North America Business Development
Hennssy is a prominent figure in the North American basketball community and he develops business opportunities for TASM via his extensive networks of contacts. Hennssy is a former Big Ten player who started for the Wisconsin Badgers and played for the Canadian National Team.
Hennssy is the Executive Director of the Wisconsin Force and Player Development Program (PDP)and is highly respected in the NCAA and AAU basketball communites.
Under the leadership of Hennssy Auriantal the Wisconsin Force program made a big difference in the lives of many players.
Prior to establishing the Wisconsin Force and Player Development Program (PDP), Hennssy Auriantal played for the University of Wisconsin-Madison Basketball team from 1995-1999, graduating with a degree in Kinesiology.
While attending the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Hennssy Auriantal also participated in post-season tournament play under former University of Wisconsin-Madison Head Coach Dick Bennett.
Coach Bennett is currently at Washington State University, where Former Force Basketball Star player Kyle Weaver 6’6 Point Guard is currently enrolled.
Hennssy was named Big-Ten All Academic in 1997 and 1998.
Hennssy gained international experience as a member of the Junior National team in 1997 and the Canadian National Olympic team in 1999.
Over the past five years Hennssy Auriantal has trained and mentored outstanding players such as Mr. Basketball in Wisconsin Michael Nelson (North Dakota State), First Team All State Kyle Weaver (Washington State), All Star Curtrell Robinson (Winona State), All Star Chase Kieler (UW Platteville), First team All Conference and All Area Div. 4 Evan Klees (Edgewood College), Marc Daniels (Northeastern), Eze Samuel (Sheridan JC), Robert Barefield (Sheridan JC), Bakary Kanote (Bowie State), Makam Kanote (George Mason), Ricky and Marco Volcy (Northern Michigan), Claude Delmas (Northern Michigan), Deji Akindele (Chicago State), Rodwins & Manix Auriantal (NYIT) and Pro, Luke Recker (IOWA and Pro), Prosper Karangwa (Siena University and Pro), and many more to come.