- Led St. Francis University to its first men’s basketball NCAA Division I Tournament appearance in 1991.
- Played two National Basketball Association (NBA) seasons with the Dallas Mavericks.
- In 122 NBA games, Iuzzolino scored 1,096 points, had 522 assists and a .404 3-point field goal percentage and .457 field goal percentage.
- At St. Francis, he was a key in a hoops revival under former coach Jim Baron.
- Had 1,493 career points, 318 assists and 211 rebounds at St. Franics, where he was an Academic All-American and NEC Player of the Year.
- Started his college career with two seasons at Penn State before transferring to St. Francis.
- Drafted by the Mavericks in the second round (35th overall) in 1991.
- Played professionally in Italy and Spain.
- An Altoona native and member of Blair County Sports Hall of Fame.
- Held assistant coaching positions with St. Vincent College, Duquesne University and George Mason University.
- Director of basketball operations at the University of New Mexico. Held same position previously at Canisius University.
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