COLUMBUS, Ohio – No. Michigan won the series finale on Saturday over Ohio State at Buckeye Field, 11-0, on the strength of an eight-run seventh inning. The Buckeyes are now 13-10 on the year while Michigan improves to 16-4.
Another Michigan senior is officially moving on. Guard Chaundee Brown announced on Saturday that he will forgo an extra season of eligibility to enter the NBA Draft and hire an agent. Brown served as Michigan’s sixth man after spending three years as a starter at Wake Forest.
Chaundee Brown announced on Saturday that his time with the Michigan Wolverines has come to an end after one season, as the senior will enter the 2021 NBA Draft process. Brown spent this past year in Ann Arbor after three seasons at Wake Forest. Brown, who was tasked with being the first man off the bench for Michigan, played 20 minutes per game for Juwan Howard this year, averaging 8 points and 3.1 rebounds per game.