Virginia Vipers Softball Club News

  • Sep
    7

    Fall Ball 2018!

    The Virginia Vipers Softball Club for Veterans welcome you to our Fall 2018 campaign. Thanks again for playing. This fall season promises to be exciting and full of great competition. Plus, it seems like we will have just as much rain as we did this past spring and summer. The Five Sided Vipers, aptly named… Read More

  • Aug
    24

    Five Sided Vipers and Vintage Vipers Add to the Viper Legacy

    The Virginia Vipers Softball Club for Veterans added to their Hall of Fame resume this year with two more division championships.  The open team (ages 18 and above) known as the Five Sided Vipers, aptly named as many of the players either serve or had served at the Pentagon, took their Tuesday Night Division 2 Division… Read More

  • Jul
    30

    Vipers Battle Military/Veteran Suicide Challenges

    This year, proudly, every Viper team will wear the number 22 on their jersey.  That 22 will have a yellow ribbon wrapped around the number and worn in honor of the 22 military/Veteran suicides occurring daily in this country.  The Vipers are a military 501C3 that work to bring attention to the issues facing our… Read More

  • Apr
    24

    Vipers Outline 2017 Competition

    The Virginia Vipers Softball Club for Veterans will have a full 2017 softball season. The open team, referred to as the Five Sided Vipers, made up of players 18 years old and up will complete in the spring, summer and fall season. The Long Fanged Vipers play in the Senior league and will play summer… Read More

  • Sep
    26
  • Aug
    26

    Vintage Vipers take 2016 D4 Seniors Tournament!

    We are Season Division and Tournament Champions

  • Apr
    21

    Coach of the Virginia Vipers Softball Club

    Posted by Northern Virginia Magazine Editorial / Thursday, April 14th, 2016 AS TOLD TO MEGHAN MEIER What was the origin of the Viper Softball Club? I got stationed at the Pentagon in 1997. I was a captain in the Army, and my troops could not afford to play the local league. So we were playing… Read More

  • Feb
    12

    Vipers Say Farewell to “E!”

    Eric Myers, long-time Viper and shortstop on many of the championship teams, is moving to South Carolina.  Number 33 said goodbye to his fellow teammates last week.  Eric and his family will be missed.  

  • Feb
    12

    Foxfire Grill Hosts Viper’s Fund Raiser

    The Virginia Vipers Softball Club for Veterans enjoyed a great night of fellowship and super food at Foxfire Grill on 6 February.

  • Feb
    12

    Vipers To Be Featured in NOVA Magazine

    The Virginia Vipers Softball Club for Veterans will be the focus of a short feature article in the April edition of the Northern Virginia Magazine.