Ben Rosenfeld

Ben  Rosenfeld

Last College:
UMass ('06)

Director of Basketball Operations

3rd Season

7th Season


Schilter Added to Hoops Staff

Alexander Schilter has been named Director of Basketball Operations for the LMU men's basketball program.


Lions' All-Access interview with the Director of Operations

Lions' All-Access interview with Director of Basketball Operations Ben Rosenfeld


Men's Basketball: LMU vs. Portland

LMU 62, Portland 59 - Jan. 28, 2012


Men's Basketball: 2011 WCC Tournament - First Round

LMU 72, Portland 68


Men's Basketball: LMU vs. Portland

LMU vs. Portland, Gersten Pavilion, Family Weekend, Feb. 12, 2011

Been Rosenfeld was named the LMU men's basketball Director of Basketball Operations in June of 2010 after spending the 2009 as an assistant coach at Franklin Pierce University. The 2012-13 season is his third at LMU and seventh overall in coaching.

He spent one year at Franklin Pierce in Rindge, N.H., organizing all individual workouts, scouting reports, travel itineraries, film exchange and recruiting schedules.

During his time there, he earned his MBA in Leadership, earning a 3.8 GPA in the one-year accelerated program. "Ben has a bright future ahead of him and we are very thankful that he will be a part of the LMU program," said Good, who knew Rosenfeld from when he coached on the east coast at Bryant College. "He is a very hard working and enthusiastic individual."

Rosenfeld has shown why he has a bright future, taking over most of the Lions' daily operations, including film exchange, the student manager program, LMU Cares and community services initiatives, the LMU Summer Camps, while also being involved in travel, academic performance and day to day office operations.

Prior to joining Franklin Pierce, Rosenfeld spent three years at The Winchendon School in Winchendon, Mass. He joined the school in September of 2006 and then left in June to join Franklin Pierce. While at Winchendon, he served as assistant varsity coach for three ears and junior varsity coach for one. He also was an American Culture Teacher, Academic Advisor and Dorm Parent.

He graduated from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Management. During his time there, he was a student manager for the men's basketball staff.


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