Aseem Rastogi joins the Brandeis women’s basketball staff for the 2019-20 season as an assistant coach.
Rastogi has coached girls and basketball at the scholastic level in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., for the past seven years. Last season as the head varsity coach at South County High School in Lorton, Virginia, he coached his team to a record-breaking season. The team achieved its first-ever ranking in The Washington Post (#18), as well as set school records for points in a game (81), 3-pointers made in a season (124), assists in a season (308), and points in a season (1257).
Before that, at W.T. Woodson High, he helped the program host its first district playoff game and appear in its first regional playoff game in 5 years. During this time, Rastogi developed 9 different all-district players and coordinated the first-ever girls elite camp in the history of Northern Virginia girls basketball. Prior to that, Rastogi spent 2012-13 at Division I Virginia Commonwealth University as Director of Player Personnel and Interim Director of Basketball Operations.
Currently, Rastogi is a business teacher at Holliston High School who is serving as one of four Regional Leadership Coaches with Lead ‘Em Up, a nationwide youth, high school, and college sports leadership program. He is also active writing for Her Hoop Stats, covering the WNBA and women's college basketball through analytics and film breakdown, and FastModel Sports.
Rastogi received his B.S. in physical education and sport management from Old Dominion University in 2010 and his M.Ed. in Adult/Higher Education Administration & Intercollegiate Athletic Administration from the University of Oklahoma in 2012. He lives in North Attleboro with his fiancée Becca.