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Background

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Education

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    Lake Superior State University
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Staff | Oakland University Hockey
oakland.pucksystems2.com, 1 Feb 2012 [cached]
Head Coach Jeremy Bachusz
Bachusz continues to keep Oakland as one of the top teams in the nation
Jeremy Bachusz enters his third season as Head Coach of the Grizzlies. In his first season as Head Coach, Bachusz led Oakland to an impressive 12 win improvement from the previous season and compiled a record of 25-11-3 with an appearance in the ACHA DI National Tournament. The 25 wins was the most for Oakland at the Division One Level. Bachusz was also named an Assistant Coach for the 2010 and 2011 ACHA DI All-Star Game.
Bachusz led the Grizzlies to the 2011 GLCHL Playoff Championship by defeating Eastern Michigan, regular season champion Adrian and eventual National Champion Davenport.
Bachusz served as assistant coach under the previous Head Coach Sean Hogan for three seasons, where he worked primarily with the forwards and special teams. Bachusz also served as the team's manager last season assisting in travel planning, finances and scheduling. Jeremy brings with him an impressive hockey pedigree and strong playing background. Bachusz played NCAA Division I hockey for Lake Superior State University from 1998-2003, where he both led the team in scoring and served as captain his junior and senior seasons. While at LSSU Bachusz was named the Freshman of the Year his first season and was honored with the Copper Coaches Choice, an award voted on by all the LSSU varsity sports coaches and given out to the LSSU athlete who best displays leadership and exemplary athletic performance.
Prior to his time at Lake Superior State, Bachusz was a heavily recruited and highly touted athlete while playing forthe Compuware Jr. A team in the North American Hockey League. While with the Compuware Ambassadors. Jeremy was named First Team All NAHL in 1997-1998, awarded playoff MVP in 1997-1998 and was also named MVP of the NAHL All Star Game in 1997-1998. While at Compuware Jeremy was also awarded the Barbara Ann Karmanos Award.
After completing his degree at LSSU, Jeremy signed on to play with the Arkansas River Blades and then the Cincinnati Cyclone both of the ECHL. Despite being a rookie in the ECHL, Bachusz was named an Assistant Captain of the Cincinnati Cyclones. In 2004 Jeremy retired as a player and accepted a position with Merrill Lynch as a financial advisor.
Personal: Jeremy currently lives in Royal Oak, MI. Jeremy's brother Mike was also a captain of Lake Superior State hockey team and won an NCAA Division I National Championship in 1992.
Getting to Know: Jeremy Bachusz | Oakland University Hockey
oakland.pucksystems2.com, 17 Oct 2007 [cached]
Getting to Know: Jeremy Bachusz
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This edition of "Getting to Know" is Oakland Hockey Assistant Coach Jeremy Bachusz.
Inside the CCHA Radio Show - Q&A with Jeremy Bachusz
In the five years that Jeremy Bachusz spent playing for the Lake Superior State Lakers, there were some peaks and valleys. After growing up watching his brother, Mike, star for the national champion Lakers in 1993, Bachusz decided to pick up where his brother left off and join the Lakers in the fall of 1998. Although Bachusz had some personal success with being awarded the Outstanding Freshman Award in 1998-99 and serving as captain his junior and senior years, the team was in a rebuilding stage after the great teams that had come in during the early 1990's. To add to the frustration of losing, Bachusz missed most of the 2000-01 season due to illness, but was granted a red-shirt. Even though the team didn't fare as well as he had hoped, Bachusz took many positive aspects of those years and has put together a successful career outside of hockey as a financial consultant at Merrill Lynch along with a budding coaching career at Oakland University in Rochester, Mich.
Your older brother, Mike, was captain of the Lakers during their NCAA Division I national championship run in 1993. What kind of brotherly advice did he give you heading into your career at Lake Superior?
Jeremy Bachusz: He basically said that you have to enjoy every day because it goes by so fast and he was definitely right about that. Sitting here today, I can't believe that I went through five years, with red-shirting my junior year when I got sick. He was always the hardest worker on the team and led by example and I kind of just took that from him and watched when I was younger. I tried to carry that on when I went there.
