Summer 2008 — Starter on Gratias Construction Inc., which won championship of Capital City Summer League, scoring 30 points (8-12 shooting from three-point range) in a 118-111 semi-final round victory against Granite Transformation.
2007-08 — Played in all 33 games as top reserve shooting guard...20 of22 baskets were beyond three-point arc...averaged 4.5 points during five-game starting stint while replacing the injured Josh Young...matched career high with eight points in home win against Illinois State...played career long 30 minutes at Bradley, responding with career-high five assists...made first college start in home game vs. Missouri State, playing 20 minutes...had seven points, including four clutch free throws late in overtime win at Creighton...had six points at Evansville and in season opener vs. UC San Diego.
2006-07 — Played in 20 games, averaging 1.0 point...all five baskets in season were beyond three-point arc..dished out career- and team-high four assists at Illinois State, while playing career-best 27 minutes...made three point baskets in consecutive games vs. Southern Illinois, Indiana State and Illinois State.
2005-06 — Appeared in 27 games, averaging 1.5 points...scored season-high eight points vs. Texas Christian...made two three-point baskets vs. Texas Christian and Iowa State...dished out season-high three assists vs. Shawnee State...scored four points in college debut, all at free throw line to preserve victory in season opener against Detroit.
High School — Two-time Southwest Athletic League Player of Year...two-time Associated Press all-state selection and earned Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association all-state honors...averaged 22.4 points, 4.6 rebounds and 4.0 assists as senior, while setting numerous school records, including points in a season (538) and career (1,505)...also became school’s career leader in three-point baskets (195) and steals (157)...averaged 23.3 points in three WIAA Division 2 tournament victories, including 27 points in 65-54 victory over Sauk Prairie in regional title game...averaged 20.3 points, 4.2 assists and 3.5 rebounds as junior in 2003-04, while earning honorable mention all-state honors and first-team Madison All-Area honors...led team in steals and shot 76.4 percent from the free throw line...also three-year starting quarterback...played AAU Basketball in summer of 2005 for the Madison Spartans.
Personal — Marketing and management major...member of Dean's List...born Jacob J. Baryenbruch on June 4, 1986, in Madison, Wisconsin...parents: Jeff and Sheila Baryenbruch...has three brothers: Josh (24), Luke (20) and Noah (15)...high school coach: Jeff Johnson.