Coach Reggie Brann
Reggie Brann is the head coach of the Rappahannock Community College softball team. He was very instrumental in the formation and organization of the RCC softball program in 2006.
A founder and coach of the Northern Neck Rage fastpitch softball organization, Brann has been involved in athletics at many levels his entire adult life since his playing days at Northumberland High School, where he participated in football, basketball, and baseball.
Brann was previously active for many years in Little League Baseball and Softball, having coached, umpired, and served on Board of Directors for the Richmond County Little League. He also coordinated two large fundraising events that brought the Oak Ridge Boys and Diamond Rio to Warsaw.
With his radio as a hobby, Brann has broadcast since 1983 on River Country 107.5 WNNT a weekly radio program and many high school sporting events. He has called the action in four state championships in football and baseball and two state semi-final softball contests.
Brann earned his B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Richmond, graduating with Magna Cum Laude honors. He has his own financial services practice, One Journey Financial LLC.
Brann is married to Sharon Harrow Brann and has two children, Matthew and Kathryn. A former two-year player, Kathryn was a catalyst in the softball program at RCC. She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene.
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