Riley Hubbard currently serves as a production assistant and technical engineer at the Auburn Network. A position he has held since August of 2016. In this role, Hubbard assists with live broadcasts, serves as an on-air co-host and substitute host, manages the Auburn Network’s automation systems, and produces on-air advertisements and imaging. Hubbard formerly served as the executive producer for Auburn High Football on Wings 94.3 and provided commentary for Auburn High Baseball on ESPN 106.7 from 2016-2018.
During his time with the Auburn Network, Hubbard has been recognized by the Alabama Broadcasters' Association on two different occasions- most recently in 2022 for his time as host of their signature program, Auburn/Opelika This Morning, which was named the best small market talk show in the state.
In addition to his role with Auburn Network, Hubbard also works as a graduate assistant in the Auburn Athletics Department where he is the primary sports information contact for women's golf, men's tennis, and women's tennis as well as assist in sports information efforts for football, men's basketball, women's basketball.
Prior to his time in Auburn Athletics Communications, Hubbard served as a Player Development & Data Analyst for the Auburn University Baseball program for three seasons under head coach Butch Thompson, including the Men's College World Series team in 2022 (August 2019- June 2022). In this position, Hubbard was responsible for all the program's sports technology, film, and analytics capturing/breakdowns as well as assisting in advance team scouting efforts. Hubbard managed the team’s usage of TrackMan Baseball, XOS Cloud Video Software, Rapsodo Baseball, BLAST Baseball, PulseTHROW wearable technology, WINReality Virtual Reality Baseball, Synergy Sports Technology, and TruMedia, among other technologies for Auburn Baseball.
Hubbard is a native of Auburn, Alabama, is a 2018 graduate of Auburn High School where he played on the varsity golf team and is a 2022 graduate of the Harbert College of Business (BS- Business Administration). He plans to complete his Masters of Business Administration from the Harbert College of Business in December of 2023.
Hubbard is also an active member of Auburn Community Church where he serves as a volunteer on their production team and formerly as a community group facilitator. In his free time, Hubbard enjoys watching sporting events, golfing, fishing, and spending time in fellowship with friends.