Audibert, Amy

Audibert, Amy
English Basketball
1991 - Present
Amy Audibert attended A.N. Myer where she excelled at basketball and was considered a top ranking post player in Ontario. She was awarded the Harold Biggar Niagara Falls Player of the Year twice and was inducted onto the A.N. Myer Sports Wall of Distinction in 2010. Amy played four years for the University of Miami Hurricanes. She was team captain in her senior year and named to the All-ACC Academic team. Amy also shared her passion and knowledge of basketball as a former Assistant Coach for the Brock Badgers women’s and the Niagara Knights men’s basketball teams.After university, Amy pursued a diploma in Broadcasting –Radio, Television, and Film at Niagara College. Soon after graduating, Amy began her career in broadcasting by calling NCAA Division 1 games for Canisius College and eventually the University at Buffalo. Since that time, she has had many broadcasting roles and has served as a Television Colour Analyst with the Atlanta Dream (WNBA), the Raptors 905 (NBA G League), and as the Courtside Reporter with the Canadian Elite Basketball League. In 2021, Amy made history twice in one week. On March 19th, during the Toronto Raptors-Utah Jazz game, on TSN 1050, Audibert became the first woman to call analysis on a Raptors radio broadcast.On March 24th, 2021 Amy was a member of the first all-female broadcast crew for a televised NBA game between the Toronto Raptors and Denver Nuggets. On September 23, 2021, it was announced that Amy had joined the NBA Toronto Raptors Sportsnet broadcast team as Courtside Analyst and Reporter.