Bradley "Fritz" Rosenberg begins his first season as a volunteer assistant coach with Kentucky after spending the 2009 season as an assistant at NAIA member St. Francis.
With St. Francis, Rosenberg was responsible for defensive training, opponent scouting, statistics, recruiting and fundraising. St. Francis placed third in the Mid-Central Conference and was led by NAIA All-America middle blocker Michelle Rumschlag.
Rosenberg coached with Asics Munciana Club Volleyball for three seasons between 2006-10. Most recently Rosenberg's club team placed fifth at the AAU nationals at the 17 Club division level.
Prior to his stint with St. Francis, Rosenberg worked with the Ball State club teams for three years. As a co-head coach of the Ball State women's squad the Cardinals amassed a 108-6 overall record which included 16 tournament championships. The squad captured third place in 2007 and fifth in both 2006 and 2008 at the NIRSA Division I Championships. For his efforts in 2007, where the Cardinals were ranked No. 1 in the nation in seven consecutive weeks, Rosenberg was named the NIRSA Women's Division National Co-Head Coach of the Year.
Rosenberg also spent time as the head coach, president and was also a player for the Ball State men's club squad. After suffering a 2-38 season prior to his arrival, Rosenberg helped lead the Cardinals to a 27-26 record in 2006 and a 35-16 clip in 2007. As the president and head coach, Rosenberg's duties included fundraising for the entire season's budget. He coordinated travel arrangements for all tournaments, as well as practice preparations, while also leading the recruiting efforts.
In addition to his collegiate and club coaching experience, Rosenberg also helped guide the Muncie Central High School team as an assistant coach. In 2006, Muncie was the state runner-up and in 2007 the squad spent the majority of the season rated as the No. 1 team in Indiana. Rosenberg also served as the head coach of the freshman team which posted a 16-0 clip in 2007.
Rosenberg has been a mainstay at several elite summer camps including top collegiate programs in Kentucky, Notre Dame and Indiana. He also contributed as a camp Club Fusion, Molten Volleyball and Bradley University camps.
A native of St. Charles, Ill., Rosenberg graduated from Ball State in 2008 with a degree in Sport Administration and a minor in Business.
As a volunteer assistant at Kentucky he joins two other Ball State veterans. Head coach Craig Skinner and assistant coach Chris Beerman are also graduates of Ball State.