Ryan Theriot
Partner, Business Development



Entrepreneur, business leader and sports radio personality; Partner and head of Business Development with Traction Sports.  Traction Sport’s state-of-the-art athletic training facility and qualified team are nationally-recognized for its training of youth and professional athletes.  Ryan joins 104.5 ESPN Radio’s After Further Review host Matt Moscona for The Riot Radio Hour.  Ryan also serves as official spokesperson and liaison for The Success Institute’s youth leadership programs.  He is a 1998 graduate of Broadmoor High School and began his career as LSU’s starting second baseman in 1999.  Ryan scored LSU’s game-winning run in the 2000 College World Series, LSU’s fifth title in nine seasons under Coach Skip Bertman, and Ryan was voted team captain prior to the 2001 season.  Ryan made his MLB debut in 2005 with the Chicago Cubs and is a two-time World Series Champion (2011 and 2012).  Chicago Cubs (2005 – 2010), LA Dodgers (2010), St. Louis Cardinals (2011), and SF Giants (2012). Series.