Totaled 40 points which was second on the team… Also, earned eight groundballs… Scored five goals two separate times on the season, one came against then No. 15 Saint Leo on March 26, 2016, and another one in a win against Florida Southern on April 9, 2016.

2015: Played in every game for the Tars… scored 17 goals and had 9 assists for 26 points, third best on the team… picked up 22 ground balls and caused 4 turnovers… scored twice and got two assists, for four points, in a 14-9 win against Adams State on 3/21… currently sits tied for the Rollins record with 33 career assists

2014: Baker played in every game as a sophomore, finishing the season with seven goals and was tied for the team lead with 15 assists…scored two goals twice (3/31 vs. FIT, 4/3 at Seton Hill) and had set a career high for assists in a game when he recorded five in a 15-3 win over Lynn on 3/19…Baker enters his junior season third all-time in program history with 23 assists and is tied for seventh with 39 points.

2013: Saw action in every game in 2013, including six starts, recording 10 goals to go along with nine assists for a total of 19 points…his 56 shots were third most on the team and also finished third with 36 ground balls

High School:  Played midfield for the Gold & Blue...  helped lead Choate to a big win over Founder League rival Berkshire Academy in his senior year.

Personal:  Son of Jim and Steph Baker... has an older brother, Ian (20), who attends Trinity College... also played ice hockey and was part of the young republicans and outdoorsmen club in high school.

Position: Midfielder
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 205
Year: Senior
Hometown: Dummerston, Vt.
High School: Choate Rosemary Hall
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