The bracket for the eight-team, double-elimination Big Ten Baseball Tournament, to be held May 21–25 in Omaha, has been announced. Michigan, the #5 seed is in the 1-4-5-8 bracket with Indiana, Minnesota, and Iowa. The Wolverines will play Minnesota on Wednesday at 9 pm CT, with Indiana and Iowa facing off at 5 pm. The winners of those two games will play on Thursday at 9 pm, with the losers playing an elimination game at 1 pm that day.
Michigan played all three of the teams in their bracket during the regular season, winning 1 of 3 against both Minnesota and Indiana, while taking 2 of 3 in their series against Iowa. Those series were all in late March and early April, when the team wasn't playing as well as they have of late. Michigan's starting pitching in particular gives them a chance to make some noise in the tournament.
Michigan has no chance at an at-large NCAA bid; they'd need to win the BTT to get in.
After losing to Kansas 8-2 today, the Wolverines are 27-27-1 on the season, with another game against Kansas tomorrow. On Senior Day, senior Logan McAnallen will be getting the start.