May 1, 2020  –  The ISC will celebrate its 75th Anniversary in 2021. As part of our planning for our 75th Anniversary celebrations, we are polling to take votes on “Team of the Decade” for each of the decades running from the 1950s all the way up to and including the 2010s.

In April, we asked for votes on the Team of the Decade for the 1960s. For the month of May, we are asking fastball fans, players and officials to vote on the Team of the Decade for the 1970s. In future months, voting will be conducted for subsequent decades.

More info on the 1970s can be found at www.iscfastpitch.com on the Highlights page under the Archives tab.
 
To place your vote for Team of the Decade for the 1970s, click on the Polling Booth image on the right side of the ISC website home page.
 
Voting for Team of the Decade for the 1970s will be open throughout May. One vote is permitted per each unique IP address.
 
The ISC will announce the Teams of the Decades as part of the lead-up to the 75th Annual ISC World Tournament in Kitchener, ON in 2021.
 
For additional information, please contact:

Blair Setford
ISC VP Communications & Operations
blairjs@gmail.com

 
 

April 13, 2020 Findlay, OH — Following a solid debut in 2020, the ISC will look to build on the success of our Winter-Invitational in January 2021.

As with all sporting events in this current environment, we will  take our cues from health authorities. With that said, we are planning for the second edition of the ISC Winter-Invitational to be held January 28-30, 2021 in Kissimmee, Florida. A go or no-go date will be established later this year.
 
There will again be separate ISC and Legends divisions. Games will be played Thursday through Saturday with Sunday reserved for travel.

We do expect to have to cap entries at a certain point as there will be limits to the number of games that can be played.

For additional information on playing in the 2021 ISC Winter-Invitational, please contact:
 
Larry Fisher
ISC Executive Director
iscfastpitch@gmail.com

July 8, 2019 Findlay, OH – The International Softball Congress (ISC) is pleased to announce that the 2021 ISC World Tournament, its 75th Anniversary, will be played in Kitchener, Ontario.

“This is a milestone event for the ISC and Kitchener is one of the premier destinations on the fastball calendar with a great facility at Peter Hallman Ball Yard, a terrific and knowledgeable fan base and a strong group of volunteers,” said Larry Fisher, ISC Executive Director. “We believe that our 75th Anniversary will be an event to remember.”

Kitchener Fastpitch Promotions is very excited to be hosting the 75th anniversary of the International Softball Congress World Tournament in August of 2021. KFP has hosted this tournament 5 times previously.

2018 Committee Chair Bernie Burnett, will once again head a very experienced group of volunteers, to ensure the best experience for competitors and fans alike.

Jim Hallman announced as well, that the Kitchener Hallman Twins will once again be the host team, and will be gunning for an ISC World Tournament Championship on home soil, after coming close in previous tournaments.

The location will be at the Peter Hallman Ballyard in Kitchener, which is a favorite facility for many.

The ISC is planning a number of events in conjunction with its 75th Anniversary tournament which will be announced in the lead-up to the 2021 ISC World Tournament. Look for additional information to be added to the ISC web site at www.iscfastpitch.com.

The ISC World Tournament is the annual men’s fastball (fastpitch softball) world club team championship. Players from more than a dozen countries compete in the week-long event to crown the ISC World Tournament Champion. New York Gremlins, from Clifton Park, NY, are the defending champions and will look to win their second straight title in Denmark, WI in August 2019. Moline, IL will host the 74th Annual ISC World Tournament in August 2020, their 5th time as host.

For more information, please contact:

Larry Fisher
ISC Executive Director
iscfastpitch@gmail.com