Rosen joins the NSU coaching staff after spending two years at Davidson College as the associate head coach and recruiting coordinator. In the past year, Rosen helped improve the Wildcats' hitting percentage by over .100 and coached All-Academic and All-Atlantic 10 Conference team member Mason Rooney and A-10 All-Rookie member Ellie Crosley.
In addition to coaching for the Wildcats, Rosen also has been serving as the Carolina Juniors Club Director and National Team Head Coach since Nov. 2008. Since his start, he has coached seven consecutive teams to USAV National Championship bids and has also coached four consecutive recipients of the NC Gatorade Player of the Year award and one AVCA First Team All-American.
Prior to starting at Davidson, Rosen spent seven years (July 2009-May 2016) as the girl's head volleyball coach at Charlotte Country Day School. During his tenure, he coached the program to an overall record of 169-66, earning two state championship and conference championship titles in 2013 and 2014. After those two stellar seasons, he was named the Charlotte Observer Coach of the Year. In 2012 and 2013, he was named the South Charlotte News & South Charlotte Weekly Coach of the Year while also being nominated as the AVCA National HS Coach of the Year in 2012, 2013 and 2014. In addition, he was honored with the AVCA Thirty Under 30 award in 2013; one of just two high school coaches to receive the honor.
Immediately before joining the Wildcats, Rosen served as the head coach at Providence High School, producing an undefeated regular season for conference and tournament titles, garnering 2016 Conference and South Charlotte Weekly Coach of the Year honors.
Since the start of his coaching career in 2005, Rosen has also spent time as a volunteer assistant coach at Winthrop and the head coach of the men and women's club volleyball teams at the University of South Carolina.
Rosen earned his bachelor's degree in Sport and Entertainment Management, graduating cum laude from the University of South Carolina in 2008. Originally from Altamonte Springs, Rosen will be joined in Fort Lauderdale by his wife Angelica and their daughter Bryce.
Teitelbaum was named the Assistant Volleyball Coach in the spring of 2018 and will enter her first season in the fall.
“Selene is a tremendous addition to our program,” boasted King. “With over 15 years of college coaching experience from all over the country, especially her time at Winona State in the NSIC, she brings a wealth of information and new training techniques and philosophies to our gym. Being a local club coach has afforded her the chance to watch our program develop and be ready to dive right in, and her recruiting connections in Florida will make an immediate impact in the search for future Sharks. We cannot be happier to have her join our Shark family.”
“I am absolutely thrilled and incredibly grateful for the opportunity to join the NSU athletic department as the assistant volleyball coach,” explained Teitelbaum. “I look forward to working with the talented and hard-working group of student-athletes and helping to improve the program in every way possible alongside Coach King. Go Sharks!”
Teitelbaum spent one season at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse in 2014 as the assistant women’s volleyball coach, but before that was at Winona State University for four (2010-14). While there she held the title of Associate Head Women’s Volleyball Coach/Student-Athlete Academic Advisor and Physical Education Instructor. The Warriors have improved during each of her seasons on the bench, posting 20 victories for the first time since 1993 during the 2012 season. WSU went 20-11 on the year, setting a new program record for consecutive victories in the process with 15.
Prior to joining the Winona State staff, Teitelbaum spent six seasons as the head coach at California-Santa Cruz. She was also an assistant with the school’s men’s program for three seasons. At UC-Santa Cruz, Teitelbaum posted an overall record of 88-98, leading the team to back-to-back 20-win seasons. She coached 11 NCAA Division III All-Americans and had six consecutive seasons with players in the AVCA 30 Dig Club.
She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), as well as a Certified CrossFit Level II Trainer and an ACE Certified Personal Trainer. She is a Gold Medal Squared member and is CAP Level I Certified.
Dimke, an NCAA Div. I volleyball student-athlete at Purdue and Creighton and a two-season beach volleyball student-athlete at the University of South Carolina, rounds out the NSU volleyball coaching staff of three, including head coach Brian Rosen and assistant coach Selene Teitelbaum.
"We have hit the jackpot with Lydia Dimke. As a student-athlete at Purdue and Creighton, she went to the NCAA Tournament three times, was named an All-American and First Team All-Big East twice, and the Big East Player of the Year as a junior. She was one of the most dominant setters in the country, piling up over 1000 assists in each of her seasons at Creighton. She helped lead her team to the Elite Eight in 2016 and round of 32 in 2017. I love that she has trained under two of the best coaches in the game today in Dave Shondell and Kirsten Bernthal Booth. While getting a masters at the University of South Carolina, she also played two seasons of beach volleyball, making it to the NCAA tournament in 2018."
Dimke finished her indoor career with 2,769 assists, averaging 8.37 a set. Offensively, she racked up 319 kills with a hitting percentage of .319, while adding 70 service aces. Defensively, she picked up 749 digs and made 144 total blocks. Throughout the course of her career, Dimke garnered numerous awards and honors, listed at the bottom of this page.
"Lydia will be able to come in right away and make an impact in our program," boasted Rosen. "She will work closely with our setters and help develop the speed of our offense. She will bring new ideas and strategies learned during her playing career under such great coaches. She will help with recruiting, especially in the Midwest. Lydia has an incredible personality and strong faith that will resonate with our student-athletes.
Emily Loutzenhiser (O'Neil) joins the Nova Southeasern volleyball staff as an assistant coach starting the the spring of 2020. Loutzenhiser, an NCAA Div. I volleyball student-athlete at the University of Northern Colorado, makes it three members on the NSU volleyball coaching staff, including Rosen and assistant coach Selene Teitelbaum.
"I am so excited to welcome Emily to our coaching staff," explained Rosen. "From our first conversation, I could feel her excitement for coaching and knew she could add something special to our program. The fact that she is from the South Florida area, coaches at one of the top clubs in the area, and has high-level DI playing experience were added bonuses. Emily will be able to start right away and train our middles and right sides, a position of incredible talent on our roster. I cannot wait to see the development of our offense and blocking with her guidance.
The best part about Emily is her shared passion for our program and belief in what we can accomplish. After meeting our players, she learned very quickly why Selene and I rave about them as individuals and their competitive work ethic on and off the court. Emily is ready to help the Sharks achieve their goals in the 2020 season and beyond, and I can't wait to get started working with her."
Loutzenhiser graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with a degree in nutrition. She finished her three year Bear volleyball career with 522 kills, hitting over .270 each year. Defensively, she racked up 232 blocks. Throughout the course of her career, Loutzenhiser garnered numerous awards and honors, including 2017 Big Sky All-Conference. 3x Big Sky Academic All-Conference, and Team Captain.
"I'm thrilled to be joining the Sharks volleyball staff," exclaimed Loutzenhiser. "There is something really special about the culture of this group, and I'm excited to be a part of what Brian, Selene, and these student-athletes already started here. We are a part of an incredible volleyball conference, and I can't wait to help make an impact with this team."
Since graduation, Loutzenhiser has been coaching national teams at Tribe Volleyball Club and assisting the varsity team at her alma mater, Chaminade-Madonna High School. She lives in Miami Gardens with her husband, Matt, and daughter, Joss.