Baribeau resigns after four years at Blackburn

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Jason Baribeau has resigned after four years as men's head coach at Blackburn. The Beavers were 6-19 this past season.

It's been a struggle to build the program at Blackburn, which has just over 500 full-time undergraduates and hasn't had even as many as 10 wins since 2006-07. With five freshmen and two sophomores in the rotation, the Beavers won five SLIAC games, the most in eight years. Blackburn was 17-83 in the past four seasons.

Baribeau had been an assistant at Nebraska Wesleyan for four seasons before taking over the Blackburn program, which had won an average of five games per season over the previous four years.