Tony Palmieri, who has worked in football video coordination since 2008, including the last five seasons at the University of Richmond, was named video coordinator for the University of Delaware football program on Jan. 5, 2017.
In his role at Delaware, he will coordinate all practice and game video needs for the UD football program, supervise student workers, and create highlight and recruiting videos.
A 2009 graduate of the University of North Florida with a communications degree in electronic media, Palmieri has worked in both the National Football League and collegiate football ranks during his career.
Before arriving at Richmond, he worked for one season as an assistant video coordinator for the NFL Jacksonville Jaguars in 2008, served one season as football video coordinator at Yale University in 2009, spent a season with the Hartford Colonials of the United Football League in 2010, and served as a volunteer with the NFL New York Giants in 2011.
While at Richmond, he worked closely with the football staff and his work helped the Spiders advance to the NCAA playoffs three straight years in 2012-16.
Palmieri and his wife, Sabrina, will reside in the Newark area. His father, Jerry, is a longtime strength and conditioning coach in the National Football League and currently works with the New York Giants.
THE TONY PALMIERI FILE
Anthony Rocco “Tony” Palmieri (“paul-mary”)
Born: December 18, 1985
Hometown: Destrehan, La. (Destrehan HS)
Degree: University of North Florida ’09 (Electronic Media)
Family: Wife, Sabrina
2008 - Jacksonville Jaguars (Assistant Video Coordinator)
2009 - Yale University (Football Video Coordinator)
2010 - Hartford Colonials (UFL) (Assistant Video Coordinator)
2011 - New York Giants (Volunteer Assistant Editor)
2012-16 - University of Richmond (Athletics Video Coordinator)
2017-Present - Delaware (Video Coordinator)
|High School:||Providence/Destrehan (La.)|
|Alma Mater:||North Florida|