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Twenty-Four Games against Tourney Teams Highlight 2015 Slate

The University of Michigan baseball program and third-year head coach Erik Bakich have announced its 2015 schedule on Tuesday (Sept. 9). The slate is highlighted by 24 games against 2014 NCAA Tournament teams, 22 games at the Wilpon Complex and a pair of home series against 2014 Super Regional teams Maryland and Oklahoma State.


Erik Bakich


Head Coach: University of Michigan

Erik Bakich was announced as the 19th head coach in the history of University of Michigan baseball on June 27.

Bakich (pronounced back-itch) comes to Ann Arbor after spending three years as the head coach at the University of Maryland. He led the Terrapins to a 32-24 record in 2012, which was a 15-win improvement from his first season in College Park. Maryland started the season by taking 2-of-3 games at UCLA, which went on to earn a No. 2 national seed and a berth in the College World Series. The Terps also enjoyed wins over Purdue, East Carolina and St. John's in the non-conference slate and North Carolina, Virginia, Miami, N.C. State and Florida State in Atlantic Coast Conference action. Maryland had a 3.21 team earned-run average, which was third in the ACC. Bakich also had four players drafted from the 2012 team in this year's MLB First-Year Player Draft, including Alfredo Rodriguez, who was picked in the 17th round by the Milwaukee Brewers.


Nick Schnabel


Assistant Coach: University of Michigan

Nick Schnabel is starting his first season as an assistant coach for the University of Michigan baseball program. Schnabel will be the recruiting coordinator for the Maize and Blue.

Schnabel was East Carolina's hitting instructor, infield coach and recruiting coordinator for three seasons. During his three years with the Pirates, Schnabel mentored six Conference USA selections, including John Wooten and Zach Wright in 2012, and four All-C-USA All-Freshman team members. Four players also earned all-regional honors during his three years at ECU. Off the field, his recruiting efforts helped garner three consecutive Top 50 designations from Collegiate Baseball and a No. 28 ranking by PG Crosschecker in 2011. This past season, Schnabel directed an offense that ranked among Conference USA leaders in hits (626, 1st), batting average (.295, 2nd), RBI (300, 4th), runs (342, 4th), total bases (810, 4th) and home runs (30, 5th). Schnabel also has had six players selected in the MLB First-Year Player Draft sign with their respective clubs.


Sean Kenny


Assistant Coach: University of Michigan

Sean Kenny begins his first season as an assistant for the University of Michigan baseball program. Kenny is serving as the Wolverines' pitching coach.

Kenny, an Ann Arbor native and Pioneer High School grad, comes to U-M after spending three seasons with Bakich at the University of Maryland as the Terrapins' pitching coach. He guided the Terps pitching staff that had a 3.21 team earned-run average in 2012, which was third in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The previous year, Maryland's staff was fifth in the ACC in ERA and 32nd nationally with 8.0 strikeouts per nine innings. In Kenny's first season at Maryland, the pitching staff set a school record with 464 strikeouts while ranking 16th nationally with 8.5 strikeouts per nine innings. Kenny also helped Maryland sign the school's first top-25 recruiting class in 2010 and develop draft picks in Adam Kolarek (11th round by the Mets in 2010) and Eric Potter (19th round by Oakland in 2011).


Aaron Etchison


Assistant Coach: University of Michigan

Aaron Etchison was hired as the Wolverines' volunteer assistant coach on Sept. 6, 2012.

Etchison comes to Ann Arbor after a two-year playing career at the University of Maryland. The Pendleton, Ind., native was a captain on the 2012 team that won 32 games, which was a 15-win improvement from 2010. The catcher threw out 14 of 26 base runners last season, which led the Atlantic Coast Conference percentage-wise for players who had enough attempts to qualify. As a junior, Etchison started 25 games for the Terrapins, hitting safely in nine of the team's last 11 games and serving as Maryland's primary catcher the second half of the season.


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