ATLANTA, GA - OCTOBER 8: A mascot from the Maryland Terrapins celebrates after a touchdown against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at Bobby Dodd Stadium on October 8, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia. Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)
Third-year Maryland Baseball coach Erik Bakich will be leaving the program to take over the same job at Michigan, according to a report.
The Maryland Terrapins could be in the market for a new baseball coach. According to a report by Brian Foley of College Baseball Daily, Maryland head coach Erik Bakich will leave the team to take the same position out at Michigan.
College Baseball Daily has learned through multiple sources that Maryland head coach Erik Bakich will be the next head coach at Michigan. An official announcement is expected later today. Stay tuned to CBD for more information.
The report is being looked into by the Washington Post Maryland insiders.
We're looking into reports that have Maryland baseball coach Erik Bakich taking the same job at Michigan. bit.ly/MBBgpj— Terrapins Insider (@TerpsInsider) June 27, 2012
The Terrapins finished the 2012 season with a 32-24 overall record, Bakich's best year since taking over Maryland, but finished 10-20 in the ACC, good for fifth place in the Atlantic Division and did not make the ACC tournament. In the three seasons he spent with Maryland, the Terrapins went 70-98, 20-70 in the ACC.