Mike Radomski is a senior at Quinnipiac University majoring in broadcast journalism and focusing on a Sports Studies minor. Mike was formerly the co-sports director of the student radio station WQAQ. He is also a play by play broadcaster for the Bobcat Sports Network, the beat reporter for the baseball team, and the host of the “Mike and Mike Sports Show” on WQAQ.
Mike has been on the WQAQ airwaves for two years as a host of the “Rad Radio Sports Show” before starting the “Mike and Mike Sports Show” with Mike Silverman in 2008. He has also been a veteran on the Bobcat Sports Network as a play-by-play broadcaster for many sports including men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer, softball and baseball.
Mike always had a love for sports growing up playing soccer, basketball, and baseball in his spare time. His passion for sports and broadcasting didn’t start until high school when he joined BCTV his freshman year at Bergen Catholic in New Jersey. Mike learned the ropes his freshman year before becoming the sports anchor/producer his sophomore year. He held the position until senior year where he added the role of director to the mix. At Bergen Catholic, Mike worked for the student newspaper, “The Herald,” as the sports editor his junior year and as the editor-in-chief during his senior campaign. He also served as the PA voice of the Bergen Catholic Crusaders’ soccer team in 2005 as well.
In college, Mike immediately became involved with WQAQ and Q30, the student-run television station. He served as the floor manager for Q30 news before moving up to weatherman in the spring of 2007. Mike then took the anchor chair at the sports desk for his sophomore year on Q30.
Over his seven years in sports reporting, Mike has received numerous awards for his work ethic, drive and dedication. At Bergen Catholic, he was awarded the Senior Awards for Outstanding Achievement for Newspaper and BCTV. At Quinnipiac, Mike received the Rookie of the Semester Award and the Staff Member of the Semester Award for the WQAQ Sports Department before winning the Broadcaster of the Year award in 2007.
For the past two summers, Mike was the Director of Media Relations and Broadcasting for the Pittsfield Dukes/American Defenders of the NECBL. He helped set up interviews for players and coaches with local media as well as taking care of press releases and game summaries. He traveled to all regular season and postseason games, home and away, and broadcasted the games for the NECBL Broadcast Network.
Mike was born and raised in Saddle Brook, N.J., with his younger brother Brian, his mother Alicia and his father John.