Hannah Delph
Hannah Delph
Title: Director of Compliance and Academic Services
Phone: 863-680-4506
Email: hdelph@flsouthern.edu
Alma Mater: Florida State, 2014

Hannah Delph joined the athletic department at Florida Southern in 2016, and currently serves as the Director of Compliance and Academic Services. In her role Delph oversees all areas of NCAA compliance, working closely with coaches and student-athletes to ensure that all eligibility standars are met and maintained. She serves as the department's academic advisor and is the staff advisory to FSC's Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC). During her time at Florida Southern, she has instituted an eligibility protocol for transfer student-athletes, established new policies and procedures for the monitoring of academic eligibility for current student-athletes, and created an orientation program for all incoming student-athletes. She received her NCAA Compliance Education Certification in 2016. Prior to her time at Florida Southern, Delph served as an intern at the Atlantic Coast Conference office in Greensboro, NC where she worked directly with all ACC Championships. She also has experience in marketing and public relations, having spent time as a public relations assistant for 180 Communications and completing an internship as a marketing intern for Seminole Boosters, Inc.

  • Member - National Association for Athletic Compliance (NAAC) Membership and Awards Committee
  • Member - Women Leaders in College Sports Membership Committee

A 2014 graduate of Florida State University, Delph also holds a master's degree in sport management from FSU. A former student-athlete for the Seminoles, Delph swam at Florida State from 2010-14, competing in the 50 and 100 freestyle as well as the 100 fly. At Florida State, she served as team captain and was SAAC president. Her husband, Josh, was an outfielder for the Seminoles, and was drafted by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in the 2015 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft. He spent two seasons in the Angels' Minor League system.