Patrick Baldwin will be introduced tomorrow (Thursday) as the new men’s basketball coach at U-W Milwaukee. The school confirmed the hiring Tuesday afternoon, after the Journal Sentinel broke the story. The 44-year-old Baldwin leaves Northwestern, where he played in the 1990s and was coach Chris Collins’ top assistant this past season as the Wildcats went 24-12 and made their first N-C-A-A Tournament. Baldwin is Milwaukee’s third coach in three years after Rob Jeter was fired, and LaVall Jordan left after one season to become the head coach at his alma mater at Butler. Baldwin was reportedly a finalist one year ago when U-W-M hired Jordan — and athletic director Amanda Braun says Baldwin is ready to take his next career step as a head coach.