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By Zach Helfand and The Baltimore Sun | June 27, 2012
Erik Bakich resigned as Maryland baseball coach Wednesday to accept the same position at Michigan. The Terps will immediately begin a search for a new coach, led by deputy athletics director Nathan Pine. “I would like to congratulate Erik and thank him for the job he has done in laying a foundation for success over the past three years,” Maryland athletic director Kevin Anderson said in a news release. “While we're sorry to see Erik go, we are confident we can bring in someone who will represent our values at Maryland and who can continue the positive momentum we have built in our program.
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Sports Digest | October 6, 2012
Colleges Men's college soccer: Patrick Mullins ' goal in the 26th minute on a header assist from Schillo Tshuma was the difference as No. 1 Maryland (9-0-1, 4-0-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) remained unbeaten with a 1-0 victory over visiting Virginia (5-5-1, 1-3-0). The goal was Mullins' sixth of the season and his team-leading 12th point on the year. The Terps earned their sixth shutout of the season. Maryland had a 17-4 shot advantage. Women's soccer: Senior Brittany Yancey (River Hill)
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By Eric Meany, The Baltimore Sun | April 13, 2011
There are many new sights and sounds to be experienced at Bob "Turtle" Smith Stadium this season, but it was a smell that caught the attention of second-year Maryland baseball coach Erik Bakich. "It smells like a ballpark," he said. The source of the appealing aroma was the Third Base Grill, a newly opened seating area and concession stand down the left-field line that is one of many improvements recently made to the university's baseball facilities in an effort to inject some life into what has traditionally been a dormant program.
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Sports Digest | October 6, 2012
High school baseball Former major league pitcher Eric Milton was named Friday as the baseball coach at Severna Park, according to athletic director Wayne Mook . Milton, 37, was a first-round pick of the New York Yankees (20th overall) in the 1996 draft after playing in college at Maryland from 1994 to 1996. He was 89-85 with a 4.99 ERA in 11 seasons in the major leagues. Milton was an American League All-Star selection in 2001, when he was 15-7 with a 4.32 ERA in 35 games for the Minnesota Twins.
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By Eric Garland, The Baltimore Sun | July 18, 2012
It didn't take long for Maryland to find its new baseball coach. John Szefc, who was last an assistant coach at Kansas State, was named to the position Wednesday, less than a month after former coach Erik Bakich announced he was leaving to coach at Michigan. "Erik [Bakich] did a really good job creating a strong foundation for this program," Szefc said. "Now it's my job to continue that and move our program ahead. " Szefc served as Kansas State's hitting coach for two years as the team advanced to an NCAA regional in 2011.
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The Baltimore Sun | October 5, 2012
Former major league pitcher Eric Milton was named Friday as the head baseball coach at Severna Park, according to athletic director Wayne Mook. Milton, 37, was a first-round draft pick of the New York Yankees (20th overall) in the 1996 MLB draft after playing in college at Maryland from 1994-96. He was 89-85 with a 4.99 ERA in 11 seasons in the major leagues. Milton was an American League All-Star selection in 2001, when he was 15-7 with a 4.32 ERA in 35 games for the Minnesota Twins, but he did not appear in the game.
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By Matt Castello, The Baltimore Sun | August 11, 2011
K.J. Hockaday, the former John Carroll infielder who set the career MIAA record for home runs with 31, has opted to play for the University of Maryland instead of sign with the Orioles. The O's drafted Hockaday in the 14th round of the MLB draft in June, but the two parties were not able to come to an agreement. "It wasn't that close at all," Hockaday said of the offer the Orioles made. He declined to divulge specifics concerning the offer. This summer, the 18-year-old is playing on Youse's Maryland Orioles, a collegiate summer team based in Linthicum, Md. The team is currently competing in the long-running AAABA Baseball Tournament, a tournament that has featured a host of future professionals over the years, including Hall-of-Famers Al Kaline and Reggie Jackson.
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Sports Digest | September 9, 2011
Maryland baseball Former All-Star pitcher Eric Milton has joined the Maryland baseball team's coaching staff, coach Erik Bakich announced Thursday. Milton, a left-handed pitcher who played for the Terrapins from 1994 to 1996, won 89 games in his 11-year major league career with the Minnesota Twins, Philadelphia Phillies, Cincinnati Reds and Los Angeles Dodgers. "Eric is just a tremendous resource of baseball knowledge," Bakich said. "He loves the game, and for our players to have somebody who has been in their shoes, gone to the same school, been through the same classes and done the same things, he is where they all want to be. " Varsity Howard Co. football games rescheduled for Monday All Howard County league football games scheduled for this week have been moved to Monday because of weather.
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Sports Digest | September 9, 2011
Maryland baseball Ex-pitcher Milton added to coaching staff Former All-Star pitcher Eric Milton has joined the Maryland baseball team's coaching staff, coach Erik Bakich announced Thursday. Milton, a left-handed pitcher who played for the Terrapins from 1994 to 1996, won 89 games in his 11-year major league career with the Minnesota Twins, Philadelphia Phillies, Cincinnati Reds and Los Angeles Dodgers. "Eric is just a tremendous resource of baseball knowledge," Bakich said.
