Hall of Fame Details
Induction Year: 2006
Glen Lang of Minneapolis, Minn., is among the all-time great Yellowjacket hockey players, entering the Hall of Fame as the team's leading scorer with 188 points.
Mr. Lang is considered to be among the best offensive players in team history and in NCAA Division III hockey history. Playing for the Yellowjackets from 1990 to 1993, he scored 79 goals and 109 assists in 90 games. He also holds the team record for most career power play goals with 30.
In recognition of his skills, Mr. Lang was twice named First Team All-American. Perhaps his most memorable season was 1991-1992 when he set Yellowjacket records for most goals in a season with 33, most points in a season with 71, and most power play goals in a season with 15.
His former coach, Steve Nelson, said Mr. Lang was on the ice in all situations and excelled. "Glen was a brilliant offensive player for Superior when we were beginning to establish ourselves as a Division III power."