Dan Lauletta was named the Coordinator of Sports Information for Wilmington University in January, 2012. He is responsible for the promotion and publicity efforts for 16 Wildcat varsity teams, as well as club cheerleading. He oversees all maintenance of the WilmU athletics website and maintenance of the athletic department's social media, statistics, and webcasting efforts.
During Lauletta's tenure, Wilmington maneuvered its in-house website to a Presto Sports client in the spring of 2015. He is also responsible for the creation of the athletic departments three social media identities: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. As of the end of the summer of 2019, the Wilmington Athletics Twitter account (@WilmUAthletics) and Instagram account (@WilmUWildcats) had the most followers in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference.
Since Lauletta started working with the Wildcats with the 2012 New Year, he has seen 23 CACC Tournament Championship runs, 25 trips to NCAA Division II East Regional Tournaments, three NCAA Division II East Regional Tournament Championships, and seven trips to the NCAA Division II National Championships combined among the department's 16 programs.
Lauletta is an active CoSIDA member, the D2SIDA Men's Basketball National and East Region Poll Coordinator that is produced weekly throughout the basketball season, and the D2CCA Softball East Regional Coordinator that produces the All-Region Teams.
Prior to Wilmington University, Lauletta served as an intern in the Sports Information Department at the University of Delaware under Scott Selheimer for a year and half. While at Delaware, he was responsible for the promotion and publicity of the Blue Hen field hockey, volleyball, men's and women's swimming, rowing, and baseball teams. He also assisted in the Multimedia Department under Jimmy Smith.
Lauletta received his start in the sports information world as an intern at Juniata College under Pete Lefresne. While at Juniata, he was responsible for the promotion and publicity of the Eagles field hockey, men's and women's soccer, men's basketball, swimming, track & field, and baseball programs, as well as all the multimedia efforts for the entire department.
Lauletta graduated from Elizabethtown College with a B.A. in Mass Communications in May, 2009. He was a four-year member of the baseball team, helping the team to three Commonwealth Conference Tournament Championships and three appearances in the NCAA Division III Regional Tournaments as a reliever.
Lauletta and his wife, Rachel, reside in Oxford, Pa.