The Wolverines had two games canceled against UC Davis but salvaged three wins in six tries on their road trip.
When the Wolverines went 2-2 this past weekend, their first losses of the season, there was no ho-hum attitude to accompany the losses, which came amid a four-game set in California.
Michigan topped St. Joseph’s and upset No. 10 California but lost to Cal Poly and Santa Clara.
No. 14 Michigan is entering Spring Break fresh off a four-game sweep of Canisius.
Jaskie tossed six innings, allowing just three hits and recording nine strikeouts on his way to picking up the win Sunday.
The excitement surrounding the Michigan baseball team is electric after its four-game series season opener against Canisius. Despite the streak, though, Bakich is itching for some adversity.
Despite flashes of excellence at the plate, the series was headlined by the Wolverine pitching staff’s dominance.
The 15th-ranked Wolverines won all four against Canisius, starting 4-0 for the first time since 2009.
With the exception of Grant Reuss, a left-handed pitcher who redshirted last year, every freshman played a large role on the team in 2015.
Bakich is in his fourth season at the helm of the program, aided by assistant coaches Sean Kenny and Nick Schnabel and volunteer assistant coach Aaron Etchison.