Matt Barnthouse has over a decade of experience in basketball at the high school and college levels, featuring stints at Cincinnati, Ole Miss, Hamilton Southeastern (IN) High School, and Carmel (IN) High School.

Barnthouse is currently working full time in marketing while coaching high school basketball in winters. From 2019-2021 Barnthouse served as director of digital content for startups Rising Coaches and All-Access Network, helping launch the brands as a behemoths in college coaching circles.  

From 2017-2019, Barnthouse worked as an adjunct professor at the University of Cincinnati while working as a Volunteer Multimedia Recruiting Assistant for Cincinnati Bearcats Men’s Basketball. While at Cincinnati, the Bearcats won the 2018 and 2019 American Athletic Conference Championships, and had two NCAA tournament appearances.   

Barnthouse spent four years as a student-manager and assistant recruiting coordinator with the Ole Miss Men’s Basketball team, helping them to four winning seasons, as well as an NCAA Tournament appearance in 2015.

While at Ole Miss, Barnthouse assisted in all parts of basketball operations, including recruiting, on-court drills, analytics, and film. Following his four-year stint with the Rebels, the redshirt junior declared for the 2017 NBA Draft, where he went undrafted.

After his Spring 2017 graduation from Ole Miss with a degree in Journalism, Barnthouse spent the summer as a basketball coach at Camp Androscoggin, one of the northeast’s oldest and most prestigious summer camps.

Barnthouse got his start in basketball as student manager for Carmel High School (IN) from 2010-13, where he led the film program. Barnthouse helped the Greyhounds win the 2012 and 2013 IHSAA Class 4A State Championships, the second and third in school history.

Barnthouse resides in Indianapolis, Indiana, and spends his free time watching film, both basketball and Netflix. Follow Matt on Twitter: @MattBarnthouse.