Played in 39 games and had five goals and 11 assists for 16 points … Third on the team in points by a defenseman … +9 was the third best on the team by a blueliner … First career goal was the game-winner at Army in the second game of the series to give the Falcons a series split … The next week, scored the game-winner in the second game against RIT at home to sweep the series … Career-best two points (1-1-2) in the tie at No. 18 Western Michigan … Matched career high with two points (1-1-2) in the win over Army at home (Jan. 28) … Again matched career high of two points (1-1-2) in win over Bentley in AHC quarterfinals.
Played in 11 games and had three assists.
Before Air Force
Played in 60 games for the Wenatchee Wild of the NAHL in 2014-15 and had 15 points (1-14-15) ... Played for coach Bliss Litller in Wenatchee ... Graduated from St. Cloud Cathedral High School ... Lettered three years in hockey and soccer ... Named all-area and all-state honorable mention in 2014 ... Team placed fourth in the state in 2014 ... Named all-area and honorable mention all-state in soccer ... Team placed fourth in the state in 2013 ... Academic all-conference.
Member of Cadet Squadron 29 ... Parents are Scott and Mary Kay Bailey ... Has three older brothers ... Major is management ... This past summer, worked Expeditionary Survival and Evasion Training and also travelled to Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, on Operation Air Force ... Is the C-Flight NCO in squadron … On the dean’s list his first semester ... Long-term goal is to work in the hospital administration career field ... Greatest individual moment in sports was scoring the game-winning goal against Army last season ... Greatest team moment was reaching the Elite Eight last season ... One word to describe himself is resilient... Favorite sport other than hockey is football … Credits his brother, Mike, as having the biggest influence on his sports career ... Started playing hockey at the age of four ... Favorite NHL team is the Minnesota Wild... Favorite NHL player is Blackhawk defenseman Duncan Keith.