Havoc head coach Glenn Detulleo to step down at season’s end

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Glenn Detulleo will step down as Havoc head coach after this season, and will take a position in the team’s front office. (Huntsville Havoc)

The Huntsville Havoc’s 2022-23 season has not even started yet, and already the team is sharing big news. This time, the news is that the upcoming season will be Glenn Detulleo’s last as the Havoc head coach.

The announcement was made this week, just a couple of weeks away from the opening game of the season. Here are some more details:

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From the bench to the front office

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Glenn Detulleo will become the Huntsville Havoc’s general manager after this season. (Huntsville Havoc via Facebook)

Detulleo will transition into a front office role with the team as executive general manager. The upcoming season will be his 11th year at the helm in Huntsville already notching a total of 278 wins.

Detulleo has led the Havoc to two championships during his time as head coach, and is the longest-tenured and winningest coach in franchise history.

“Coaching in Huntsville over the last 10 seasons has been a dream come true. My coaching career might be coming to an end, but I am thrilled to continue my journey with such a great organization.”

Havoc head coach Glenn Detulleo

The next Havoc head coach

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Assistant coach and former player Stuart Stefan will take over as head coach at the end of this season. (Huntsville Havoc via Facebook)

The good news is that the team will not have to search far for Detulleo’s replacement. Assistant coach Stuart Stefan will take over as head coach at the end of this season, becoming the seventh head coach in the Havoc’s 19-year existence.

Stefan played seven seasons with the Havoc before becoming an assistant coach in 2018. As a player, Stefan scored 84 goals and tallied 164 assists for Huntsville.  He was also a part of the team’s two most recent championships as a player as well as a coach.

“I have learned so much from Glenn and I’m extremely grateful for this opportunity. I’m excited to get to work and continue the winning tradition here in Huntsville.”

Havoc assistant coach Stuart Stefan

The Havoc begin their season on October 20th at Pensacola before returning to Huntsville on October 28th for the home opener. Single game tickets are on sale now.

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Michael Seale
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