The first two-time National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) First Team All-America selection in MIAC men's basketball history, Isaac Rosefelt starred at center for the University of St. Thomas from 2004-07. Rosefelt played in 80 games over three seasons for the Tommies, collecting 44 double-doubles during his career and becoming the first player in two-plus decades to lead the conference in rebounding for three consecutive seasons. One of just four two-time MIAC Men's Basketball Player of the Year honorees in history, Rosefelt led the Tommies to back-to-back regular season and playoff titles in 2006 and 2007, helping the team to a 62-18 record during his time on the court.
Rosefelt finished his collegiate career with 68 double-figure scoring games, totaling 1,367 points, 859 rebounds, and 177 blocks. In July of 2007, the 6-foot-8 Rosefelt began his professional career, competing in Spain, Portugal, and France before settling in with the Israeli Basketball Premier League. He has since become a four-time Israeli League All-Star and was part of Hapoel Jerusalem's Israeli League championship squad in 2017. He joined Hapoel Haifa of the Israeli National League in July of 2019.