Labrador Sports has been conceptualized and built by Ryan Gilbert and Eric Schell dating back to spring of 2017. Their history of working together, however, extends far beyond the last year. Ryan and Eric began working together in 2011 at each of their first tries in the professional world. The relationship that developed in their time working together professionally is one that they have continued to tap into today. Now working on Lacrosse Lab, Ryan acts as the CTO and lead developer while Eric provides product vision, marketing, and business development as the CEO.
Labrador Sports is committed to building the most comprehensive software available to the sports coaching community. Starting with our best-in-class playbook designer, we have used our vast technical expertise with sports knowledge to help keep your team engaged off the field.
We're not done yet. We will continue to deliver new, innovative solutions to help you teach your players the fundamentals of team strategy, track their progress and help them grow as players.
Eric currently resides in Baltimore, Maryland. He coaches U-13 Club Lacrosse, which has become the source of much of Labrador Sports' inspiration. In college, Eric played at both the Division-I and Division-III levels. Professionally, Eric serves as a software product manager for a local company.
Ryan is a software engineer. He lives and breathes technology. He is passionate about effective and modern user interface design and implementation in software development. In his free time, Ryan enjoys playing video game and live music.
Magnolia serves the hardest role on the team, our mascot. Magnolia enjoys watching live lacrosse, hunting down ground balls and befriending other furry mascots.