University of Cincinnati has let their baseball coach go.
According to a news release sent out on Thursday, Brian Cleary has been relieved of his duties as the head baseball coach at the University of Cincinnati.
A national search for a successor
will begin immediately.
Cleary will coach the team this weekend as the Bearcats close out the 2013 season against Notre Dame at Marge Schott Stadium.
"Coach Cleary has been a great representative on many fronts for many years. He has been a tremendous ambassador for the University and the athletic department, however, we feel it is time to take the program in a new direction," said Babcock. "It is never an easy decision to make a change, especially for a coach with the character and integrity of Coach Cleary, but in the end I felt that the program has not achieved at the level on the field we expect."
This season, Cleary is 22-31 (.415) overall and 4-17 (.190) in the BIG EAST Conference, with a seventeen-year career record of 434-528-1 (.451) and a team grade point average of 3.2 this spring.