Bessone

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Amo Bessone - Legacy
... Bessone's legacy extends beyond his accomplishments at Michigan State ... Bessone helped establish the Greater Lansing Area Hockey Association (GLAHA), the first organized youth hockey program in Mid-Michigan ... GLAHA started with three players in 1953 and by Bessone's retirement from coaching in 1979, the organization boasted 450 players ...
Amo Bessone - Coaching Career - Michigan State
... Following the 1951 season, Bessone accepted the head coaching position at Michigan State University after Harold Paulsen resigned ... Bessone would remain at MSU for the next 28 years ... When Bessone arrived at Michigan State, the ice hockey program was just beginning its third season and its youth was evident with a 6-25 record over two seasons ...
Amo Bessone - Personal
... Bessone was married to the late Mary Kennedy Bessone ... Bessone retired first to Englewood, Florida with his brother Pete Bessone, then later to Santa Fe, New Mexico, with his son John Bessone ...
Amo Bessone
... Amo Bessone (November 22, 1916 – January 9, 2010) was a collegiate ice hockey player and head coach ... Bessone was born in Sagamore, Massachusetts, on Cape Cod, and raised in Springfield, Massachusetts, where he learned to play hockey ... As a hockey coach, Bessone is best remembered for winning a national championship as a heavy underdog in 1966 with the "Cinderella Spartans." He was one of the most colorful college coaches of his era with ...
Michigan State Spartans Men's Ice Hockey - History - Amo Bessone Era
... When Bessone arrived at Michigan State, the ice hockey program was beginning its third full season after being reinstated ... Amo Bessone won his first collegiate hockey game as head coach on November 29, 1951, when the Spartans defeated Ontario Agricultural College 8-2 ... struggled with six losing seasons before Bessone turned things around in his seventh season as coach ...