Indiana Primetime Sports, a youth sports organization, was developed by two friends who had an idea to create sports programs that would be valuable and fun for children. Brandon Lafferman and Ryan Cole graduated from Butler University in 2007 where they studied Physical Education and Health. During their college years, they spent numerous hours discussing the importance of youth sports and the impact it has on a child’s physical, mental, and social development. As they became more involved in teaching and coaching in the Indianapolis area, they realized that many young athletes in the local communities could benefit from their vision. Through their own youth sports experiences and teaching backgrounds, they set out to provide children of all skill levels with a high-quality athletic experience that would be unmatched. This is how Indiana Primetime Sports came to life!
RYAN COLE / CO-FOUNDERryan@indianaprimetimesports.com
Ryan Cole is the co-founder of Indiana Primetime Sports and played a large role in starting the company in 2007. Ryan attended Butler University, where he played football and earned his degree in Physical Education and Health. Ryan then went on to become a high school teacher, Strength and Conditioning Coordinator, and football/basketball coach for 3 years at Garrett High School. After stepping away from teaching, Ryan brought an exceptional background in football, fitness, basketball, and baseball to Indiana Primetime Sports. From 2011-2013, Ryan also served as the Wide Receivers coach at Brebeuf Jesuit.
Coach Cole started the Primetime Baseball program in 2013. Since then, has helped the organization grow from 2 teams to 24 teams. Ryan also started the Primetime Flag Football league and looks forward to bringing the league to the Finch Creek Fieldhouse. Ryan and his wife, Lauren, currently reside in Indianapolis.
BRANDON LAFFERMAN / CO-FOUNDERbrandon@indianaprimetimesports.com
Brandon Lafferman is a graduate of Butler University, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Education. He has a passion for helping young athletes develop their strengths—physically, mentally, and emotionally—through memorable sports experiences and worked to co-found Indiana Primetime Sports, Inc. in 2007. As Chief Operating Officer, Brandon oversees sponsorships and events for Pacers Athletic Center and Finch Creek Fieldhouse, opening in 2018. Brandon is also entering his fifth season as Head Boys Basketball Coach at University High School in Carmel. Brandon enjoys traveling, golf, watching football, and spending time with his wife Dani, son Crew and daughter Lennox.
For any information related to basketball at Finch Creek, contact Brandon at firstname.lastname@example.org.