|Position:||Assistant Director, Athletic Public Relations|
|Alma Mater:||St. Bonaventure|
Matt Moretti III joined the athletic public relations staff at the University of Richmond in July of 2015. Matt serves at the primary contact women's basketball, cross country/track & field, men's and women's golf and is the secondary football contact and lead graphic designer for the office.
During his first year on campus he also served as the interim primary football contact for the 2015 season. The Spiders appeared on ESPN's College Gameday, defeated four nationally ranked opponents, produced four All-Americans and advanced to the FCS National Semifinals.
Moretti comes to Richmond from Florida Gulf Coast University where he spent the 2013-15 academic years. While there he was the primary contact for the women’s soccer and baseball programs and served as the primary video production contact for the athletic department. He oversaw four Atlantic Sun Tournaments, two for both baseball and soccer, on FGCU’s campus and also served as the host SID for the 2014 NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament first round match at the FGCU Soccer Complex.
Moretti began his professional career at St. Bonaventure University where he served as the Assistant Director of Sports Information. While there he served as the media and public relations contact for women's basketball, men's soccer, softball and lacrosse while handling all video production for department.
Moretti served as an intern in the Sports Information Office at St. Bonaventure for three years. As an intern he gained experience writing for GoBonnies.com for all 14 varsity sports. In 2011 and 2012, Moretti was involved in the department’s increasing presence in social and new media, primarily YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook. During his senior year he produced, cut, edited and voiced over many post-game and season highlights exclusively for women’s basketball. He helped plan, coordinated and executed the 2011 “Brown and White Night.” Moretti also designed, created, produced and edited “A Legacy Defined” – a film created for the Athletic Department which told the story of the 2011-12 basketball seasons.
Moretti graduated from St. Bonaventure in May 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in Sports Studies. The Wellsville, N.Y. native spent the previous four years serving as a manager for the women’s basketball team where he oversaw video coordinator duties during his senior season in which the Bonnies advanced to the Sweet 16.