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Aseem Rastogi

WT Woodson Girls Basketball Contributor since 06/02/16

About Aseem Rastogi

Aseem Rastogi brings over 15 years of coaching experience to FastModel Sports, having coached at all levels to include youth, middle school, high school boys and girls, Elite girls AAU, Division I Women's College Basketball, and Semi-Pro men's basketball. Aseem currently serves as the Head Girls' Varsity Basketball Coach at W.T. Woodson High School in Fairfax, VA, also his alma mater. At Woodson, he has installed "Chaos," a brand of basketball predicated on offensive and defensive unpredictability as well as relentless enthusiasm. In addition to coaching at the school, Aseem also teaches business and information technology. You can check out his leadership blog, The Winner's Edge, give him a follow on Twitter (@Rastogi_Aseem, @wtw_gbb), and on Instagram @arastogi29.

Prior to coaching at Woodson, Coach Rastogi served as the director of recruiting and an assistant coach within an elite girls' basketball club program in Montgomery County, MD. He also coached at Richard Montgomery high school as an assistant coach on the boys side. Before transitioning to coaching high school-age student-athletes, Coach Rastogi spent time at the Division I level as the Director of Player Personnel, Director of Basketball Operations, and interim assistant coach with VCU Women's Basketball. 

Aseem has a Master's Degree in Adult and Higher Education from the University of Oklahoma - during his time in Norman, he was able to learn from Sherri Coale and the phenomenal administration at OU as an Athletics Diversity Council Graduate Assistant, as well as coach high school boys basketball at Norman North High School. He received his B.S. in Sport Management from Old Dominion University, where he was mentored closely by Wendy Larry and Nikita Lowry-Dawkins as a member of the women's basketball team's managerial staff among numerous other responsibilities on campus.

Coach Rastogi's ultimate goal for his life in basketball is to give as much back to players as possible, helping them use basketball as a vehicle for life experience and confidence. 

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Basketball Play - South Carolina (W) - Horns 53 High Low

South Carolina (W) - Horns 53 High Low

Aseem Rastogi 04/01/2017

With 5:57 left in their Final Four matchup with Stanford, Coach Dawn Staley called this Horns set to get a quick high low for their 3 player who was being guarded by a smaller defender. South Carolina loves to run their high low action with A'Ja Wilson and Alaina Coates, but with Coates nursing an injury, they had to turn to an unconventional high low action to keep it rolling. See More

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