The Glory program is for dedicated student-athletes and families who have a great passion and respect for the game, who aspire to play at the collegiate level, and who are fiercely competitive. And, for players and families who truly embrace our Purpose Driven Softball movement, who believe in being part of something bigger and creating a powerful environment where players thrive by giving each other their absolute best. This is NOT a “me first” individual-based culture. We provide the highest level TEAM experience; emphasize elite level fundamentals; maintain high academic standards; partner with established recruitment and academic advisors and provide online college networking services, and instill life skills and close-knit relationships that carry through life.
We are a 2nd Year 14U team. We are an 07 team getting ready for High School and beyond. We plan to play 14U and 16U tournaments in the Fall and will be off during High School Season and pick up for the Summer Championship Season in late May early June.
We are looking to add a Pitcher to round out our team. If you are interested in we are looking for a committed player ready to take the next step in Purpose Driven Softball!
October 4, 2020 - 14U Glory Red Haynie Wins Silver Bracket in Madison Small Memorial
14U Glory Red Haynie won the Silver Bracket after coming from behind in all 3 games on Bracket Sunday! Beating Loudoun Inferno 9-7, VA Stingrays 10-4, and winning the Championship game over the Tidewater Drillers 6-5 after being behind 5-0. It was truly a team effort! Way to go Girls! - Read Full Article
April 25, 2021 - 14U Glory Red Haynie Awarded Silver Bracket
VA Glory Red Haynie finished pool Play 1-1-1 and due to a Rain out was Awarded the Silver Bracket top award in the Crushers Smackdown - Read Full Article
July 20, 2021 - VA Glory Red Haynie Finishes 25th of 78 in the USSSA Eastern National Champhionship
After going 2-1 in pool play Va Glory Red Haynie qualified for the Gold Bracket in the double elimination tournament championship. They won their first game by jumping up big on the Lake Shore Lightning 15-2 before losing 2 in a row to finish 3-3 being the younger team in a very large competitive field from all over the Mid Atlantic area. - Read Full Article