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MSC Vipers | Boys 2001/2002

Boys 2001/2002 MSC Vipers (U16 age group for Fall 2016/Spring 2017)

Head Coach

Friday Johnson
NSCAA National Diploma

Coach Friday Johnson has over 30 years of experience as a player and coach, and has been coaching in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area for more than 16 years.  A master clinician, Coach Johnson has spent most of his coaching career developing the area's top young talent.  Most recently, Coach Johnson led his MSC Falcons U-17 Boys, ranked #2 in the nation, to a 2015 Maryland State Cup Championship and place in the USYS Region I Championships this summer.  Among his many accolades, Coach Johnson was named the 1997 Washington Post All-Metropolitan Coach of the Year.

Team Administrator

Gloria Lee

League Affiliation
The MSC Vipers compete in the National Capitol Soccer League (NCSL).

About the Team
The MSC Vipers is a premier-level boys team from Rockville, Maryland.  The team trains 10-months a year in the North Bethesda, Rockville, and Gaithersburg areas.  A member of the National Capital Soccer League (NCSL), the Vipers play home league matches at the prestigious Maryland Soccerplex.  Away league matches are played throughout the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia.  In addition to competing in a premier league, the team also participates in two tournaments in both of the traditional seasons, fall and spring.  During the non-traditional winter season, the Vipers play futsal and/or compete in outdoor league play. 

Accolades

The MSC Vipers earned NCSL promotional honors in Fall 2013, and again in Spring 2014 after winning the division.  The Vipers recent tournament accomplishments include:
2014 PWSI Icebreaker Tournament Champions

2014 Bethesda Tournament Finalists
2014 Potomac Memorial Day Tournament Semifinalists

Tryouts
Interested players are welcome to attend training and meet the team and coaching staff.  Arrangements can be made by contacting Coach Friday Johnson directly at johnsonf.1@netzero.net.