Glenn Detulleo

Glenn Detulleo

Class of 2013


Iowa State University, Men’s Division 1 (1998-2001)

Detulleo was considered one of the most dangerous offensive players during his time in the ACHA. During his first season in Ames, he tallied 39 and 47 assists in 40 games for the Cyclones. Glenn backed that up the following year by leading the Central State Collegiate Hockey League in scoring with 58 goals and 52 assists. He was named to the ACHA Men’s Division 1 All-Star Team for his performance during the season. In his final season at Iowa State, he again led the CSCHL in scoring, was selected to the All-Tournament First Team at the National Championships and was selected again to the All-Star Team. He capped off an impressive career by receiving the 2000-2001 Bob Johnson Award, given to the ACHA Player of the Year. He finished at Iowa State with 318 points (142 goals and 176 assists) in 131 game.

Mr. Detulleo then represented the ACHA by embarking on a 11-year professional career which including stints with the UHL, IHL, and SPHL. He also played in Europe in Norway and Germany. After playing, Detulleo was selected to be the Head Coach and GM of the Huntsville Havoc of the SPHL in 2012.