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Sports Digest | October 6, 2012
Colleges Men's college soccer: Patrick Mullins ' goal in the 26th minute on a header assist from Schillo Tshuma was the difference as No. 1 Maryland (9-0-1, 4-0-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) remained unbeaten with a 1-0 victory over visiting Virginia (5-5-1, 1-3-0). The goal was Mullins' sixth of the season and his team-leading 12th point on the year. The Terps earned their sixth shutout of the season. Maryland had a 17-4 shot advantage. Women's soccer: Senior Brittany Yancey (River Hill)
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By Eric Garland, The Baltimore Sun | July 18, 2012
It didn't take long for Maryland to find its new baseball coach. John Szefc, who was last an assistant coach at Kansas State, was named to the position Wednesday, less than a month after former coach Erik Bakich announced he was leaving to coach at Michigan. "Erik [Bakich] did a really good job creating a strong foundation for this program," Szefc said. "Now it's my job to continue that and move our program ahead. " Szefc served as Kansas State's hitting coach for two years as the team advanced to an NCAA regional in 2011.
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By Zach Helfand and The Baltimore Sun | June 27, 2012
Erik Bakich resigned as Maryland baseball coach Wednesday to accept the same position at Michigan. The Terps will immediately begin a search for a new coach, led by deputy athletics director Nathan Pine. “I would like to congratulate Erik and thank him for the job he has done in laying a foundation for success over the past three years,” Maryland athletic director Kevin Anderson said in a news release. “While we're sorry to see Erik go, we are confident we can bring in someone who will represent our values at Maryland and who can continue the positive momentum we have built in our program.
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Sports Digest | September 9, 2011
Maryland baseball Ex-pitcher Milton added to coaching staff Former All-Star pitcher Eric Milton has joined the Maryland baseball team's coaching staff, coach Erik Bakich announced Thursday. Milton, a left-handed pitcher who played for the Terrapins from 1994 to 1996, won 89 games in his 11-year major league career with the Minnesota Twins, Philadelphia Phillies, Cincinnati Reds and Los Angeles Dodgers. "Eric is just a tremendous resource of baseball knowledge," Bakich said.
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Sports Digest | September 9, 2011
Maryland baseball Former All-Star pitcher Eric Milton has joined the Maryland baseball team's coaching staff, coach Erik Bakich announced Thursday. Milton, a left-handed pitcher who played for the Terrapins from 1994 to 1996, won 89 games in his 11-year major league career with the Minnesota Twins, Philadelphia Phillies, Cincinnati Reds and Los Angeles Dodgers. "Eric is just a tremendous resource of baseball knowledge," Bakich said. "He loves the game, and for our players to have somebody who has been in their shoes, gone to the same school, been through the same classes and done the same things, he is where they all want to be. " Varsity Howard Co. football games rescheduled for Monday All Howard County league football games scheduled for this week have been moved to Monday because of weather.
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By Matt Castello, The Baltimore Sun | August 11, 2011
K.J. Hockaday, the former John Carroll infielder who set the career MIAA record for home runs with 31, has opted to play for the University of Maryland instead of sign with the Orioles. The O's drafted Hockaday in the 14th round of the MLB draft in June, but the two parties were not able to come to an agreement. "It wasn't that close at all," Hockaday said of the offer the Orioles made. He declined to divulge specifics concerning the offer. This summer, the 18-year-old is playing on Youse's Maryland Orioles, a collegiate summer team based in Linthicum, Md. The team is currently competing in the long-running AAABA Baseball Tournament, a tournament that has featured a host of future professionals over the years, including Hall-of-Famers Al Kaline and Reggie Jackson.
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By Matt Castello, The Baltimore Sun | June 8, 2011
It seemed all too appropriate that — nearly 24 hours after learning he had been selected by the Baltimore Orioles in the 14th round of baseball's amateur draft — K.J. Hockaday stood on the sixth floor of the Warehouse at Camden Yards, overlooking a field he might one day call home. The 18-year-old John Carroll shortstop slid on a fitted, flat-brimmed Orioles hat and smiled. "It's been a dream ever since I've been 3 years old to get picked by [the] Baltimore Orioles," he said.
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By Matt Castello, The Baltimore Sun | June 8, 2011
It seemed all too appropriate that — nearly 24 hours after learning he had been selected by the Baltimore Orioles in the 14th round of baseball's amateur draft — K.J. Hockaday stood on the sixth floor of the Warehouse at Camden Yards, overlooking a field he might one day call home. The 18-year-old John Carroll shortstop slid on a fitted, flat-brimmed Orioles hat and smiled. "It's been a dream ever since I've been 3 years old to get picked by [the] Baltimore Orioles," he said.
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By Eric Meany, The Baltimore Sun | April 13, 2011
There are many new sights and sounds to be experienced at Bob "Turtle" Smith Stadium this season, but it was a smell that caught the attention of second-year Maryland baseball coach Erik Bakich. "It smells like a ballpark," he said. The source of the appealing aroma was the Third Base Grill, a newly opened seating area and concession stand down the left-field line that is one of many improvements recently made to the university's baseball facilities in an effort to inject some life into what has traditionally been a dormant program.
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