Mike Rosenbaum

  • A journalist who has covered sports for WABX-FM radio
  • Member Track and Field Writers of America
  • Wrote bi-weekly sports coverage for a local newspaper and a national publication group
  • Co-wrote Wolverine: A Photographic History of Michigan Football (MHP Publishing, 1st edition, 2015)​​
  • Wrote Restoring the Tradition: Michigan Basketball's Journey from Cazzie Russell to Trey Burke (University Michigan Press, 2014)


Mike Rosenbaum is a former writer for ThoughtCo who wrote articles about track and field for eight years. Mike was a sportscaster at WABX-FM radio doing play-by-play reporting. He has covered sports for the Observer & Eccentric Newspapers, part of USA Today, The Detroit Jewish News, Hockey Digest, and other publications.

Mike's sports writing has won awards from the Michigan Press Association. He wrote a book about the University of Michigan's basketball team, Restoring the Tradition: Michigan Basketball's Journey from Cazzie Russell to Trey Burke (University Michigan Press, 2014) and co-wrote Wolverine: A Photographic History of Michigan Football (MHP Publishing, 1st edition, 2015). Mike is a member of the Track and Field Writers of America. 


Mike Rosenbaum earned a Bachelor Arts (B.A.) in Communications from the University of Michigan.​

Awards and Publications


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