TUBBS'S WASHINGTON STATE CAREER
FRESHMAN (2008): Played in 19 games, including eight starts...batted .304 with one double, one home run, and four RBI...drilled two-run double in first-collegiate at bat, Feb. 29 vs. Wright State...homered against Wright State, March 1...two hits vs. No. 12 California, March 21.
TUBBS'S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Earned three varsity letters in baseball and basketball and two in football...played baseball for Russ Hayden...received coach's award in basketball and was second team all-league in baseball as a sophomore...as a junior, named second team all-league in football...team won South Puget Sound League North championship...team MVP and most inspirational in basketball...honorable mention all-league...baseball team captured SPSL North crown and placed fourth in State...second team all-league and first team all-area...team's most inspirational player...as a senior, first team all-league and all-area, second team All-State in football...first team all-league in basketball...first team all-league, all-area, All-State in baseball...Seattle Times Athlete of the Year.
Full name Riley Gravis Tubbs...born in Ogden, Utah...age 19...father Russell and mother Connie...has three older siblings, brothers Nathan and Nick and sister Suzie...enjoys bowling and camping...interested in communication major at WSU.