QB Coach, Princeton
About this speaker
Mark Rosenbaum, who spent two seasons as an offensive assistant at Rutgers, has made an immediate impact as a coach for Princeton. The 2021 season saw Princeton go 9-1 and earn an Ivy League title, its third in five seasons. Prior to Princeton, Rosenbaum spent two seasons primarily working with the wide receivers at Rutgers. Previous to that, he coached wide receivers at Moravian College during the 2015 season. With the Greyhounds, Rosenbaum performed a variety of roles that included instructing, preparing and organizing long term goals of the football program along with increasing efficiency of the day-to-day operations. With the receivers, he directed daily meetings to cover passing concepts, run game responsibilities and techniques pertaining to receiver play.
Rosenbaum previously worked at his alma mater, Susquehanna, as an offseason student assistant from Nov. 2010 to March 2014.