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Tim Rosenfeld
Tim  Rosenfeld

Assistant Coach

Alma Mater:
University of Toronto, 1994

Tim Rosenfeld enters his ninth season as an associate coach with the Wisconsin women's soccer program in 2015.

Keith Tiemeyer
The Rosenfeld File
Name: Tim Rosenfeld
Hometown: Thunder Bay, Ontario
Alma Mater: University of Toronto, 1994
Collegiate Coaching Experience
• Assistant Coach, Wisconsin, 2007-Present
• Assistant Coach, Penn State (women's), 2001-06
• Assistant Coach, Penn State (men's), 1996
Additional Coaching Experience
• Assistant Coach, Canadian Soccer Academy, 1997-2000

Named the 2014 NSCAA Great Lakes Region Assistant Coach of the Year, Rosenfeld was instrumental in guiding Wisconsin to the winningest season in program history. The Badgers finished 19-3-2 in 2014, winning the Big Ten tournament and advancing to the second round of the NCAA tournament.

Working primarily with goalkeepers and strikers, Rosenfeld saw his work with Genevieve Richard come to fruition in 2014 as she became the second Big Ten Goalkeeper of the Year in UW history. Richard and Rose Lavelle also became the program's first NSCAA All-Americans since 2000. Cara Walls, Lavelle, Kinley McNicoll and Richard earned first-team All-Big Ten accolades, while Brianna Stelzer was second team All-Big Ten. Lavelle, McNicoll, Richard, Stelzer and Walls each earned All-Great Lakes Region recognition, as well.

Under the guidance of Rosenfeld, Richard began her ascent in 2013 posting 80 saves and a .784 saves percentage, catapulting herself into the Big Ten Goalkeeper of the Year conversation. Rosenfeld's work helped Richard earn Big Ten Goalkeeper of the Week once in 2013, while tallying five shutouts.

The development and success of 2011 Big Ten Goalkeeper of the Year Michele Dalton is a testament to the work Rosenfeld puts in with UW's keepers. Dalton become UW's 15th first-team All-Big Ten honoree in 2011 following a season in which she earned 98 saves and a .831 saves percentage to go along with six shutouts.

Rosenfeld joined the Badgers in 2007 after six years as an assistant at Penn State. Aside from his duties on the coaching staff, Rosenfeld also handles scheduling, recruiting, travel and youth camps.

Rosenfeld was instrumental in the development of the program's goalkeepers at Penn State, most recently two-time All-American and Canadian national team member Erin McLeod. He also coached three-time All-American Emily Oleksiuk, who was drafted in the 2001 WUSA draft by Carolina Courage, and Amanda Brown, who played on the 2006 Canada Senior National Team.

Rosenfeld, who holds a Canadian Soccer Association "B" coaching license, first arrived at Penn State as an assistant coach for the Nittany Lion men's team during the 1996 season. After spending three years at St. Francis, he returned to Penn State as an assistant with the women's program in 2001. He also served as an instructor in the university's department of kinesiology for four years.

Before arriving in Happy Valley for a second time, Rosenfeld was the head women's coach at St. Francis (Pa.) from 1998-2000.

Prior to first joining the Penn State staff, Rosenfeld coached at the Canadian Soccer Academy for two years and coached at his alma mater for two seasons.

A Thunder Bay, Ontario, native, Rosenfeld received a bachelor's degree in physical education from the University of Toronto in 1994. As a collegiate player, Rosenfeld, a goalkeeper, captained the squad as a senior and was a member of the provincial and national team programs from 1986-90. Upon graduation, he played professionally for 10 seasons in the Canadian Soccer League.

Rosenfeld and his wife, Tracey, have two daughters, Jaime and Jordan.

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