Clemson officially names Erik Bakich head baseball coach – Tar Heel Times





Director of Athletics Graham Neff named Erik Bakich as Clemson’s 28th head baseball coach on June 16, 2022. Bakich was the consensus national coach of the year in 2019, when he led Michigan to an NCAA runner-up finish and a 50-22 record. “Our family is thrilled to join the Clemson Athletics family and immerse ourselves in the local community,” said Bakich.
(Tiger Illustrated)

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Clemson officially names Erik Bakich head baseball coach




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