The Daily looks at Michigan’s 2017 draftees and breaks down which players have signed professional contracts, which players have not and what these decisions, along with the departure of the Wolverines’ seniors, mean for next season.
D1Baseball.com's Kendall Rogers first reported Wednesday evening via Twitter that Bakich had turned down the Cardinal's offer, and was committed to remaining the head coach at Michigan. In a later tweet, Rogers reported that Bakich was not a candidate for the Gamecocks' vacancy either.
After the Wolverines went 42-15 during the regular season — their most successful regular season since 2008 — they were selected for the NCAA Tournament, receiving a No. 3 seed in the Chapel Hill regional, hosted by No. 2 national seed North Carolina.