How were you recruited? Did your brother have anything to do with you landing in Sault Ste. Marie?
Bachusz: Probably, I would have to think that he had some influence on that. Our family was around that school the whole time he was there.
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Bachusz: Michigan, Michigan State and Ferris State.
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Bachusz: We had some tough years.
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Bachusz: Probably just playing in front of crazy crowds such as Michigan, Michigan State and Ferris State. Just being out there battling. It's a battle playing in the CCHA and I had a blast.
Why don't you tell me about the night you scored two goals in a playoff game at Yost Arena? Is there anything specifically that you remember from that night?
Bachusz: I remember a lot of silence in that place and that's a tough place to do that in.
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Bachusz: I majored in Business Administration and it's kind of funny because I'm actually working with another gentleman who went to Lake State and played hockey with my brother, Jason Trzcinski.
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Bachusz: I've known the Oakland coaches here for quite some time, Sean Hogan and J.R. Dunn.
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Bachusz: There is definitely a lot of pressure to follow up that type of a year.
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Bachusz: At times, it's tough because you want to go out there and basically, when the team is down, you want to go out there and play as hard as you can, but you can't.
American Collegiate Hockey Association powered by GOALLINE.ca
achahockey.org, 19 Aug 2012 [cached]
Jeremy Bachusz - Head Coach
Contact | Oakland University Hockey
oakland.pucksystems2.com, 1 Feb 2012 [cached]
Jeremy Bachusz
Head Coach ACHA Division I
Phone: 248-762-8578
American Collegiate Hockey Association powered by GOALLINE.ca
achahockey.org, 29 Sept 2010 [cached]
Jeremy Bachusz American Collegiate Hockey Association powered by GOALLINE.ca
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Jeremy Bachusz
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Jeremy Bachusz enters his third season as Head Coach of the Grizzlies. In his first season as Head Coach, Bachusz led Oakland to an impressive 12 win improvement from the previous season and compiled a record of 25-11-3 with an appearance in the ACHA DI National Tournament. The 25 wins was the most for Oakland at the Division One Level. Bachusz was also named an Assistant Coach for the 2010 and 2011 ACHA DI All-Star Game.
Bachusz led the Grizzlies to the 2011 GLCHL Playoff Championship by defeating Eastern Michigan, regular season champion Adrian and eventual National Champion Davenport.
Bachusz served as assistant coach under the previous Head Coach Sean Hogan for three seasons, where he worked primarily with the forwards and special teams. Bachusz also served as the team's manager last season assisting in travel planning, finances and scheduling. Jeremy brings with him an impressive hockey pedigree and strong playing background. Bachusz played NCAA Division I hockey for Lake Superior State University from 1998-2003, where he both led the team in scoring and served as captain his junior and senior seasons. While at LSSU Bachusz was named the Freshman of the Year his first season and was honored with the Copper Coaches Choice, an award voted on by all the LSSU varsity sports coaches and given out to the LSSU athlete who best displays leadership and exemplary athletic performance.
Prior to his time at Lake Superior State, Bachusz was a heavily recruited and highly touted athlete while playing forthe Compuware Jr. A team in the North American Hockey League. While with the Compuware Ambassadors. Jeremy was named First Team All NAHL in 1997-1998, awarded playoff MVP in 1997-1998 and was also named MVP of the NAHL All Star Game in 1997-1998. While at Compuware Jeremy was also awarded the Barbara Ann Karmanos Award.
After completing his degree at LSSU, Jeremy signed on to play with the Arkansas River Blades and then the Cincinnati Cyclone both of the ECHL. Despite being a rookie in the ECHL, Bachusz was named an Assistant Captain of the Cincinnati Cyclones. In 2004 Jeremy retired as a player and accepted a position with Merrill Lynch as a financial advisor.
Personal: Jeremy currently lives in Royal Oak, MI. Jeremy's brother Mike was also a captain of Lake Superior State hockey team and won an NCAA Division I National Championship in 1992.
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