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First seen on
the game
Bakich announces
baseball a ssistants

W eather Underground when agroup ofexecutivesvisited RESEARCH CENTER
them in Ann Arbor. From Page 1A

sold to Weather Channel


Daily Sports Editor
Two new assistant coaches
were named to the Michigan
baseball program staff after much
speculation about who new head
coach Erik Bakich would retain
from his staff at Maryland.
On Thursday, Sean Kenny and
Nick Schnabel were hired as assis-
tants to Bakich, where Kenny will
serve as the pitching coach and
Schnabel will be the recruiting
Kenny is an Ann Arbor native,
having graduated from Pioneer
High School. He was at Maryland
with Bakich for three years as the
pitching coach. The Terrapins had
the third-best ERA in the Atlantic
Coast Conference in 2012-and set'
the program records for strikeouts
(464) in 2010. Kenny also helped
on the recruiting side, bringing in
Maryland's first top-25 recruiting
class in 2010. He also developed
two future MLB draft picks in his
time with the Terrapins.

Kenny has served as a recruit-
ing coordinator and pitching
coach at numerous other univer-
sities, and played baseball both
at the collegiate and professional
level, with Eastern Michigan Uni-
versity and the New York Mets,
Schnabel comes to Michigan
after spending three years at East
Carolina as the hitting coach and
recruiting coordinator. He had
much success recruiting, garner-
ing nationally ranked recruiting
classes in addition to developing
talent to send to the next level.
Schnabel played ball with
Bakich at East Carolina, where
Schnabel was named Defensive
.Player of the Year in 1999 by the
Colonial Athletic Association.
"Sean and Nick are among the
best in the nation at what they
do," Bakich said in a statement
released by the athletic 'depart-
ment. "We are fortunate to have
them join our staff and help lead
Michigan baseball back to a cham-
pionship level."

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Weather to their text before 1995, when
the company dissociated from
inderground tO the University and became a pub-
keepwebste lic company. As dot-com names
YW i went on sale, the group missed
the domain name weather.com by
By STEVE ZOSKI one month.
DailyNewsEditor Masters explained that Sam-
son had suggested the name as
e second of two groups a play on words referencing the
d Weather Underground 1960s radical political group The
riginated at the University Weather Underground, founded
een sold after 17 years of by University alum Bill Ayers.
endence. "Back in the early '90s, when
t Tuesday, Ann Arbor- it was just this little educational.
weather company Weather project at the University, Samson
rground announced that thought it would be a cute tongue-
ave been sold to The Weath- in-cheek reference to the old radi-
hannel - owned by NBC cal group because it also got its
rsal, Bain Capital and The start at the University of Michi-
stone Group - for an undis- gan," he said.
I price. Masters said while Weather
he early 1990s, the company Underground sold its resources,
ounded by University alum technologies and employees to
Masters - Ann Arbor resi- the much larger Weather Chan-
nd director of meteorology nel, their website will maintain
ather Underground - along independence, still using their
several other University large staff in San Francisco made
nts, including Weather up of developers and meteorolo-
rground President Alan gists.
mberg. "We're going to be called
ile working on his doctor- Weather Underground LLC, and
air pollution meteorology, we will be a pretty much indepen-
rs worked with Engineer- dent company with our own CEO,
rof. Perry Samson to create - and the goal is to keep doing what
t-based University weather we do because we're very innova-
e in 1991, before the Inter- tive," Masters said.
sted such services. He added that The Weather
e weather service spread to Channel has had an interest in the
schools and added graphics Weather Underground since 1995

"They got a new CEO in Janu-
ary, and they wanted to move
aggressively to improve their
website, and before then, their
leadership ... was never that seri-
ous about acquiring us," Masters
said. "So this was the first time
that there was what we thought
was a good offer, and we decided
to go with it."
Masters said The Weather
Channel will be able to take over
unique Weather Underground
content and technologies like
Personal Weather Stations - of
which Masters said are about
Masters added that The
Weather Channel's larger fol-
lowing will allow the Weather
Underground LLC site to get new
traffic as well.
"They have three times the
traffic we do, so a lot of people
who haven't heard of us are going
to check us out and start using us,
and to some degree there will be
cross-linking between the two,"
Master said.
Masters said in addition to The
Weather Channel's video prow-
ess, the partnership will allow the
possibility of utilizing their large
Twitter following.
"Certainly we could use their
density of Twitter people that
send weather information via
Twitter to do some cool projects
where you could check out in real
time when there's a major weath-
er activity happening and sort of
look at the Twitter activity going
on," Masters said.

Cardiovascular Center - said
moving IHPI researchers into
the NCRC will allow a world of
collaboration among the sciences
that will benefit health care
"When we bring those kinds
of investigative teams together
in a common place and create
opportunities for education
... sometimes great things can
happen," Eagle said. "Certainly for
training programs, having groups
of investigators in a common place
creates opportunities for cross
Eagle said the center offers an
unprecedented opportunity for
the University.
"This moment really creates
a new opportunity for us to do
something quite wonderful,"
Eagle said. "Measure quality
better, maximize safety (and)
improve the ability to inform
patients and families about the
best care."
Eagle said the institute plans
to bring great minds together to
make lasting changes.
"I feel very optimistic that
these new bridges in health care
research are going to be fostered
by this new institute," Eagle
said. "U of M wants to be an
international university, wants
to be considered as a place that is
helping with thoughts on how we
organize and deliver healthcare.
This institute has potential to take

that to a new level in a critical
moment in our nation's healthcare
Eagle said the center will
work with other organizations to
improve health care around Mich-
"It's entirely likely that the
University will be proactive with
working with other institutions in
the state as a voice to try to help
maximize the provision of preven-
tive health and health care deliv-
ery throughout the state," Eagle
Last week, the first 80 IHPI
researchers and staff were moved
to the new building, and in the
upcoming months, the more
than 400 more who are on their
way will make this "the largest
university-based health services
research institute in the country,"
by the end of the summer, accord-
ing to Dr. Rodney Hayward, pro-
fessor of internal medicine, health
management and policy and chair
of the interim leadership team of
the IHPI.
"Some of our work will be
unchanged," Hayward said.
"There's alot ofgreat work already
coming, but the greatest changes
in the work are people working
across these disciplines, not just
to bring together different parts of
the university, but to bring togeth-
er partnerships nationally and in
region and state."
Daily News Editor Steve Zoski
contributed to this report.

First seen on
-the game
HunwiCK likely
to play in Europe
By MATT SLOVIN Hunwick would be the lone
Daily Sports Editor American on the team's current
.roster, comprised exclusively of
It appears the Shawn Hunwick Austrian and Canadian skaters.
story is about to begin yet another On March 28, Hunwick signed
chapter. with the NHL's Columbus Blue
The former Michigan goalten- Jackets. He entered just one game,
der and Hobey Baker Award final- playing the final three minutes of
ist is negotiating with EC Red Bull Columbus' season between the
Salzburg of the Austrian Hockey pipes.-Hunwick allowed no goals in
League, according to Michigan that short time on the ice. He offi-
sports information director Rob cially became a free agent on July 1.
Tillotson. No formal contract has When the Daily last spoke to
been signed as of Saturday night. Hunwick, he was gearing up for
It appears nothing will be finalized a summer camp he will run with
until at least Monday. Michigan hockey video coordina-
Salzburg won the International Ior L.J. Scarpace. The camp is set
Ice Hockey Federation's Continen- to begin Monday at Grand Oaks Ice
tal Cup in 2010. Arena in Howell, Mich.


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