In his time at JU, he has traveled with six NCAA Tournament squads, worked with three NCAA All-America honorees and four professional draft picks and assisted in running two NCAA Basketball Tournaments. He has also handled the PR efforts for 13 titles won by the JU track & field program over the last eight years.
DeLettre has served as a voice for JU events on A-Sun.TV and provided content for the Dolphins YouTube channel. His other tasks include credentialing and hiring the part-time help for the department.
In 2007, DeLettre spent a year away from JU working as the communications assistant for the Jacksonville Jaguars during the team’s run to the divisional playoffs. He assisted in all aspects of the department including executing national and local interview requests, updating team releases and game day programs while writing for jaguars.com.
Prior to the Jaguars, DeLettre served the media relations assistant with the Dolphins from 2005-07. He served as contact for the Dolphins track team which swept the A-Sun indoor and outdoor titles to start its current run. DeLettre also provided coverage as women’s soccer won the A-Sun Tournament to earn a bid in the 2006 NCAA Tournament. He also coordinated the Best Western Softball Tournament on campus.
A native of Jacksonville, DeLettre started his sports career working for the Jacksonville Suns in April 1998. In his 15-year stint with the Suns, he has worked multiple tasks including bat boy, clubhouse assistant, playground coordinator, usher, box office assistant, official scorer and media relations assistant.
DeLettre has also worked on the Jacksonville Jaguars game day staff, four Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Championships, the 2007 ACC Football Championship, the Gator Bowl Association, the Jacksonville Jam (ABA) and the Jacksonville Giants (ABA).
A graduate of JU in 2005, DeLettre earned his bachelor's degree in physical education with emphasis in sports administration.