Warren “Gus” Crouch
NCAA Championship: 1964
Warren “Gus” Crouch arrived in Ann Arbor in 1960 as an athletic trainer and worked for the hockey team throughout the 1960s. He was instrumental in organizing the Dekers and served as the first president.
Gus Crouch initiated and developed the first official program for hockey. One of his most treasured accomplishments was his development of the concept of the “Hockey Legends” which are on display at Yost Ice Arena. His fondest Michigan hockey memory was being the trainer for the 1964 NCAA Championship team. Gus Crouch passed away 28 March 2013.
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