After rumors of possibly going to "the school up north" Kent State University baseball coach Scott Stricklin will be staying put.
The Beacon Journal says the coach put the rumors about him coaching at Michigan to rest by issuing a letter to fans saying he and his staff are "all in" and are going to continue to build the Kent program.
In his letter, Stricklin thanked the fans for rallying behind the team during Kent State's run in the College World Series baseball tournament.
He went on to say that what he and his staff have put together over the past eight years is too good to leave and that from the top down, everybody at KSU is "all in" when it comes to the leadership and direction of the baseball program.
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