Scott Stricklin will return next season as Georgia’s baseball head coach.
Stricklin just completed his fourth season with Georgia after losing to Mississippi State in the first round of the SEC Tournament on Wednesday.
No announcement is expected to occur since a change isn't taking place. Athletics director Greg McGarity declined to comment on the baseball team following the UGA Athletic Association's Board of Directors meeting Thursday morning.
Since Stricklin's hiring, the Bulldogs have not reached the NCAA Tournament. The last time Georgia advanced to the NCAA postseason was in 2011, when David Perno was the head coach.
Georgia did end its season strong by taking its final three SEC series of the season against Kentucky, Mississippi State and South Carolina.
Stricklin has two years remaining on his contract. He was hired in 2014 after coaching Kent State for nine seasons, which included a 2012 run to the College World Series.
During his four years at Georgia, Stricklin has a combined record of 104-119-1. In SEC play, Georgia under Stricklin is 43-75-1.